- NYG -4; 35 yard return (NYG 31)
- NYG -1; 42 yard return (NYG 41)
- Touchback *GB Pen (re-kick)*; NYG 2; 26 yard return (NYG 28)
- NYG 0; 37 yard return (NYG 37)
- Extra Points: 2/2
- Field Goals: 3/3 (44, 33, 25)
With the offense not finding much consistency, they had to turn to Crosby multiple times to put points on the board. Lucky for them he’s one of the better kickers in the league, so he of course converted all his tries, adding in a couple extra point kicks when Aaron Rodgers was able to complete a couple TD passes early on.
He’s usually good with his kickoffs as well, but that aspect could have been a bit better on Sunday night. It seemed every chance the Giants had to return the ball they garnered positive yardage; in a game where their offense wasn’t doing well, every bit of extra field position is welcomed and could have helped provide a spark.
Most of the negatives centered around the coverage unit more than anything Crosby did or didn’t do, but it would have been prudent to see him try booming a few more kicks out of the endzone once New York proved able to garner bundles of yardage when returning the ball.
Regardless, it was another strong effort from the Green Bay kicker.