I agree with what most have said, both losses were bad. No way to dress them up. I wasn't surprised with our outcome against GB. We never dominated anyone for 4 qtrs the entire season, we just couldn't get all three phases of the game to click in one game. After Rogers had his concussion during the last qtr of the season, he seemed to play at a different level and the rest of the Packers rallied behind him. The Saints, followed their MO for the 2010 season, which was play down to their competition. So, I wasn't completely shocked by the Sea Hawks win, but I was shocked by Hasselbeck's play, I didn't know he still had it in him. As a fan of football, I think of memorable plays, I can't think of one specific play from the Falcons GB game. From attending the game, I remember getting bombed by TDs from Rogers and their punter not punting. Saints game, the Lynch run was one of the best runs I've seen in the playoffs, I think it has to be in the top 5 of all time maybe even top 2. From a historically playoff loss point of view, it depends on when you became a fan. The GB loss doesn't compare to the 1981 playoff loss against Dallas and Mr. Danny White..I still can't get over that game. For the Saints, IMO it would be the playoff loss against us in 1991.