Packers 52 – Saints 3 (2005)
It seems obvious but losing the ball isn’t a good way to win games. The Saints discovered this the hard way when they made the trip to Lambeau Field in 2005. Nobody saw this dominant victory coming because the Packers lost their first four games of the season (via 247 Sports).
But New Orleans beat themselves with five turnovers. Al Harris intercepted the ball twice and Green Bay returned it for touchdowns. Meanwhile, Brett Favre threw three touchdown passes with no interceptions or sacks. The Packers had a clutch of injuries but it didn’t matter on the day.