Giants defeated the Packers in London, 27-22.

The Packers had a terrific first half, but their offence stalled in the second.

Green Bay led 17-3 in the second quarter thanks to two touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers to TE Marcedes Lewis and WR Allen Lazard.

The Packers led 20-10 at the half after K Mason Crosby's 48-yard field goal on the final play of the first half.

Mason Crosby's field goal gave the Packers the early advantage, and they added touchdown throws to Allen Lazard and Marcedes Lewis.

The Packers kept Barkley mostly under wraps, but the attention on the running back transformed Jones into a play-action and scrambling machine.

Even with Barkley out with a shoulder injury, the Giants maintained their lead, and Green Bay's defence appeared exhausted.

A 2-yard direct snap to Barkley out of a Wildcat formation gave the Giants a 27-20 lead.

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