Will The Saints End The Packers’ Unbeaten Season And Head To The Super Bowl?
The 1972 Miami Dolphins are the last NFL team to go undefeated through the entire season, which includes both the regular and post-seasons.
The Dolphins went 14-0 that year, then won three games in the post-season to win Super Bowl VII.
In 2007, the New England Patriots completed a 16-0 regular season, then won two post-season games, before losing to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII.
This year, the Green Bay Packers are 12-0, and many feel could have the makings of the NFL’s first 19-0 team.
The New Orleans Saints have won four consecutive games, to move to 9-3 on the year, and may be playing their best football of the year.
The two teams met in opening week, when the Packers defeated the Saints, 42-34. But it’s more than possible that they could meet again, in the post-season.
Of course, if they do, the Saints, who are only 3-3 on the road this year, would have to beat the Packers at Lambeau Field.
Will, the Saints, or any other team, stop the Packers from making history this year?
Jason Muckley, of bleacherreport.com, thinks the Saints may be the team to stop the streak.