Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants: Live Score, Video and Analysis
38-35 Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers just proved why he is the greatest player in the game right now. There's that clutch gene. The Packers improve to 12-0, while the Giants fall to 6-6.
While the Packers take another step towards home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, the Giants are still alive as the Cowboys lost to the Cardinals.
Crosby wins it. 12-0
Rodgers to Finley for 24, Nelson for 27, Saine for -1 and Jennings for 18. Packers with a chance to win with a 29-yard attempt.
Rodgers has his moment to prove all those who say he doesn't have a clutch drive on his MVP resume wrong.
Manning leads the Giants down the field for the tying touchdown and 2-point conversion.
Giants inside the 5-yard line.
Not surprising, but Quarless is being carted off the field. His injury looked real bad and will most likely end this season.
Jarrett Bush falls down and Cruz is down inside the 17- yard line.
Giants won't go away as a couple big plays have them inside the Packers' 40-yard line with just under three minutes remaining.
Looked like a nasty ankle injury to Quarless.
Andrew Quarless was shaken up on the kickoff.
Hearing that Kenny Phillips injury is likely an MCL sprain.
The Cardinals just did the Giants a huge favor by knocking off the Cowboys in Arizona.
Ruling stand. Touchdown Packers.
Touchdown Donald Driver. He catches an absolute rocket from Rodgers who had all types of time. Incredible job to get both his feet down in the front corner of the end zone.
Chris Canty is down on the field over the Giants. Packers facing 2nd-and-goal from the 7-yard line when play resumes. The Packers need to come away with a touchdown here.
Nelson shows that the Packers receivers can do more than drop passes. That was spectacular.
Giants go three-and-out and the Packers will get the ball back with just over 7 minutes left in the game.
Manning goes to work on Shields with Woodson out of the game.
Ball slips out as Rodgers tries to throw. Finely is absolutely mugged, but the refs stay silent. The Packers punt. The Giants now have their opportunity.
Mocking the belt. Let's see how that works out. It hasn't in the past.
Jason Pierre-Paul is getting worked on down on the field. That would be a big loss as he is playing extremely well.
If Finley wasn't suffering from the dropsies, he would be having one hell of a game. Sad to watch.
Absolutely devastating penalty on the Giants. Instead of getting the ball back with tons of momentum, the Giants give up an automatic first down. Not a great call, but Packers fans will take it.
Giants come up with a huge sack on third and long, but a flag is down.
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