Giants vs. Packers Divisional Playoff: Desperation Time for Pack
After the Packers opted to go for it on fourth-and-five inside Giants territory early in the fourth quarter, the Giants got a key stop when Michael Boley sacked Aaron Rodgers for the second time in the game.
On their ensuing possession, New York was finally able to put a drive together in the second half after being held to two consecutive three-and-outs.
The Giants moved the ball inside the Packer 20-yard line before Eli Manning was sacked on third down and Lawrence Tynes banged in a 35-yard field goal to make it a two-score game at 23-13 with less than eight minutes to play.
On the Packers next possession, Ryan Grant fumbled the ball away and Chase Blackburn returned it for the Giants to the Green Bay 4-yard line.
Eli Manning quickly made it a three-score game, hitting Mario Manningham with a four-yard touchdown pass to give the GIants a 30-13 lead.
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