Packers and Giants set to square off at Metlife Stadium for the third straight season

Posted by packers.com on November 17, 2013 – 12:25 pm

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– Green Bay (5-4) heads east in Week 11 after back-to-back home games to face the N.Y. Giants (3-6), the third straight season that the teams have squared off at MetLife Stadium.

– Today’s game was originally scheduled to be a prime-time matchup, but was shifted to a late-afternoon time slot through the league’s flexible scheduling.

– The Packers will be looking to snap a two-game losing streak after falling to 5-4 on the season with a loss to Philadelphia at Lambeau Field last Sunday. Green Bay is tied for second in the NFC North with Chicago (5-4), one game behind first-place Detroit (6-3).

– The last time the Packers played a team outside of their division on the road in three-plus consecutive seasons was when they visited the Philadelphia Eagles each season from 2004-06.

– This will be the fourth straight season that the Packers and Giants have faced off in the regular season, the first time that has happened in the series since 1980-83.

– It is also the fourth straight year that the Packers have played at MetLife Stadium, with games against the Giants in 2011 and 2012 and a Week 8 meeting with the N.Y. Jets in 2010, the stadium’s first season.

– This marks the fourth straight season (2010-13) that the Packers have had a record above .500 through nine games.

– Green Bay has won two straight road games entering today’s contest, with victories at Baltimore in Week 6 and Minnesota in Week 8. Including playoffs, the Packers have won 16 of their last 24 road games (.667).

– Two of the most venerable franchises in professional football history, the Packers and Giants have combined for 21 championships. Green Bay ranks No. 1 among all franchises with 13 titles, while the Giants check in at No. 3 with eight championships behind Chicago (nine).

– The Packers and Giants have squared off in five NFL championship games, with Green Bay winning four of those contests. New York won the 1938 title at the Polo Grounds in New York, but the Packers defeated the Giants in the championship game in 1939, 1944, 1961 and 1962.

– Green Bay holds a 31-25-2 edge in the all-time series, which includes a 4-3 postseason record. The teams first met in 1928 in New York.

– This will be the second straight week that the Packers have faced an NFC East team, with Green Bay hosting Philadelphia last Sunday. The Packers played Washington at Lambeau Field in Week 2 and will travel to Dallas in Week 15.

– The Packers enter today’s contest with a 33-10 record in their last 43 regular-season games, a .767 winning percentage that ranks No. 2 in the NFL over that span behind only New England (34-9, .791).

 

WEARING THE STRIPES

– Today’s officiating crew includes referee Terry McAulay (77), umpire Scott Dawson (70), head linesman Greg Bradley (98), line judge Mark Steinkerchner (84), field judge Terry Brown (43), side judge James Coleman (95) and back judge Lee Dyer (27).


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Kuhn, Raji and Hyde are Sunday’s captains

Posted by packers.com on November 17, 2013 – 11:25 am

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As per team tradition, the Packers select game captains each week. Today’s captains will be FB John Kuhn (offense), DT B.J. Raji (defense) and CB Micah Hyde (special teams).


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What to watch for in Sunday’s Packers-Giants game

Posted by packers.com on November 17, 2013 – 1:25 am

– The Packers have posted at least 350 yards of offense in 10 of their last 11 regular-season games.

– Green Bay has posted 3,780 yards of offense this season, the most through nine games in franchise history. The Packers rank No. 3 in the NFL through Week 10 with their average of 420.0 yards per game.

– Green Bay has rushed for 135-plus yards in six of its last eight contests. The Packers’ 1,288 rushing yards this season are the most through nine games since 2003 (1,475 yards) and the fourth most by the club through nine games since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.

– The Packers have had at least one 100-yard receiver in seven of nine games this season and rank No. 1 in the NFL with nine 100-yard receivers on the season.

– Green Bay’s nine 100-yard receivers this season are tied for the third most in a season in franchise history, trailing only the 11 in 1995 and the 10 in 2010.

– Over their last four games, the Packers have converted 28 of 56 third-down opportunities, a 50.0 percentage that is tied for No. 3 in the NFL over that span.

– The Packers have averaged 28.0 points per game on the road since 2011, No. 2 in the NFL over that span behind only New England (31.6).

– Green Bay has turned the ball over five times in its last six games.

– The Packers have been flagged for 11 penalties in their last three games.

– With QB Scott Tolzien expected to start today, it will mark the first time since 1987 that the Packers have had a different QB start in three consecutive games in a season. That season, Randy Wright started Week 1, Don Majkowski opened in Week 2 and Alan Risher started in Week 3 (replacement game). The last time prior to 1987 that the Packers had a different QB start in three straight games was in 1973 (Jim Del Gaizo, Scott Hunter and Jerry Tagge).

– RB Eddie Lacy has rushed for 618 yards over the last six games, No. 1 in the NFL over that span.

– Lacy needs one rushing TD to move into a tie for the second-most TD runs in a season by a rookie in team history. With four on the season, Lacy is one behind Charles Goldenberg, Gerry Ellis and Brent Fullwood (five each) and two behind Samkon Gado (six).

– In three career regular-season games against the Giants, WR Jordy Nelson has posted a 28.9-yard receiving average, catching 10 passes for 289 yards and two TDs. His two TDs against the Giants were an 80-yard score in 2010 and a 61-yarder in 2012.

– Nelson has 11 catches of 25-plus yards this season, which is tied for No. 2 in the NFL through Week 10.

– WR Jarrett Boykin has 319 receiving yards since Week 7, which ranks No. 9 in the NFL over that span.

– In two career regular-season games against the Giants, LB Clay Matthews has posted a sack, two forced fumbles and a 38-yard INT return for a touchdown.

– LB A.J. Hawk enters today’s game with 964 career tackles, good for No. 5 in team history (since 1975). He is just four tackles shy of moving past LB Mike Douglass (967, 1978-85) for No. 4 on the club’s all-time list. Hawk leads the team with 92 tackles this season, eight shy of his fourth straight 100-tackle campaign.

– DE Datone Jones has posted three sacks over the last two games, tied for No. 1 in the NFL over that span.

– K Mason Crosby ranks No. 3 among NFL kickers with 89 points this season. He is 11 points shy of his seventh 100-point season. He ranks No. 2 in team history behind only Ryan Longwell (eight, 1997-2004).


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Giants Head Coach Coughlin and QB Manning on facing the Packers

Posted by Duke Bobber on November 13, 2013 – 2:58 pm

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New York Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin and QB Eli Manning were made available to the media via conference call Wednesday. Listen to Coughlin and Manning talk about Sunday’s game below.

 


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Rules make it tough for coaches to be tough

Posted by Vic Ketchman, packers.com editor on February 22, 2013 – 12:01 pm

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INDIANAPOLIS–At times last season, the New York Giants flashed the talent that made them Super Bowl champions in 2011. So why did they miss the playoffs?

The popular theory is the Giants let success go to their head. Did league rules limiting contact in practices hamstring Coach Tom Coughlin in what he could do to deal with his team’s malaise?

“How do we make the players understand that even though it’s a jog-through, it’s an important practice?” Coughlin said of the impact of rules limiting the demands coaches can place on players.

What the Giants appear to be doing in this offseason is using change to send a message of urgency. The release of running back Ahmad Bradshaw may have sent that message.

“He said it best when he said it broke his heart, but he understands it’s a business,” Coughlin said. “The direction is to get better.”


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Packers post-game quotes following the 38-10 loss to the Giants

Posted by Duke Bobber on November 26, 2012 – 2:13 pm

Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy

McCarthy’s opening statement: I’ll start with just the facts, that we were thoroughly beaten this evening. Congratulations to the New York Giants. We were beaten in every facet really, starting with myself. I feel when your team plays and performs that way, it starts with the head coach. We had mental errors, the penalties and this was out of character for our football team. Very disappointing loss on Sunday Night Football, big NFC battle and I’ll start with your questions.

RE: Not handling the Giants pass-rush as well as desired.

A: The New York Giants have an outstanding defensive line. We knew that coming in. We’ve really known it for the last couple of years. We had a plan and we didn’t execute it very well. We got away from it, went to some spread things, that wasn’t the answer. That was quite poor play selection on my part. But they did a hell of a job tonight. They were dynamic, very talented, very productive.

Q: On the other side, they have been struggling to find some offensive rhythm. Why were they so explosive tonight?

A: Well, you start with the run. They ran the ball very well. They hit us on the screen there on the first series of the game against the fire zone. We did not tackle very well throughout the evening. It started on that particular play and run defense is about staying square, staying in your gaps and make sure to …. tackles. We didn’t do a very good job of that tonight.

Q: It’s not that often that you get beat this thoroughly. Almost never in five years, are there any long-term ramifications here?

A: I don’t think so. I think this is a game that really makes everybody look inside and find out what you’re about. I believe in what we’re about as a football team. I haven’t felt like this since the first game I coached as a Green Bay Packer head coach. So, beaten very thoroughly tonight. Doesn’t taste good, doesn’t feel good. Most important things I stress are responsibility and accountability. I feel we have those kinds of people and we’ll get ready for Minnesota. Everything we want to accomplish is still in front of us and that’ll be our focus.

Q: Could Jennings have played?

A: Greg Jennings was a medical decision, really. It came down to yesterday. We talked, he felt good. Actually looked good, the film looks good. There was no reason to not play him, just for the one fact of fatigue and his ability not to have a full week of full reps. He hasn’t played in so long. So, I fully expect Greg to be a full participant on Wednesday, if the week goes the way it should. I would think he would be ready to go for Minnesota.

Q: Clay Matthews?

A: Clay’s getting close. He’s not as close as Greg. I don’t know how much Clay will practice this week, but that’s the information they’ve given me today.

Q: Are there any positives you can take away from a game like this? Or do you toss this one out?

A: Boy, I’m not seeing them right now. There are positives, but we’ll look at the tape and that’s what your evaluations are for. We’ll grade it like we always do. We’re not going to overreact to it. I think that would not be the best thing to do. Everybody knows how we feel about it. Once again, my focus is on responsibility and accountability, to make sure we go out and perform the way we’re supposed to. We have too many good people, too many talented people, too much in our locker room to perform like that. I did a poor job tonight.

Q: What about the Giants running game?

A: Once again, I thought they have a method of just the way of their huddle and the late break in it. They hit us on some first downs and we didn’t react very well. The tackling was not where it needed to be. As far as the gap control and gap responsibility, that’s what the evaluation of the film is for.

Q: Did you see any difference in the way they attacked you from last January?

A: No. I would say that match-up wise, they tried to do some of the same things. I’ll tell you what I told the team at half-time, I felt that they were a step ahead of us and a step faster than us. I thought they were more physical than we were and that’s something that we need to look at. It’s one game, it’s something that we’re going to have to answer. Everyone’s going to watch the tape.

Q: How concerned are you about the amount of hits that Aaron is taking?

A: I think it was obvious in the way I probably was calling some of the game. When your quarterback is under pressure like that, it affected me tonight. With that, I probably didn’t call the best game I’ve called in my time doing this. You have to protect your quarterback. It’s the number one responsibility of our offense. I mean, you’d be hypocritical to sit here and say that we build our offense around making the quarterback successful, starting with the runs, protection, into the passing game and we’re going to go out and he’s going to take that many hits. That’s not what we’re looking for.

 

QB Aaron Rodgers

Q: How do you feel physically, you took a lot of hits?

A: I’m alright, I’ll be fine. I’ll go through the usual routine with my recovery, a couple days and I’ll be okay.

Q: Were they marginally doing the same things they did last January or were they playing you differently?

A: They did a lot of things that everyone else has done against us. Two-high most of the game, and we didn’t execute very well.

Q: Why didn’t you throw that Hail Mary at the end of the first half?

A: Well, as I rolled out, Kiwanuka came up on me and I wasn’t going to be able to get the ball to the end zone rolling to the right that hard so instead of taking a big time shot, and not getting the ball to the end zone, (decided to) eat it.

Q: How disappointing is this loss?

A: Yeah, it’s disappointing. It’s one game. Had a good opportunity to put ourselves in a better position than we’re in right now and didn’t do that. It’ll be disappointing watching this film. As we move on, we have five games left, three at home, four against division opponents. Everything is right in front of us. We win out, we win our division and accomplish our first goal: winning our division. That’s what we’re trying to do. We need to regroup and get a couple things shored up. You win five in a row and everybody’s happy, but there’s often things, like I said last year during the run, there’s things that kind of go under the radar that need to be handled. Sometimes it takes a loss to handle those things. That being said, I’ve never been on this side of this kind of loss before, but I know if you play long enough, at some point you will. Hopefully we remember this feeling and not let this kind of embarrassment happen again.

Q: What is different about this loss than a five- or six-point loss?

A: It’s just a lot more embarrassing…National TV, good opportunity, good opponent. They played well tonight, have to give them credit. It was not the way we wanted to play. We’re better than this, we’re going to regroup, and we have Minnesota at home and we’ll be ready for them.

Q: Did you need to do some different things in the second half, or just play better than you were in the first?

A: We talked about doing some different things and we came out and didn’t really do those things. Didn’t really execute, didn’t allow ourselves to do some of the adjustments that we wanted to do and didn’t score any points.

Q: Did the score take you out of your game plan?

A: I don’t think so. We just kind of took ourselves out of the game plan.

Q: Coach McCarthy blamed himself on the play-calling, what ways do you think it went bad?

A: We’ll have to look at the film and look at the execution and learn from it and get better. Teams are going to play us like this, so we need to have answers and execute better than we’ve done most of the season.

Q: What is the answer to playing against two-high safeties?

A: You have to run the ball effectively. You have to throw at a high percentage. I think that moving forward we’ll see, we’ll talk about it and look at the film, and find what to do to score some more points.

Q: Do you think there’s an answer these problems?

A: There’s plenty of answers. We didn’t make them answers. We tried to do some things and they didn’t work out. We didn’t execute very well. We put ourselves in difficult situations and when you score 10 points, you’re not going to win a lot of games. Turning the ball over…you’re not going to win a lot of games.

Q: What happened on the interception?

A: We faked a hand-off, that’s kind of what you’re going to get from Webster. He got beat on a double-move for a touchdown and on the next play he takes a gamble for whatever reason in cover-two, doesn’t really jam the guy, the outside receiver, and I never saw him. Didn’t expect him to be way down in there. If I had, would’ve hit the hole-shot and would’ve had a 20-yard gain.

Q: Did you sense that Osi was that close to you on the strip-sack?

A: I didn’t even see him.

Q: Do you like the fact that you control your own destiny now?

A: Yeah, I mean this is a disappointing loss, but when you look at the last two games, we played two good opponents on the road, but to be able to split those two, we’ve put ourselves in position. In December we have five games, we have to make the most of them. We have three of them at home, four division, it all lays out right in front of us. This team is going to stick together, we’re going to regroup and go back home and hopefully get some home cooking.

 

S Morgan Burnett

Q: Do you think this will be an easy one to bounce back from? Just need to fix the little things?

A: Yeah, that’s what I said. You give the Giants credit; they did a good job today. They got the victory. We just have to learn and grow from it. Watch the film and see the things we messed up, as far as fundamentals, and just try to apply that to the practice field. Apply that next week going back home vs. Minnesota.

Q: What was Coach McCarthy’s message to the team after the game?

A: He just basically told us to step up and be a man; look at yourself in the mirror, when you watch the film, criticize yourself hard. Get prepared and ready because we have two tough division games coming up. Those are very important games for us.

Q: Do you think all the injury problems you guys have had finally caught up to you guys tonight?

A: No, there’s no excuse. You have to stand up here after a win and feel good about it, and you have to stand up here like a man after a loss like that. You can’t make any excuses; you just accept that, and then try and go back and find ways to fix it and get the job done and do better going into next week.

Q: I don’t think you’ve had a lopsided loss like this since you’ve been in Green Bay, how do you react to that?

A: There’s only one way you can respond, you have to try and use it as motivation. Just try to apply that going into the practice field, and apply that going home to play Minnesota, which is a division game, a big rivalry game. You have to try and use it as motivation and not dwell, beat yourself up, but really criticize yourself when watching film and just try to actually learn from it by watching it and seeing what you did wrong and what you can correct.

 

WR Randall Cobb

Q: Does the result of this game highlight a real team problem or was it just an aberration?

A:I wouldn’t call it a problem. I just feel like we didn’t play with any emotion. We didn’t make the plays when we had the opportunities to make the plays. They were a quality opponent and they did what they had to do to win and we didn’t match their intensity.

Q: What were the Giants doing defensively that made it so tough for you guys?

A: They have an excellent front four, they were getting pressure on the quarterback, and they made it hard for him to get it out. When you have four guys like they have upfront, it’s a lot easier for their back seven to play zone or man. Just disrupt upfront and cause problems downfield.

Q: What lesson did you learn from tonight’s game?

A: I think the biggest thing is that we have to come out and play with some emotion. I feel like our care-level just wasn’t there tonight. I don’t know how else to put it.

Q: Was it too tough to get the ball on the perimeter with the way they were playing you?

A: They made it hard for Aaron to get the ball out. By the time we looked back for the ball, he’s scrambling so we tried to get open that way. They made it tough. They’re a great team, a great defense. They disrupt plenty of teams. We just have to go back to the drawing board and see exactly what happened.

 

G Josh Sitton

Q: Was it frustrating how much trouble the Giants defensive line was giving you tonight?

A: Yeah, obviously. Everything wasn’t working tonight. We weren’t doing our job up front. It was everything. They just kicked our ass all around.

Q: What was the problem? Why were they getting to Rodgers so easily?

A: I don’t know. We’ll watch film; I’ll probably watch some on the plane during the ride home, but most of the time it comes down to fundamentals. I know we say that all the time, but hand placement, footwork…small things. That’s what it usually is, but we’ll watch it (film) and see what happened. There’s a lot of things that went wrong out there.

Q: Back to the drawing board? Need to bounce back the next four or five games?

A: It’s obviously no fun, it sucks, and it was kind of an embarrassment, but that’s the thing about this league, you have one day to get over it. Then, it’s back to work. We have everything we want in front of us still. We have four division games, that’s the positive out of all of this. We’re going to learn from it, and grow as a team, and hopefully go on a little run here.

Q: Was it anything their line did differently that caught you guys off guard?

A: There’s nothing in this league that people do that throws you off guard. You see this (stuff) all the time. It’s Week 11, there’s nothing new out there, so no.

 

NT B.J. Raji

Q: Were you surprised about the way things turned out?

A: Defensively, I didn’t think they’d be able to move the ball down the field on us like that. Previous times, a lot of plays went over our heads. That first screen, good call, but after that, it was just literally moving the ball down the field on us and that’s not like us.

Q: What adjustment needs to be made defensively?

A: It starts up front, it starts with us. We have to do a better job up front, and that trickles back to everyone. When I evaluate the film…I can’t really speak specifics, but I know from watching everyone’s body language, it wasn’t very positive out there. Our play showed that.

 

TE Jermichael Finley

Q: What did you think of the game?

A: It was one of those games. We didn’t play well, the eleven guys on offense. We couldn’t put anything together.

Q: Their pressure was obviously a problem most of the game wasn’t it?

A: I won’t know until I get to the film tomorrow. I’m running down the field and I see him (Aaron Rodgers) on his back, so I don’t know what happened.

Q: How surprising was it to be beaten that decisively?

A: It was surprising and embarrassing. It was a combination of both. They’re a great team. It was two great teams against each other and one of them didn’t show up and that was us. We’ve got to go back tomorrow and see if we can fix it.


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Instant Replay – Giants 38, Packers 10

Posted by Tyler Gajewski on November 26, 2012 – 2:35 am

McCarthy offers harsh review of Packers' loss

McCarthy offers harsh review of Packers’ loss

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy didn’t hide his emotions for his team’s 38-10 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday night. – Read More

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    Packers claim they lacked emotion

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.—Multiple Packers said after Sunday night’s 38-10 loss that the team was lacking emotion, that it didn’t play with any fire. – Read More

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Packers’ win streak ends in 38-10 loss to Giants

Posted by Vic Ketchman, packers.com editor on November 25, 2012 – 10:31 pm

Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush makes a tackle

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.–The Packers’ five-game winning streak came to an abrupt halt at MetLife Stadium on Sunday night, in a 38-10 loss to the Super Bowl-champion New York Giants.

Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes and the Giants’ vaunted front four sacked Aaron Rodgers five times and forced a fumble the Giants converted into a touchdown that turned the game decidedly in the Giants’ favor just before halftime.

Rodgers was out-pointed by the opposing quarterback for one of the few times in the last three years. Rodgers completed 14 of 25 passes for 219 yards, one touchdown and one interception. His night ended when he was replaced by Graham Harrell for the final five minutes of the game.

The loss leaves the Packers, 7-4, a game behind the Chicago Bears in the NFC North title race. The Bears had beaten the Vikings earlier in the day.

Very little worked for the Packers. The Giants were even able to hold the red-hot Rodgers to Randall Cobb pass combination to 39 yards.

Meanwhile, the Giants rushed for nearly 150 yards and dominated the line of scrimmage.

The Packers were playing without stars Clay Matthews and Greg Jennings. It’s hoped both will be able to return for next Sunday’s game against the visiting Vikings.


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Giants hold 31-10 lead at halftime

Posted by Vic Ketchman, packers.com editor on November 25, 2012 – 9:01 pm

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers under pressure

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.–The Packers trail the Giants at halftime of tonight’s game at MetLife Stadium, 31-10.

Each team scored quickly, the Giants first on a 74-yard touchdown drive, the big play of which was a 59-yard screen pass to running back Ahmad Bradshaw. The Packers countered immediately with a 61-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson.

The Giants then seized control of the game, mixing run and pass expertly. Eli Manning pitched a 16-yard touchdown pass to Rueben Randle, capping a 55-yard drive, and then Manning capped a 61-yard drive with a 9-yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz in the second quarter that staked the Giants to a commanding 24-7 lead.

Needing to score points and buy time for its defense to rest and regroup, the Packers offense went on a six-minute drive that culminated in a 28-yard field goal by Mason Crosby, who had missed from 55 yards earlier, his eighth miss in his last 14 field goal attempts.

Rodgers was under a heavy rush and was sacked three times, the third sack resulting in a fumble the Giants’ Jason Pierre-Paul recovered in scoring territory with 1:03 to play in the half. Rodgers was intercepted by Corey Webster earlier in the half.

Following Pierre-Paul’s recovery, the Giants quickly moved into the red zone with a pass from Manning to Randle, who broke tackles and carried to the 13-yard line. On the next play, Bradshaw roared up the middle and scored standing up.


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Sideline Pass: Behind-the-scenes photos from #GBvsNYG

Posted by Duke Bobber on November 25, 2012 – 6:26 pm

Sideline Pass: Behind-the-scenes photos from the Packers-Giants game

Check out these behind-the-scenes photos from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. The Green Bay Packers face the New York Giants in a Week 12 match-up on Sunday Night Football.

View from one of the team buses as it approached MetLife Stadium

View from one of the team buses as it approached MetLife Stadium

Security waiting as the team buses begin to deboard Packers players, coaches and front office personnel

Security waiting as the team buses begin to deboard Packers players, coaches and front office personnel

Inside the booth of the Packers' coaching staff.

Inside the booth of the Packers’ coaching staff. Coaches that regularly sit in the booth: Dom Capers (defensive coordinator), Jerry Fontenot (tight ends), Joel Hilgenberg (assistant offensive line), Ben McAdoo (quarterbacks), Scott McCurley (defensive quality control), John Rushing (offensive assistant/special teams) and Joe Whitt (secondary – cornerbacks).

Packers fans came out to support the road team

Packers fans came out to support the road team

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and WR Randall Cobb warm up before the game

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and WR Randall Cobb warm up before the game

WR Jordy Nelson snags a pass in pre-game warmups

WR Jordy Nelson snags a pass in pre-game warmups

Long-time team photographer Jim Biever takes photos during pre-game warmups

Long-time team photographer Jim Biever takes photos during pre-game warmups

The New York Giants warm up on the opposite side of the field

The New York Giants warm up on the opposite side of the field

A bag of footballs on the Green Bay sideline

A bag of footballs on the Green Bay sideline

NBC's Bob Costas on set along the sidelines

NBC’s Bob Costas on set along the sidelines


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