The Packers started off with the ball to begin the second half. Green Bay moved it down to the Giants 30-yard line before Aaron Rodgers was sacked and lost the ball.
The Giants couldn't do anything with the turnover caused by Osi Umenyiora. New York went three and out when their third down and two rushing play couldn't get the first down.
Green Bay responded with a lengthy drive of nearly 5 minutes that sputtered out in the Giants' half of the field. Green Bay settled for a field goal to cut New York's lead to 20-13 with 3:55 to play. Mason Crosby's kick barely snuck inside the upright.
Green Bay having the ball so long in the quarter seemed to disrupt the Giants' offense which did not gain a first down in the third frame and only ran six plays.
Can the Giants hang on for the win? Stay tuned.