NFL Radio Highlights and Recap: Packers 38 – Giants 35

12/04/2011

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (12/4/11) – The New York Giants rallied to tie the Green Bay Packers late, but Aaron Rodgers drove the Packers down the field to set up Mason Crosby’s 31-yard field goal to give Green Bay a 38-35 victory on Sunday afternoon.

Rodgers threw for 369 yards and four touchdowns for the Packers (12-0). Eli Manning did his best to match him, racking up 347 yards and three touchdowns of his own for the Giants (6-6).

Kevin Kugler and Mark Malone called the action on Westwood One Sports.

(Eli Manning’s 67-yd TD to Travis Beckum gives the Giants an early 7-0 edge)

(Aaron Rodgers to Jermichael Finley ties the game 7-7)

(Clay Matthews picks off Manning to give the Packers a 14-10 lead)

(Brandon Jacobs’ 1-yd TD run puts the Giants back up 17-14)

(Rodgers hits Donald Driver just before halftime to put Green Bay up 21-17)

(Rodgers to Greg Jennings makes it 28-17)

(Manning’s 4-yd pass to Hakeem Nicks cuts it to 28-24)

(Rodgers connects with Driver again for a 35-27 lead)

(Manning’s 2nd TD pass to Hakeem Nicks gets the Giants to within two)

(New York ties it with a two-point conversion run by D.J. Ware)

(Mason Crosby’s 31-yd FG wins the game)

(Postgame recap from Westwood One’s Kevin Kugler and Mark Malone)

 

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