Saints Vs. Packers: Greg Jennings Scores First Touchdown Of 2011 Season

After an early sack, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers marched down the field on the first drive of the 2011 season, resulting in the first touchdown on the 2011 season, courtesy of the Rodgers to Greg Jennings connection.

Jennings caught a quick pass on the left side from Rodgers, turning around in front of the Saints' defensive back for a 7-yard touchdown. In other words, he put da team on his back, doe.

More impressive was the way Rodgers brought the team down the field. He was 5-5 on the drive including a beautiful middle-deep ball to Jordy Nelson, and a clutch third down conversion to Donald Driver after being sacked by Jonathan Casillas

For fantasy owners of the Saints D or Saints offensive players, it hasn't been the greatest of first quarters. On the second play from scrimmage for the Saints offense, Marques Colston coughed the ball up and the Packers recovered. Negative two points for you, sirs.

For continued updates on the NFL's opening night, keep it here on this storystream. For GameThreads and fan perspective, visit SB Nation's Saints blog, Canal Street Chronicles, and our Packers' blog, Acme Packing Company.

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