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Week 11: Top 3 performance moments

Posted Nov 18, 2013

A quick glance at the highlights from Packers at Giants


WILLIAMS SNAGS INTERCEPTION

With the Giants looking to add to a 10-3 lead in the second quarter, QB Eli Manning threw a third-down pass behind WR Louis Murphy Jr. and Packers CB Tramon Williams made a diving interception, keeping Green Bay within a touchdown. It was Williams’ first interception of the season and the team’s first since Week 7 vs. Cleveland.


CROSBY NAILS 57-YARD FIELD GOAL

On the final play of the first half, K Mason Crosby drilled a 57-yard field goal that would have been good from even farther away. It pulled the Packers within 10-6 at halftime and is the longest outdoor field goal in team history. It’s the second longest overall, one yard shy of Crosby’s 58-yarder at the Metrodome in 2011. It was also the longest field goal in the history of MetLife Stadium and the longest field goal ever against the Giants.


BOYKIN HAULS IN 52-YARD BOMB

On the first play of the fourth quarter, WR Jarrett Boykin beat his man down the right sideline and QB Scott Tolzien hit him in stride for a 52-yard gain, setting up a TD run by RB Eddie Lacy that cut Green Bay’s deficit to 20-13. Boykin finished with six catches for 91 yards in the game.

 
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