At Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, the Packers lost a very disappointing game against the Giants, 27-22, despite playing well in the first half.

They weren't able to score effectively in the second half and allowed a lead to slip away.

The Packers' record dipped to 3-2 after the defeat. The Giants now have a 4-1 record.

Aaron Rodgers' two touchdown passes to TE Marcedes Lewis and WR Allen Lazard gave Green Bay a 17-3 lead in the second quarter

The Packers went up 20-10 at the halftime when K Mason Crosby converted from 48 yards out on the final play of the half.

The Giants stringed together methodical scoring drives in the second half to score 17 straight points for a 27-20 lead, negating the Packers' last chance to win inside the New York 10-yard line. 

 Rodgers faced third-and-2 from the 7 with just over a minute remaining, but two passes were intercepted at the line of scrimmage, forcing him to turn the ball over on downs.

Following the free kick, the Packers were unable to attempt the Hail Mary because Rodgers' arm was hit as he tried to hurl it. 

Before taking a safety out of punt shape, the Giants tried to gain as much time as they could. 

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