London – The Packers played the first half strong but could not score aggressively in the second half and took an edge to lose a very disappointing game for the Giants from 27-22.
Green Bay led 17-3 in the second quarter, two Aaron Rodgers TD passed T.E. Marsedes Lewis and W.R. Allan Lazard, and the Packers led 20-10 at the time of K. Mason.
But the Giants put together a systematic scoring drive to gain 17 unanswered points for a 27-20 lead in the second half, and the Packers' last chance died inside the New York 10-yard line.
Facing the third and -2 of 7, Rodgers had back-to-back passes with just over a minute left to turn the ball down on Scrimmage's line.
The Giants ran for as long as possible before taking protection from the punt formation, and then after the free kick the Packers could not close Out Hal Mary as Rodgers.
Rodgers finished 25-in-39 for 222 yards with two TDs and a 96.3 rating. WR Randall Cobb took seven catches for 99 yards, with Lazard adding four grabs for 35 yards and a TD.
For the Giants, QB Daniel Jones was 21 of 21 for 217 yards, with no TDs, no INTs and a 100.2 passer rating. He had 13 carries for 70 yards near RB Sacon Barclay.