Good, Bad and the Ugly: Green Bay Packers vs. N.Y. Giants

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Jarrett Boykin is proving he is the real deal. Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports photograph

Jarrett Boykin is proving he is the real deal.
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This is the third Monday in a row that I have awoken with mourning in my heart. I really enjoyed writing “Victory Monday” to preface this article for those four wonderful weeks.

However, no matter the score, there is always good, bad and ugly to be found in every contest.

And that’s where we begin this morning.

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Topics: Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers, Jordy Nelson, Scott Tolzien

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  • Peter Maiz

    Jamie, I thought Green Bay stepped it up a notch pressuring the quarterback a bit more (Eli) but the Giants went in with a plan to stop Lacy which was certainly achieved. We now know Tolzien can be accurate with the long pass but 3 interceptions this game and 2 last game has a tendency to lose the game. McCarthy’s bone headed play of trying to get 4th and 1 with a trick play was very damaging since having had the Giants at the 10 or 20 might have been a game changer. With all the injuries, Even the might of Aaron may not win the games.