After two straight losses, the Giants responded with one of the most dominant victories of the 2012 season.
After the Giants made the score 14-7 they never looked back, really taking it to Green Bay on both sides of the ball.
Their offense dominated the Green Bay defense, as they accumulated 390 yards of total offense.
The defense really gave the Packers' offense a fit, sacking Aaron Rodgers five times, causing one fumble with a recovery and one interception.
Special teams wasn't a huge factor in the game; although Mason Crosby did miss a 55-yard field goal in the first quarter that would have put the Packers ahead 10-7.
Why Mike McCarthy would have attempted such a long field goal in a very cold building is beyond me, but he took the gamble and lost.
But the bottom line from this game is that the Giants looked like the team that came into the season as the World Champions.
And if they play like this on a consistent basis, I don't think there is a team in the NFL that can beat them.
We all know the Giants have the offense to put up tremendous numbers. But if they get the pass rush going and can limit a high-octane offense like Green Bay to just 10 points, that's really impressive.
And that makes the Giants a deadly force to be reckoned with going forward.
Look out NFC. A sleeping Giants team might just have woken up and remembered exactly who they are: the defending champions of the entire sport.