Why did Giants beat Packers?

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    I thought Rodgers played okay, but he didn't have much help. Several good passes dropped by Packers. However, there was no doubt the Giants deserved that game based on how poorly the Packers played.
     
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    2012 GB Packers. Worst 15-1 team ever.

    Pack Defense never really showed up.
     
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    one word...butterfingers
     
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    :eusa_think: I'm pretty sure is because the Giants scored more points in the allotted time than did the Packers, but I'm really not a football guy, per se. :dunno:
     
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    Yep...
     
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    Giants in the toughest division in football and look out when they have the momentum. Combine this fact with another; namely the Packers had a creampuff schedule this season.
    Too bad, cheeseheadz.......
     
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    Why did the Giants beat the Packers you ask? Well, let's see. Giants played fairly well. Packers played like shit. That's the way I saw it.
     
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    Wow. You could be an ESPN analyst!
     
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    Same reason Seahawks lost to Chicago in playoffs last year. Too many dropped balls. No running game. At least the Hawks had the snow as an excuse...but Chicago somehow managed to catch footballs and convert 3rd downs. It would have been an even worse spanking in Green Bay if Rodgers hadn't converted several third downs running the ball.
     
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    They did it so the Saints would feel even dumber about losing to the 49ers and passing up the chance to host the NFC Championship in the Super Dome.
     

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