In the end, all that matters is that they got the job done.
With the score tied 35-35 with 58 seconds left in the fourth quarter and the ball on their own 20, Aaron Rodgers neatly completed four straight passes and quickly drove the ball to the Giants’ 12-yard line leading to an easy 31-yard field goal by Mason Crosby to secure the 38-35 win and push the Packers to 12-0.
The real story is the weakness that the NFL’s best team showed in the win.
On Sunday, the Packers couldn’t play defense (they returned an interception for a score, but gave up 447 total yards), they couldn’t really run the ball (89 yards on 28 carries) and they couldn’t catch as the drops showed.
The fact of the matter is that they still got the job done.
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