NFL Playoff Picture: Green Bay Packers Make Short Work of Turnover Prone Giants

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times—or so the saying goes for the New York Giants.
In a game that was entitled "Win and you're in", the Green Bay Packers stepped into the cold confines of Lambeau Field with two weeks remaining in the regular season, expressing the winter breath of a team whose playoff chances hung in the balance against one of the NFC''s elite forces.
Unfortunately for the Giants, however, that elite status has been dwindled down to a laughing stock following a turnover prone night in Green Bay.
If Aaron Rodgers was missed last week whilst Matt Flynn took over in No.12's absence, a new helmet certainly did the trick for the Packers, who saw their opening drive end in typical fashion following an abundance of incomplete passes and stop/start run plays.
That isn't to say that the New York Giants averaged any better, mind you.
Stalling quickly on the 50 yard line after a Eli Manning to Mario Manningham completion, New York so...

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