Packers Pounded In Primetime

Eli Manning tossed two first half touchdown passes as the New York Giants (7-4) built a 31-10 lead on their way to a 38-10 win over the Green Bay Packers (7-4) Sunday night at Met Life Stadium.  The loss snaps the Packers five game winning streak and drops them a game behind the Chicago Bears (8-3) in the NFL’s NFC North Division.  It was a disappointing loss for head coach Mike McCarthy and the Packers…

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After struggling for two straight games, Manning returned to form against the Packers.  The Giants signal caller completed 16 of 30 passes for 249 yards and three touchdowns.  The Giants had 390 total yards and did not turn the ball over.  Packers linebacker Brad Jones on what went wrong…

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Aaron Rodgers (14-25, 219 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception) was pressured all night as the Packers quarterback was sacked five times and hit seven times by the Giants defense…

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The Packers will be back at Lambeau Field Sunday when they host the Minnesota Vikings.  Kickoff is at Noon.

Notes:
The Packers are now 31-25-2 all-time versus the Giants.

The Packers three game road winning streak came to an end Sunday night.

BOX SCORE

In the NFC North:
Houston beat Detroit (4-7), 34-31 (OT) (Thursday)
Chicago beat Minnesota (6-5), 28-10

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