Giants Vs. Packers, 2012 NFL Playoffs: John Kuhn Touchdown Produces 10-10 Tie

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.

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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.

For updates and analysis on these teams leading up to their matchup, visit Packers blog Acme Packing Company, Giants blog Big Blue View and SB Nation New York. Don't forget to check out SB Nation's NFL hub for all your playoff news.

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