At Spurs Stadium on Sunday, the Green Bay Packers lost a very terrible game against the Giants, 27-22, after playing well in the first halves. They were unable to score effectively in the second quarter and allowed a lead to slip away. The Green bay Packers dropped to three to two only with defeat. To four to one, the Giants made progress.
Aaron Rodgers’ two touchdown throws to WR Lazard and TE Marcedes Lewis gave Green Bay Packers a 17-3 lead in the 2nd period. The Packers went up 20-10 at the halftime when Crosby converted from 48 feet out during the final possession of the half.
The Green Bay Packers’ final chance to win ended on the inside of the New York 10-yard mark as the Giants strung together patient field goals in the later part to tally 17 consecutive touchdowns for a 27-20 advantage. With little over a minute left, Rodgers faced fourth from the 7, but two passes were swatted away there at scrimmage line forcing him to convert the ball across on downs.
Green Bay Packers Fall Short To Giants In The Spurs Stadium In London:
The Green Bay Packers were unable to execute the Hail Mary following the diving header because Rodgers’ elbow was struck when he was attempting to hurl it. The Giants ran quite so much time as they could before pulling a safety from out punt shape.
Rodgers completed 25 out of 39 passes for 222 yards, two touchdowns, and a 96.3 score. Lazard added four receptions for 35 and a score to Randall Cobb’s 7 receptions for 99 yards from the wide receiver. Dillon got 6 rushes for thirty-four yards while RB Jones had Thirteen rushes for sixty-three yards.
QB Jones for the Giants completed twenty-one of 27 passes for two-seventeen yards, no touchdowns, no interceptions, and a 100.2 completion percentage. He had RB, too. Saquon Barkley scored the game-winning score in the final quarter after Thirteen carries for seventy yards. For a total of thirty-six yards, he tallied three receptions. Darius Slayton led the Giants in receiving with 6 catches for seventy-nine yards.