Aaron Rodgers completed 14-of-25 passes for 219 yards, one touchdown and an interception in Green Bay's Week 12 loss to the Giants.
He also lost a fumble. As NBC's Cris Collinsworth opined, it was a "burn the tape" kind of night for Rodgers and the Pack. Rodgers simply had no time to throw behind the Packers' makeshift offensive line, taking five sacks. On the rare occasions he did have time to look downfield, he was thwarted by the Giants' two-deep shell. Rodgers looked to be in store for a much better evening when he hit Jordy Nelson for a 61-yard score on Green Bay's opening drive, but the highlights were few and far between thereafter. The night snaps a string of seven-straight multi-score efforts for the league's best quarterback. He'll look to get on track against the Vikings in Week 13.