Packers QB Aaron Rodgers completed 28 passes for 418 yards against the Saints, but his leading receiver, Jordy Nelson, had just three catches for 25 yards.

New Orleans was paying a lot of attention to Nelson with its secondary, and that focus opened up opportunities for other Packers players on offense.

In this week's edition of "What You Might've Missed,"'s Mike Spofford breaks down some of those coverage looks against Nelson and how Rodgers and the Packers responded.

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