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The Wheelhouse previews today’s NFL playoff matchup between the New York Giants and the Green Bay Packers.
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In this NFC Division Round game between the Giants and the Packers, the Giants are considered to be the heavy underdogs against a Packers team that went 15-1 this past season. They will face off on Sunday at 4:30 PM EST. Both teams are now healthy and it should be a great re-match to the game they had in Week 13 at MetLife Stadium, in which the Giants narrowly lost by a score of...
Giants show Packers who real bully is in NFL playoffsN.Y. POST: CHARLES WENZELBERGBEEN THERE, DONE THAT: Last night’s stunner in the NFC Divisional playoffs was just the latest underdog upset pulled off by Tom Coughlin and Justin Tuck’s Giants.By Mike Vaccaro - NY Post 1/16/12
It was a long drive back to Levittown from Lambeau Field for John Bartlett and his two sons Monday, but they are already pumped for their next stop: San Francisco.
Grade the Giants' performance against the Packers
Eli Manning and the New York Giants look to keep their Super Bowl dreams alive as they head to Green Bay to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Packers on Sunday in the NFC divisional playoffs.
That road warrior mentality the New York Giants have embraced is paving their path nicely.
The Packers have been upset by Eli Manning and the Giant's D. The Tebow time clock has struck midnight. Arian Foster gashed the Ravens defense in a losing effort. The lead changed four times in the last four minutes of the Saints 49ers game. The NFL playoffs have a lot of excitement to offer, but I believe they have two fundamental issues with their current format.
Green Bay, Wis., 1:30 p.m., Ch. 13 • New York: The last playoff meeting between these teams was 2008 NFC Championship Game, when the...
Chris Snee said he feels appreciative for the chance to battle someone as spectacular as Packers defensive tackle B.J. Raji. It’s an honor for the Giants guard to face him.
“I think he’s the best defensive tackle in the league. I’m really just grateful for the...
Aaron Rodgers just won't do it. It didn't matter that there were at least 50 reporters and camera people jockeying for position in front of his cubicle in the Packers' locker room this past week. He refused all attempts by the public relations staff to move his weekly news conference to the spacious auditorium across the hall.
Green Bay, Wis. — Offensive coordinator Joe Philbin will rejoin the Green Bay Packers for Sunday's divisional playoff game against the New York Giants after spending the week away from the team to mourn the death of his son.