Another road game, another good win for the New Orleans Saints.
Drew Brees has been intercepted twice in Packers territory on deep balls in the first quarter.
"We felt like it was going to be a tough footing game", head coach Sean Payton said.
Packers kicker Mason Crosby responded with a 46-yard field goal to take the lead back.
Brees finished 27 of 38 for 331 yards, while Ingram ran for 105 yards on 22 carries.
Coach Mike McCarthy said this week that Rodgers' season could potentially be over. The second half was all New Orleans, though. Drew Brees threw two interceptions - and the Saints weren't even out of the first quarter yet at Lambeau Field. "But we're striving to be that type of team", said Brees, who admitted his interceptions were just plain bad throws.
Hundley was starting in place of the injured Aaron Rodgers, who is likely out for the season with a broken collarbone suffered in last week's 23-10 loss to the Vikings. By the time you could blink, running back Aaron Jones already had them on the board and Brett Hundley followed up with a rushing touchdown of his own in the second quarter. Next up, Green Bay catches a break as they'll have a bye week in Week 8. Ginn ran upfield, juked away from cornerback Davon House and finished the play with a 47-yard gain. Kamara was more involved in the passing/screen game, catching five passes on seven looks. "He made some big, big plays with his feet, and we'll grow from that". With his touchdown pass to Brandon Coleman, Brees became only the fourth player in history with 500-plus touchdown passes, including the playoffs. He joined Peyton Manning, Brett Favre and Tom Brady in that group.
Following another Lutz field goal, Brees would later dive in from a yard out to extend the New Orleans lead. But the Packers' playmakers in the passing game were limited with Hundley running the offense. The receivers picked up just 87 yards total with Martellus Bennett's 17 leading the way on two catches. Jones had three catches for 7 yards. "We still have a lot of work ahead of us and very easily could've lost a game like this with some of the mistakes". That gave the Saints the 26-17 win when the game was completed.
He came back to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Ice Bowl team, the first and only three-peat in modern National Football League history. That squad that won the "Ice Bowl" against the Dallas Cowboys before taking the title against the Oakland Raiders.
Starr's health has been a major challenge with numerous strokes and a heart attack in recent years.