Today’s New York Giants vs. Green Bay Packers game had a lot of hype but started out slow. It wasn’t until Aaron Rodgers got started that things got really good.
The Packers lost Jordy Nelson due to a rib injury, but other players stepped up for the squad.
After a few field goals, Rodgers got Green Bay on the board in the 2-minute drill, when he found DeVante Adams in tight coverage from five yards out. As good as the pass was, it was incredible how Aaron evaded the defense and danced around with enough flare to get the pass off.
The right before the half, he pulled off a miracle.
At this point, when Rodgers throws a hail mary, chances are he’s getting it. From 42-yards out, Aaron threw the long pass to end the half and Randall Cobb came up with the catch. No Giants defender was there to bat the ball away. Cobb managed to get both feet in bounds in the back of the endzone and safely caught it. It was incredible.
Rodgers is still out here slinging TD’s too. He just threw a pass to Cobb to take the 21-13 lead.
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The Packers couldn’t be stopped to end the game, with Cobb and Aaron Ripkowski scoring touchdowns in the fourth quarter. The Giants only scored a field goal in the whole second half.
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FINAL: GB 38 | NYG 13