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The Green Bay Packers are still perfect and heading to the playoffs.
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Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we featured a clip of NFL wide receiver Jerome Simpson flopping during a game against the Cleveland Browns. Well, we have another flop in an NFL game courtesy of Packers linebacker Brad Jones:
Mason Crosby kicked a 30-yard field goal as time expired and the Green Bay Packers kept their perfect season alive with a 38-35 victory over the host New York Giants on Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 369 yards and four touchdown passes as Green Bay clinched a playoff berth. The Packers will wrap up the NFC North title with a Detroit loss at New Orleans later Sunday night.
After a franchise record 17 wins in a row going back to last season, and 11 in a row this season, the Green Bay Packers will face the Giants on the road. The Packers are listed as 6.5-point favorites over the 6-5 Giants. The over-under is set at 54 points.The odds are one way to look at the game, of course. The other is to note who's in and who's out, especially for the Packers...
It hasn’t been a good month for Ndamukong Suh. He was recently suspended for 2 games by the NFL for losing his mind (again) and stomping on the arm of Packers’ guard Evan Dietrich-Smith. Suh would try to explain what happened, just taking forceful step, but the evidence didn’t support his claim. Then last week, Suh was involved in a car accident, where he told police...
Running back James Starks doesn't think he'll be out that long, but the Green Bay Packers may have to consider sitting him down for a while after he sprained his ankle in a third straight game.
Green Bay Packers – 38, New York Giants – 35
Along with the Broncos-Vikings game, this was one of the most entertaining games of the week and certainly lived up to the fantasy expectations. Aaron Rodgers (401 total yards, 4 TDs, 1 INT) started out with a fairly slow first half, but turned it up in the second half...
For most of the game the Giants had Aaron Rodgers right where they wanted him, shifting around the pocket, worried he might be hit and feeling vulnerable.
It doesn’t take a football genius to figure out the best way to keep the NFL’s best quarterback from playing like...
The Green Bay Packers hold on to defeat the New York Giants, 38-35, and showed why they are the class of the National Football League
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/966359-green-bay-packers-vs-new-york-giants-spread-info-line-and-predictionsMatthew Stockman/Getty ImagesBy Richard Langford - Bleacher Report 12/3/11
Aaron Rodgers passed for 325 yards and four touchdowns as the Green Bay Packers remained undefeated (12-0) with a 38-35 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday.