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Packers make opponents pay on free plays

6:37 PM, Oct. 27, 2012
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb, left, celebrates his 39-yard touchdown reception against the St. Louis Rams with receiver Jordy Nelson last Sunday in St Louis. Cobb's touchdown and Nelson's 52-yard reception earlier in the game were both on free plays.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb, left, celebrates his 39-yard touchdown reception against the St. Louis Rams with receiver Jordy Nelson last Sunday in St Louis. Cobb's touchdown and Nelson's 52-yard reception earlier in the game were both on free plays.
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Jeff Saturday was in the middle of a protection call, pointing out linebacker James Laurinaitis as a possible blizter to his left, when quarterback Aaron Rodgers drew defensive end Chris Long offside.

It was the final play of the third quarter of Sunday's game at St. Louis, and instinctively everyone on the Green Bay Packers' side of the ball jumped out of their stance and went into free-play mode.

Except Saturday, who forgot to snap the ball. ...

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