New York Giants Suffer Stunning Loss To Packers, Only a Glimmer of Hope Remains

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Even after last week's collapse, we, the fans, thought the Giants would dig deep and find it in them to rebound against the Packers, like they did in 2007. 
Sadly, we couldn't have been more wrong. 
Now, the downtrodden G-Men head to Washington, where they haven't lost since 2005. Despite their recent success in D.C., it's hard for anyone close to the Giant organization to envision an easy victory, or even a win for that matter, after they put on such a poor performance in Green Bay. 
While Aaron Rodgers' star shone bright Sunday, as he passed for 400 yards and four TDs, dismantling a once-vaunted defense with a great mix of short throws and timely plays, the Giants showed almost nothing positive on the either side of the ball, except an uncharacteristic lack of heart. 
Though it's hard to blame Tom Coughlin in this one, despite a crucial use of his last challenge on a very obvious call on the Jacobs' fumble, he will undoubtedly be the scapegoat ...

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