Skip navigation
Sign up to follow your favorites on all your devices.
Sign up

Packers jump out to early lead over Giants in London

Mike Florio and Peter King take a rip through Week 5 in the NFL, weighing if Tom Brady's injuries could be a factor against the Falcons, their level of confidence in Teddy Bridgewater and more.

The Giants are looking jet-lagged in London.

Two good Packers drives gave Green Bay an early 10-0 lead, with Mason Crosby hitting a field goal on the first drive, and Aaron Rodgers finding Allen Lazard for a four-yard touchdown late in the first quarter.

The Giants’ first two drives were three-and-outs, with every single one of their first six plays going to Saquon Barkley: three Barkley carries, three Barkley targets, zero first downs.

With Daniel Jones playing on an injured ankle, the Giants’ offense may struggle, but they’re going to have to do something to keep this one from getting ugly.