The Green Bay Packers are 12-0 after a last second victory over the New York Giants. Aaron Rodgers led a one-minute drill down the field to set up the game-winning field goal.
The Green Bay Packers had to wait until the final ticks of the clock to defeat the New York Giants, but Mason Crosby came through with the game winning 30-yard field goal. The Packers improved to 12-0 with the 38-35 victory.
Aaron Rodgers was scary good on the final drive of the game. He started on his own 20-yard line and two plays later he was inside Giants territory. A 27-yard pass to Jordy Nelson was the pivotal play:
Rodgers had a slight bump in the road when he had a pass for a loss of one yard, but he came right back with a 18-yard strike to Greg Jennings. At the Giants' 12-yard line, Mason Crosby set up and kicked the game ending field goal.
The Packers needed that field goal because the Giants had just scored a touchdown on a Hakeem Nicks grab. This was all part of a very back and forth game. Rodgers threw four touchdown passes and 369 yards while Eli Manning had three touchdown passes of his own and 347 yards.