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A loss like this is hard to blame on just one person or one unit, but the secondary for the Green Bay Packers was just awful against the New York Giants.
This group has been bad all year long, and they continued their poor play in the most important game of the year. Eli Manning finished the game with 330 yards and three touchdowns. He also completed 63.6 percent of his passes.
There were blown assignments, and it seemed like every third down the defense forced, the secondary would completely forget to cover their man, which would result in an easy first down for New York.
It's crazy to think that a group including Charles Woodson, Tramon Williams and Sam Shields could really be this bad, but it's definitely the case for Green Bay.