The New Orleans Saints had a night for the ages, re-writing the records books during a lopsided and very dominate 62-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts.
They had only four, a tremendously low count for a team that finished the 2009 season with 39. Against the Colts, that all changed. And in part due to the turnover party, the Saints escaped with a 62-7 win.
The current Packers are the first team to start a season 7-0 since 1962, when the Packers won their second of five NFL championships under Vince Lombardi. But are they a true favorite to repeat as Super Bowl champions, considering their penchant to give up lots of yards, and their lack of yards-per-game productivity in the running game?
Well we could have seen this coming: Just two years after winning the Superbowl with the New Orleans Saints, running back Reggie Bush tore up his new team, the Miami Dolphins. After blowing a late lead to lose 18-15 to the Broncos on Sunday, Bush question the drive and talent of the people around him.
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