Giants Vs. Packers: Eli Manning To Mario Manningham Ties It Up

One play after the red zone fumble by Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson, New York Giants QB Eli Manning hit WR Mario Manningham after a slip by CB Tramon Williams. Manningham did the rest, running most of the field to complete an 85-yard touchdown strike. The Giants have now scored twice on plays in which a Packers defensive back fell down in coverage, meaning somebody’s going to be talking to the Green Bay equipment manager at halftime.

The catch-and-run was the longest pass of Manning’s career and the longest Giants play of 2010.

Both quarterbacks have now thrown for a handful more than 160 yards, along with two touchdowns. The Packers have outgained the Giants 222 to 185. Nelson’s fumble killed a great drive and gave the Giants momentum heading into their own drive, but Green Bay will have more chances. They’re currently driving near midfield.

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