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Green Bay Seeks to Heat Up New York


A pair of NFC teams square off on the gridiron in search of victory in the Garden State. New York comes in after a bye week last week. In their last game they beat the New England Patriots 10-7 in overtime at home on Nov. 26.

The Green Bay Packers are on the road as they travel to face the New York Giants on Monday Night Football. Green Bay is coming off a 27-19 home win over the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday in their previous game.

Green Bay Seeks to Extend Hot Streak

Green Bay won its third straight game and fourth in the last five games by beating the defending champion Chiefs at home last Sunday. The Packers evened their record at 6-6 on the season and were tied for second place in the NFC North prior to this weekend, three games behind the Lions.

They entered Week 14 occupying the final wild-card spot in the NFC thanks to their head-to-head win over the Los Angeles Rams. Against the Chiefs, the Packers never trailed, leading 7-3 after the first quarter, 14-6 at halftime and 21-12 after three quarters.

Green Bay got a pair of field goals in the fourth quarter after the Chiefs cut the lead to 21-19, then got three defensive stops at the end to thwart the Chiefs' comeback attempt.

The Packers held a 382-337 advantage in total offense, had a time of possession advantage and forced the only turnover of the game to offset a 25-24 loss on first downs.

This season, the Packers rank 18th in the league in aerial offense with an average of 224.7 yards per game. Green Bay is 20th in the league in ground offense with 104.9 yards per game.

The Packers rank 17th in the league in scoring with an average of 21.5 points per game this year. Green Bay ranks ninth in the league in scoring defense, allowing an average of 20.3 points per game on the season.

Jordan Love has a career-high 250 completions on 408 attempts for 2,866 yards with 22 touchdown passes and 10 interceptions. He has 231 yards on the ground and two touchdowns, being caught 24 times.

AJ Dillon leads the team in carries with 149 for 521 yards and one touchdown on the season.

New York Continues to Compete

New York rested last week after a streak of two straight wins before the break, defeating the Patriots in overtime in their most recent game.

The Giants enter this week with a 4-8 record on the season and are in third place in the NFC East. They were 12th in the NFC playoff standings, two games behind the Packers for the final playoff spot.

Against New England, the game was tied scoreless after the first quarter, the Giants led 7-0 at halftime and the game was tied at seven after three quarters.

The Giants capitalized on a steal for the go-ahead field goal with 8:09 remaining and held on after New England missed a 35-yard field goal attempt that could have tied the game with three seconds to play.

New York was outgained 283-220 in total offense, gave up 18 first downs while gaining 10 and lost time of possession by a margin of 34:06 to 25:54 and still prevailed. The Giants forced three turnovers while committing just one, which proved crucial in the game.

On the season, the Giants average 151.6 yards per game through the air, leaving them 32nd in the league in that department.

New York rushes for an average of 107.1 yards per game, ranking them 18th in the league in that category. The Giants rank 31st in the league in scoring, averaging 13.3 points per game this season.

New York ranks 26th in the league in scoring defense, allowing an average of 24.3 points per game. Daniel Jones has completed 108 of 160 passes for 909 yards with two touchdowns and six interceptions, getting caught 30 times this season.

He is second on the team with 40 carries for 206 yards plus a touchdown on the ground. Tyrod Taylor has a team-high 57 completions on 87 attempts for 579 yards plus two touchdowns, plus rushing for 98 yards on the year.

Tommy DeVito has a team-high 66 completions on 105 attempts for 697 yards with seven touchdowns and three interceptions, adding 83 yards plus a touchdown on the ground. Saquon Barkley leads the team in carries with 165 for 697 yards and a touchdown.

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