2016 Week 5: Giants at Packers
The Packers did not line up in a 3-man front once on Sunday night, and they were still able to hold the Giants under 50 yards rushing.
The Packers looked alternately competent and sloppy on offense, but the short-handed defense stepped up big in tonight’s win.
The Packers’ top rusher tweaked his ankle in the third quarter.
After 30 minutes of play, the Packers hold a 17-6 lead over the Giants.
Green Bay’s lead is up to eleven points after a great touchdown catch by their third-year wideout.
Green Bay is on the board early with a long opening drive that ends in the end zone.
This week’s questions involve Cobb and the players returning to the Patriots’ roster.
Both the Packers and Giants will have beaten-up secondaries this week, though Green Bay’s issues are a little less significant than New York’s.
Here’s how to tune in for this week’s prime time matchup, which will be happening opposite a presidential debate.
APC likes the Packers this week in a home game against the 2-2 Giants.
Will the Packers be able to contain this talented but volatile receiver?
Green Bay’s defense is indeed getting healthier after the bye, with most of the key players practicing today but one young player missing some reps.