Richard Rodgers drilled CB Janoris Jenkins.
Jenkins was down, but is now walking off the field.
Yes. If he had any kind of speed, he'd be really hard to handle. He's way, way better off the line than Randall Cobb is. It's something to watch. But he just can't run away from anyone.
Giants are keeping both safeties back. Packers need to take advantage of that with Lacy.
Rodgers is in a rhythm now.
The no huddle seems to be wearing the Giants down. They're not able to substitute.
That would have been a TD. Rodgers has to get that in Starks' hands.
Rodgers to Cobb down the seam, but we've got flags everywhere.
Packers weren't set when the ball was snapped. Rodgers tried to get the Giants with 12 on the field.
Back to third and 6 at the 21.
Even Rodgers' best receiver has bad hands moments. Nelson should have had that.
After the interception, unnecessary roughness on Vernon after the interception.
And that was Jenkins with the interception. He came back from the injury and plucks that one right off Nelson's hands.
I did not see it on the replay.
I agree with Starks, disagree with Nelson.
Nice job of Manning standing in the pocket to throw that, but there's going to be a holding penalty that will call that completion back.
Matthews drew that holding on Erick Flowers.
The Giants are having trouble doing down the field.
That was a really nice pass by Manning. Matthews was bearing down on him and he threw it right into Beckham's hands.
Capers is going to have to start dropping one of those rushers out and try to get Manning to hurry the throw.
Cruz and Shepard are both good receivers, but Beckham is way better.