London 27-22: Packers lose to Giants

LONDON – The Packers had a strong start but couldn't score in the second. They lost a disappointing game to the Giants by 27-22 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Green Bay led 17-3 at the end of the second quarter after Aaron Rodgers' TD passes to TE Marcedes Lewis and WR Allen Lazard. 

 Green Bay led 20-10 at the break when K Mason Crosby, who was good from 48 yards on his final play of the first period, led the Packers.

The Giants put together a series of scoring drives to score 17 unanswered touchdown points in the second half. They held a 27-20 edge over the Packers and their last chance came 

Rodgers faced with third-and-2 at the 7 and Rodgers made back-to–back passes to the line of Scrimmage to make the ball turn over on Downs with just under a minute remaining.

The Giants ran as long possible before taking a safe out of punt-formation. And then, after the free throw, the Packers couldn’t get a Hail Mary off. Rodgers’ arm was broken while trying to heave 

Rodgers completed 25-of 39 for 222 yard with two TDs, and a 96.3 rating. Randall Cobb WR had seven catches and 99 yards. Lazard added four grabs of 35 yards and a touchdown.