Theoretically, one of the things that would seem inadvisable against the potent Green Bay Packers offense would be setting them up on their own 40-yard line to begin offensive drives. But that's what the New York Giants did with a kickoff that landed out of bounds, and thanks to a questionable call and a somersault by John Kuhn, it turned out to be a bad decision, as the Packers tied the game at 10-10.
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The Packers plodded down the field for their first touchdown, with no plays of over 16 yards and three runs, but got their touchdown from a familiar face. Kuhn scored with a reception instead of his customary rush, vaulting over a Giants defender.
The questionable call came on what looked like a fumble by Greg Jennings. Though one official called it a fumble on the field, that call was changed and then upheld after a replay review.
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