Not very pretty. Hard to imagine they're up by 11. But statistically, they're crushing the Giants.
Two interceptions and three drops have been crucial.
OK, Michael Cohen is going to take some questions.
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.
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.
Lacy is back in the game in case you were thinking he was injured.
He should be well-rested for the second half.
Seems like it, but I'm indoors, so it's hard to tell.
McCarthy opens up the half with two tight ends.
Banjo has a hamstring and is questionable.
I think they came in with like 2.
Starks is still the running back. Lacy is limping around without his shoe on.
Packers have 150 yards rushing.
You really have to give it to the O-line tonight. The protection couldn't be much better. The Giants haven't blitzed much at all, but they've got two really good rushers in JPP and Vernon.
Their lack of inside rush is their weakness. They've generated nothing up the middle.
Crosby will try from 25 yards.
13 plays, 73 yards, 6:22.
I think I'd kick away if I were the Giants, especially with the problems the Packers have with punting.
If you're going to lose 3 yards on first down, you're definitely going to need to throw it.
Giants have one timeout left. Rodgers is going to have to go play-action here. This is a pass-pass situation.
And Starks fumbles it, let's see who got it.
Packers say they have it. It appears they do.