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Ultimate Game Review: Packers at Giants

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The play of the game, the player of the game, a look into the crystal ball and 15 incredible numbers that explain Sunday's 27-13 verdict. The play of the game was obvious: Jason Pierre-Paul's pick-six on what could have been a big play for the Packers.

Packer Report reviews the Green Bay Packers' 27-13 loss at the New York Giants on Sunday. PLAY OF THE GAME Jason Pierre-Paul finished with one solo tackle and two assisted tackles. Considering Pierre-Paul's status as one of the game's premier pass rushers, the Packers probably would have taken that stat line 10 times out of 10. Unfortunately for the Packers, Pierre-Paul made the biggest play of...

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