The Green Bay Packers weren't able to end their recent slide against the New York Giants on Sunday. While the game was close for most of the afternoon, the Packers ultimately fell by a score of 27-13 in New York.
It wasn't a great game from either the offense or defense this week. While the defense did finally get a turnover via an interception from Tramon Williams, quarterback Scott Tolzien threw three picks of his own to negate the good play from Williams. The defense also gave up a whopping 334 yards of total offense.
Overall, the Packers struggled to make enough plays on either side of the ball this week.
Here are some other takeaways from Green Bay's 27-13 loss to New York.
*All stats via NFL.com.