Packers report card: Green Bay vs. New York
Rushing offense: D-
The only reason the mark isn't lower is because at least no one fumbled.
Passing offense: C
Brett Favre's numbers were better than his actual production, thanks to 70 yards after the catch on a 90-yard scoring pass to Donald Driver. Favre had a decent day at the office going considering the conditions until two second-half interceptions.
Rushing defense: C-
New York was able to pound successfully, helping it not only move chains but keep Brett Favre on the sidelines.
Passing defense: D
Al Harris is still turning his head wondering where Plaxico Burress is. Green Bay had trouble getting pressure on Eli Manning, who only was sacked twice. But the sacks were at key moments.
Special teams: C-
Tramon Williams had a huge 49-yard kickoff return after the Giants took the lead 13-10 in the third quarter. But they allowed three good kickoff returns to negate his accomplishment.
A good start with some inventive play calling; not much imaginative after that. Inability to figure out how to stop Plaxico Burress or get pressure on Eli Manning was crucial. Not throwing far enough for a possible first down with just over two minutes left in regulation was puzzling.