Giants vs. Packers Divisional Playoffs: Lots of Holes in Giant Pass Coverage
The Giants caught a huge break on Green Bay's first possession, holding the Packers to a game-tying field goal by Mason Crosby after Aaron Rodgers overthrew a wide-open Greg Jennings on third-and-8.
Combined with a first-down drop by tight end Jermichael Finley, the Packers were guilty of self-inflicted wounds late in that drive.
The Giants wanted to get to Rodgers, but the Packer pass protection was solid. If Green Bay can successfully put the pressure on the Giants pass coverage, the Packers should have a significant advantage.
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