Eli Manning's Record-Setting Night Propels Giants To 38-10 Rout Over Packers

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  1. SRW

    SRW Ex-World's Worst Site Admin Staff Member

    After heading into the bye with two losses and a division race that had suddenly materialized after weeks out in front by themselves, the Giants made an emphatic statement that all they needed was a chance to recharge their batteries. They thrashed the Packers 38-10 at the Meadowlands on Sunday night to improve to 7-4 and take a two-game lead in the NFC East into next week's game with the Redskins.

    The evening started out on a good note when Eli Manning hit Ahmad Bradshaw for a screen that turned into a 59-yard gain and set up a touchdown, hit a brief bump when the Packers tied the score and then it was all Giants on the way to the victory. Manning wound up with three touchdown passes (including a Giants franchise record 200th for his career), the Giants sacked Aaron Rodgers five times and the only concern was whether or not Vegas would be paying out over or under bets.

    In other words, it was exactly the game that the Giants needed after a bad stretch before their bye week.

    Source: NBC New York
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    SRW Ex-World's Worst Site Admin Staff Member

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