For what it is worth to the Giants, Green Bay's quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, wore a disgusted look while walking to the sideline nearly as frequently as his counterpart on Sunday, Eli Manning.
It's the offense, for once, that is looking to maintain consistency.
Accordingly, Rodgers got off the a great start, and the Packers quickly built a 14-3 lead midway through the second quarter thanks to a strong running game and a pair of touchdown strikes to Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams. "That was a big play for us to pick up that third down and get the crowd back into it, get the sideline back into it, get the energy back and take a few more minutes off the clock". "We have to execute in the passing game as well as we're doing up front in the run game". He reverted back to his old ways, however, as he allowed Randall Cobb to get a first down, sealing the victory for the Packers.
The short-handed Green Bay defense had the daunting challenge of slowing the veteran Manning, the explosive Beckham and a powerful NY offense. "Definitely a hard-fought football game", Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said in the post-game press conference. Against two premier pass rushers who are getting paid a lot of money, we did a good job.
The drive: 16 plays, 75 yards, 8:42 time of possession. Yes, he could control his emotions better at times, but that passion is what makes him the player that he is. I didn't say anything, he didn't say anything.
Beckham raised both arms in celebration after watching the replay on the video board.
Tonight he was able to perform, leading the team with five receptions for 56 yards and the one touchdown.
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"It's good always when you get into a groove, it always makes it easier on the offense and the ability to get after them in the run game and also the pass game be sturdy and keep Aaron clean that's huge it fires us up, you saw it with the Rip play and you saw it with Aaron, Aaron's talking about it at the end of the game about how happy he was". Rodgers hit Randall Cobb for 9 on third and 6, Nelson for 7 on a third-and-4 play and then 17 to Cobb.
That could have been enough with the Packers defense holding NY to just 219 yards in the game. The cornerback had two first half interceptions, part of a night where he also added a tackle as the Packers simply stopped throwing towards him. Kenny Clark recovered for the Packers with 1:15 left at the Giants' 31.
Rodgers lofted a lovely ball to Davante Adams in the second quarter, beating Michael Hunter on a 29 yard touchdown to put the Packers up 14-3. So, too, did Giants safety Janoris Jenkins, who intercepted the pass, preventing the Packers from taking a 14-0 lead.
Jenkins, Big Blue's shutdown corner signed away from the Rams in free agency this past summer, actually left Sunday's game briefly with 2:25 remaining in the first half. The team is failing due to the ineffective play of quarterback Eli Manning. The rookie missed New York's 24-10 loss last week at Minnesota because of a hamstring injury, and had been listed as questionable for the Packers game. Dwayne Harris was taken to the locker room two separate times in the second half, for X-rays on his jaw and toe.
The Giants will return home this weekend to play the Baltimore Ravens (3-2). The Packers faced the Jaguars without Chris Ivory, the Vikings without Adrian Peterson for the second half, and the Lions without Ameer Abdullah.
Some of the offensive flexibility was compromised when Lacy hurt his left ankle in the third quarter.
Eddie Lacy rushed for 81 yards on 11 carries.