The Green Bay Packers continue to pour salt in the wounds of the G-men, and after what they did to the Packers in 2007, I'll take every win we get on them.
The Packers remain undefeated in the regular season, and though the window was real tight, a win is a win the NFL.
Sure, for some it's frustrating to see your favorite team play the way it does especially when it seems like the game is on the line more because the team isn't focused than the fact they're not that talented, including myself.
With the Giants out of the way, Green Bay can now look to the rest of the season with a very real possibility of going undefeated. But first, here are five things we saw in Sunday's game.
Even on a bad day, Rodgers has a good day. Rodgers hit a season-low 60 percent of his passes, threw an interception and seemed a little out of touch on a few plays.
That being said, Rodgers also had his receivers dropping passes left and right, and had those been completed, his completion percentage should have easily gone somewhere above 65 percent.
Rodgers also may have had the biggest drive of his career in the regular season. With only 58 seconds left on the clock, Rodgers has to get his team into field goal position to win the game, otherwise overtime would follow.
Rodgers made three consecutive passes for a total of 63 yards like it was nobody's business and played just as cool as any other clutch quarterback in the game (I'm talkin to YOU, Skip Bayless).
Rodgers threw for four touchdowns to just one interception, and now has 37 touchdowns passes on the year, and for what it's worth, he had 32 yards rushing as well. With a little luck, he can still break Brady's record of 50 in the regular season.
Donald Driver seems to found the... "little" fountain of youth. Driver had four catches for 34 yards and two touchdowns on the day. Though he doesn't move like he used to, Driver has shown some flashes in recent weeks that he's still a big part of this offense.
Two weeks ago against Tampa Bay, Driver had another four catches for 74 yards.
Last season, punter Tim Masthay had a huge late-season surge and seems to be coming into groove like he did last year.
I don't have the direct numbers for the game, however, Masthay punted the ball five times on the day for an average of 44.2 yards, including several behind the 20.
Masthay should be considered one of the top five punters in the NFL.
When the Packers gave up 800 passing yards in their first two games, most were quick to say that it was only a fluke and that with time it will only get better.
Twelve games into the season, and only a handful games have been played that they can be proud of.
Mike Neal is back but has yet to provide that "boost" to the defensive line, but more importantly, we continue to witness the defense give up gargantuan big plays throughout the game.
At this point, it's time to consider the possibility that this defense simply will not turn around. Though they continue to get turnovers which are always good, I would trade that for turnover on downs in a heartbeat with the way they're playing.
Someone who was overlooked by the fans was a little-known player by the name of Brandon Saine. With Starks out of the game, Saine quickly got more carries and made the most of them.
Saine had six carries for 16 yards and four receptions for 29 yards. In my opinion, he's a more explosive version of John Kuhn.
Saine had some highlights in the preseason, and with Alex Green on injured reserve, Saine has made the most of his opportunity.