Giants vs. Packers Divisional Playoff: Empty Possession Could Prove Costly to Giants
The Giants had the game's first scoreless possession when Green Bay's Brad Jones blocked a 40-yard field goal attempt by Lawrence Tynes.
That came after the Giants thwarted an attempted surprise onside kick by the Packers following John Kuhn's game-tying touchdown, setting New York up on a short field.
The first four possessions of the game ended with scores and it is becoming apparent that neither defense can do much to stop the opposing offense, so an empty possession could be critical later on.
The pressure is now squarely on the Giant defense to keep Green Bay off the scoreboard on this ensuing possession.
This is the second gaffe by the Giants special teams today; Tynes earlier booted a kickoff out-of-bounds after Hakeem Nicks' touchdown, setting Green Bay up at its own 40-yard line for a drive that eventually ended with a touchdown.
Most recent updates:
What is the duplicate article?
Why is this article offensive?
Where is this article plagiarized from?
Why is this article poorly edited?