Packers Video: Game-Winning Goal Line Stand vs. Saints All Green Bay Packers All the Time

Incredibly, it all came down to this. The Saints on the goal line, Zero seconds on the clock, thanks to that horrible pass interference call on AJ Hawk in the end zone. They have one play to score and then try for a two-point conversion to send the game into overtime. The Saints try to pound it in, and the Packers stop Mark Ingram cold.

One interesting note: While much credit has to go to Jarius Wynn, Ryan Pickett, Howard Green and especially B.J. Raji for getting a positive push and creating a wall of bodies, who do you think made the big hit that actually stops Ingram’s forward progress? It’s Morgan Burnett. You can see it best in the replay at about the 50 second mark of the video. Enjoy:



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9 thoughts on “Packers Video: Game-Winning Goal Line Stand vs. Saints

  1. I went from being livid at the out of position official that called the imaginary contact on Hawk to thrilled that they overcame.

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  2. Horrible play call by Sean Peyton on the last play. Brees is absolutely shredding the Packers andhe calls a run up the middle against a stacked defensive front?

    Peyton must’ve realized that the PI call on Hawk was BS and didn’t want to accept a tainted victory.

  3. Adam, how much did you have down on NO? Thanks for the clip Al. I love the short yardage D. It’ll take Joshua to bring this wall down.

    Comment on the Oline. After the first quarter I noticed that there were hardly any plays where the line was bowed in. They were beating the NO defense at the line. A good thing, a very good thing.

    1. I wonder how much TJ’s play allows Wells to be more aggressive…dramatically improving the line play.

  4. I was confused when on the CHTV live blog, everyone was crediting Clay Matthews for the actual hit/tackle that stopped Ingram. Yes, Clay Matthews makes initial contact, but it was clear that Morgan Burnett is the tackler that actually stops Ingram’s forward progress and wraps him up.

    I mentioned it was Burnett just after the play, and people kept on talking about Matthews. I guess everyone just wants Clay to always be the hero.

    1. It’s the conditioning of the sportscasters Oppy. Last year during the Super Bowl it was Mathew’s with the fumble when initial contact showed it was Pickett. Sportscasters love the big names and it trickles down to us spectators. I did appreciate Collingsworth giving Picket some love on that last stop.
      Thought the whole D came through when it mattered.

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