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PACKERS 38, GIANTS 35
Dec. 4, 2011 - MetLife Stadium
Eli Manning’s touchdown pass to Hakeem Nicks and a two-point conversion run by D.J. Ware with 58 seconds left ties the score at 35, but Aaron Rodgers completed four passes of 18 yards or more to set up Mason Crosby’s 31-yard game-winning field goal as time expired. It handed the Giants a fourth straight loss and extend the Packers’ winning streak to 18.

Memorable Giants-Packers games

The Giants and Packers are two of the NFL's most storied franchises, combining for 20 championships and meeting 56 times since their first game in 1928. A look at some of the more memorable games in the series.

By Tom Rock

GIANTS 23, PACKERS 17 NFL Championship Game Dec.
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GIANTS 23, PACKERS 17
NFL Championship Game
Dec. 11, 1938 - Polo Grounds
Ed Danowski hit Hank Soar for the winning touchdown in the third quarter and Ward Cuff broke up a pass for Arnie Herber in the end zone on the final play to give the Giants their third championship. The teams have met in five championship games and this was the Giants’ only win.

PACKERS 14, GIANTS 7 NFL Championship Game Dec.
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PACKERS 14, GIANTS 7
NFL Championship Game
Dec. 17, 1944 - Polo Grounds
Arnie Herber, the former Packers quarterback who was called out of retirement to play for the Giants, had the team driving towards the tying points but was intercepted at the Green Bay 20 late in the fourth quarter. Ted Fritsch scored two second-quarter touchdowns for the Packers.

PACKERS 37, GIANTS 0 NFL Championship Game Dec.
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PACKERS 37, GIANTS 0
NFL Championship Game
Dec. 31, 1961 - City Stadium
Kyle Rote dropped two sure touchdown passes in the first half and the Packers were able to battle through the Green Bay cold. Bart Starr threw three touchdown passes and Paul Hornung, on leave from Army duties, scored 19 points.

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PACKERS 34, GIANTS 25 Jan. 6, 2002 -
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PACKERS 34, GIANTS 25
Jan. 6, 2002 - Giants Stadium
A game that is more memorable for Michael Strahan breaking the single-season sack record and the controversy over whether Brett Favre flopped for him to reach it. Favre rolled right and slid as Strahan plopped on him to reach 22.5 sacks for the season late in the fourth quarter.

GIANTS 23, PACKERS 20 (OT) NFC Championship Game
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GIANTS 23, PACKERS 20 (OT)
NFC Championship Game
Jan. 20, 2008 - Lambeau Field Corey Webster’s interception on the second play of overtime set up Lawrence Tynes’ 47-yard field goal that sent the Giants to Super Bowl XLII. Tynes had missed is previous two field goal attempts, including one at the end of regulation. The game was played in a temperature of minus-1 and a wind chill of minus-23.

PACKERS 38, GIANTS 35 Dec. 4, 2011 -
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PACKERS 38, GIANTS 35
Dec. 4, 2011 - MetLife Stadium
Eli Manning’s touchdown pass to Hakeem Nicks and a two-point conversion run by D.J. Ware with 58 seconds left ties the score at 35, but Aaron Rodgers completed four passes of 18 yards or more to set up Mason Crosby’s 31-yard game-winning field goal as time expired. It handed the Giants a fourth straight loss and extend the Packers’ winning streak to 18.

GIANTS 37, PACKERS 20 Divisional round Jan. 15,
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GIANTS 37, PACKERS 20
Divisional round
Jan. 15, 2012 - Lambeu Field
The No. 4 seed Giants may have been underdogs in the sports books, but there were a lot of folks who foresaw their ability to pull off a victory. For the second time in five years, Big Blue knocked the Packers out of the playoffs. Eli Manning completed 21 of 33 passes for 330 yards and three touchdowns and to lead the Giants to the NFC title game against the San Francisco 49ers. The Giants' defense shutdown MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers and forced the Packers' offense to fumble three times.

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