The Green Bay Packers couldn't recover their onside kick late in the fourth quarter while trailing 30-20. Brandon Jacobs' touchdown on the subsequent drive both salted away the win for the New York Giants and poured salt in the Packers' wound.
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I mean, what's more painful than letting the big, slow Jacobs outrace your defense to the corner? (Other than losing a home game in front of the Lambeau crowd, anyway?)
Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw failed to do much against the Packers' front seven early, but both have found success late in this game. Jacobs has that 14-yard touchdown run, and Bradshaw has tallied 63 yards on the ground on just 12 carries.
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