Giants Vs. Packers, 2012 NFL Playoffs: Joe Buck and Troy Aikman Will Call the Game

The game between the New York Giants and defending champion Green Bay Packers will be played tonight at Lambeau Field and broadcast on FOX at 4:30 EST. Joe Buck and former quarterback Troy Aikman will be the duo in the both, announcing the game.

Buck has an interesting past, both with the Giants and Lambeau field. In a game between the Vikings and Packers in Lambeau, played in 2005, Vikings receiver Randy Moss caught a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, followed by a fake "mooning" of the crowd. Joe Buck was not pleased with Moss' gesture, to say the least. Here's his call.

Three years later, with Buck calling the Super Bowl, where David Tyree of the Giants made what's now known as "The Helmet Catch". To this day Buck still receives criticism for his less-than-enthusiastic call of one of the greatest plays in Super Bowl history.

With Buck back at Lambeau in a Playoff game involving the Giants, another famous, or infamous call is always a possibility.

For more coverage of Giants vs. Packers, stay tuned to our storystream. For more Giants coverage, visit our team page or our blog Big Blue View.

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