Giants Vs. Packers: First Quarter Score: Giants Lead, 10-7

The New York Giants lead the Green Bay Packers, 10-7, after one quarter of play Sunday at MetLife. Stadium. The Giants started off the game with a quick score on their first possession on a three-play 79-yard drive. The big play on the drive was a 67-yard touchdown pass from Eli Manning to Travis Beckum. The Giants held the Green Bay Packers to just 29 yards on their opening drive.

The Giants second drive was a three and out which the Packers capitalized on with a touchdown drive that took almost three minutes and went 64 yards. Aaron Rodgers threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Jermichael Finley to cap the drive.

The Giants responded with a field goal on their next drive. Manning looked like he might have thrown his second touchdown pass of the game to Jake Ballard on the drive but replay confirmed the ruling that Ballard's knee was out of bounds.

For more Giants Vs. Packers coverage stay tuned to our storystream. For more Giants coverage visit our team page and our blog, Big Blue View.

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