Giants Slip Past Packers, Continue Streak
Jason Pierre-Paul's interception return was instrumental in the New York Giants picking up a 27-13 victory over the down-trodden Green Bay Packers on Sunday afternoon.
The Giants have now won four-in-a-row and continue to keep their season hopes alive. New York is now 4-6 on the season after starting the campaign with six straight losses.
Eli Manning threw one touchdown pass and Brandon Jacobs ran one in for the Giants who handed the Packers their third straight loss.
The Giants were able to intercept replacement QB Scott Tolzien three times to set up 10 points. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bays regular QB is out with a broken collarbone.
The Giants look to keep the steak alive against the hated Cowboys on Sunday afternoon in the Meadowlands.