That was almost the exact same place where Hakeem Nicks caught the Hail Mary on Charlie Peprah and Charles Woodson at halftime in '11.
Rodgers is 11 of 22 for 155 yards and two touchdowns, 103.4 rating. Manning is 13 of 21 for 170 yards, 87.4 rating.
OK, here comes Michael Cohen.
I wonder if it's because all the refs wind up looking at the ball whether they want to or not. Kind of hard to ignore it in that situation, whereas on a normal play it's easy to focus on your actual assignment. Just a guess
I agree. A touchdown would really hurt the Giants' chances.
Wouldn't be a bad idea if Montgomery can continue picking up yards. But the Giants' run defense is really good, so that would be an interesting battle.
Just that he has a rib injury. We don't know anything else yet.
Agreed. Giants have to be fuming. They dominated that game for 25 minutes and then collapsed in the final five. Not a happy locker room.
They practice deep lobbed throws quite often. Rodgers is particularly good at judging the arc. That's what sets his attempts apart, in my opinion.
He is questionable to return.
There's a decent number of Giants fans, but it's not overwhelming. Maybe a bit more than I expected.
Not sure. Helmet to ribs sounds awfully painful though. Yikes.
It did at the last minute
There you go. We can't hear the broadcast.
Yes he's been out there. The Packers used a few 2-TE sets with Rodgers and Cook.
It was bad enough to add him to the injury report at the last minute. That suggests it wasn't just a knock or something really small.