The Green Bay Packers now have two touchdowns, and they have been aided in both of them by bad calls by Bill Leavy. Their first came in the first half when a Greg Jennings fumble was inexplicably called down by contact. This one came from a phantom roughing the passer call, turning an incomplete pass on a third down into a first down for the Packers. That extension of the drive eventually resulted in a touchdown, and the New York Giants now lead 30-20.
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Randall Cobb had a massive 21-yard reception after the roughing the passer penalty before Aaron Rodgers picked up 16 yards on a run to get the Packers down to the Giants' 24-yard line. After an eight-yard run by James Starks, Rodgers threw a 16-yard strike by Driver. The Giants are still in control, but this one is interesting once again.
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