By BOB McGINN
Fifteen days earlier, the New Orleans Saints rolled into Lambeau Field and killed the final 4 minutes, 20 seconds of their 26-17 victory.
That was cause to question if the Green Bay Packers’ defense had lost its pride. When heart and effort slip, there’s not much left.
They ought to fumigate poor Lambeau Field after what the Detroit Lions did to the defense Monday night. Blitzing just to blitz, or so it seemed, the Packers couldn’t even force the Lions, who were averaging five punts a game, to punt at all.
Detroit hasn’t had that luxury in 46 years.
After a painstaking but i...
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