The Giants have had almost no pass rush to speak of. The Packers have at least pressured Eli on occasion. That and the stiff run defense have prevented the Giants from settling into a rhythm. I agree.
Some guy named Masthay needs a job.
I mostly agree with this. The front seven, if you want to get specific.
I don't think so. Perry was a mediocre player for the first four years of his career. That's why it was uncertain whether the Packers were going to re-sign him. So the "mean" from his first four seasons is well below what he showed at the start of this season.
Perillo has played a few snaps but hasn't been a target in the passing game. A. Rodgers raved about Perillo during the week. He likes Perillo's work habits.
It was pointed out that Lacy did not return after that tackled in which he flipped and landed on his back/head. Might have something to do with it. No official word.
Aaron Rodgers is not the coach of the Packers.
Not sure what happened there, but it was an ugly drive for sure. Poor pass, low pass (with pressure), tipped pass, punt. Not good.
Lack of speed last year, too. Cobb is quicker than fast. Janis is fast. Montgomery is quicker than fast. Nelson is just a good route runner. Adams is slow.
Lacy has 9 carries for 77 yards.
A valid question. Schum hasn't been great tonight.
Forgot to mention Trevor Davis. He definitely falls into the fast category.
OK, I'm back. Crosby will kick it.
Touchback. Giants take over at the 25. Oh wait, flag on the play.
We were right around 2,000, but with bathroom breaks we're down to 1,578.
Offsides on Brice. Packers will kick again.
Not been a good day on special teams. They're first bad game this year.
Chris Banjo was down. He's walking off slowly.
There's a Nick Perry sighting.
Giants are going to throw it a lot this half. No huddle, throw, throw, throw.
It's useless for them to run, but I guess they're going to try it anyway.
He's raw and needs seasoning, but his ball skills are solid.
There's a good example of Perry and Matthews combining on a sack. Perry forces Manning to step up and Matthews is there to finish him off.