Packers vs. Giants final score, results: New York upsets Green Bay on Tommy DeVito game-winning drive

The Packers came into Monday night’s game against the Giants with a perfect record in the month of December dating back through the past 16 games they have played in that time span, but that was all spoiled as they hit the road to face the Giants.

In a game that was uneventful overall at the beginning, there was plenty of back and forth there toward the end as the Giants pulled off the 24-22 victory over the Packers in the final seconds with a field goal.

This follows up on a 10-7 victory over the Patriots in a low-scoring affair two weeks ago.

The Packers had turned things around from a 2-5 start to the season to 6-6 with a very real chance of making a strong postseason run, though they have suffered a bit of a setback at this point.

Though things looked bleak for New York at the end of the contest with just seconds remaining, DeVito and the team drove down the field to finish the job.

DeVito spoke on what he told his teammates in the huddle during that last drive after the game. The message was simple.

“Let’s go win the game. It’s on us. It’s on the offense.”

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Packers vs. Giants final score

Team 1 2 3 4 F
Packers 7 3 3 9 22
Giants 0 7 14 3 24

Packers vs. Giants final score, highlights from ‘Monday Night Football’ game

(All times Eastern)

Final: Giants 24, Packers 22

11:22 p.m.: It looked like the Packers were going to stay perfect in the final month of the year, but DeVito and Co. do what is needed to set up a 48-yard field goal from Bullock to seal the victory.

11:18 p.m.: Jordan Love finds Malik Heath for the 6-yard touchdown deep in the back half of the fourth quarter. The two-point conversion attempt fails, but the December winning streak looks to move to 17-0.

11:04 p.m.: Barkley fumbles it deep in Green Bay territory and the Packers offense has a chance to go to work once more, avoiding a potential built upon lead by the Giants.

10:53 p.m.: Carlson’s 48-yard field goal attempt is good.

10:48 p.m.: If the Packers lose this game, San Francisco will clinch a playoff spot officially.

Giants 21, Packers 14

10:45 p.m.: Love is sacked on third down and the Packers try for a 45-yard field goal from Carlson. It’s no good, and a drive that had real potential for the Packers is squandered with their December win streak in very real jeopardy.

10:35 p.m.: The third quarter ends on a 5-yard rush by Patrick Taylor and it remains a one-possession game.

10:34: The Packers try an elaborate trick play but it’s blown up from the very start as the Giants defense sniffs it out. Love is forced to throw it away, lucky the play didn’t result in a sack. 

10:30 p.m.: DeVito rolls out of the pocket and hits Hodgins for the 8-yard touchdown in the corner of the end zone. This marks two consecutive games in which Hodgins has a touchdown reception.

10:27 p.m.: On a flea-flicker, the Giants find success. DeViito connects with wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson for the Giants’ longest pass play of the night — a 25-yarder.

10:15 p.m.: Carlson’s 32-yard field goal is good and it’s now just a one-point game.

10:13 p.m.: It’s clear something is off with the Packers offense tonight. Despite some well-timed throws by Love, Green Bay is now 1-for-8 of third down.

10:05 p.m.: Barkley takes it in for the 1-yard go-ahead touchdown.

Packers 10, Giants 7

9:46 p.m.: The Giants take a knee deep in their own territory to end out the half.

9:43 p.m.: The Packers settle for a 36-yard field goal attempt from Anders Carlson and it’s good to allow the Packers to regain the lead.

9:36 p.m.: Green Bay con tines to advance into New York territory with a short pass from Love to Romeo Doubs to bring the Packers to the NYG 10.

9:25 p.m.: Jordan Love is intercepted by Giants safety Jason Pinnock after a fourth-down stop and the Giants are back in business.

9:02 p.m.: The Giants score their first touchdown of the game with a 5-yard run to the left side by Saquon Barkley.

9 p.m.: DeVito doesn’t take a sack and instead creates a very positive play with his legs, resulting in a gain of 10 yards.

Packers 7, Giants 0

8:57 p.m.: The Giants total just 29 yards of offensive in what has been a low-scoring affair to this point.

8:50 p.m.: Jayden Reed registers his second rushing touchdown of the season with a 16-yarder to put the Packers on top first.

8:48 p.m.: There was nearly a turnover on downs as Wilks’ attempt to extend the ball was initially deemed to be without the proper depth, just short of the first down. Instead, Green Bay moves forward with a fresh set of downs at the 48.

8:41 p.m.: The game remains tied at 0 after Bullock’s 48-yard field goal attempt comes up wide right.

8:32 p.m.: In a scoreless game, the Giants are set up at the 32-yard line to begin their second possession. This puts them in a solid position to take the lead first.

8:30 p.m.: Jordan Love continues to get better and better, though there have been some errant throws due to the wind conditions during the game that are clearly affecting him. Love headed into the game with over a 61% completion rate, 22 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

Pregame: The Giants inactive include WR Paris Campbell, RB Jashaun Corbin, S Gervarrius Owens, OLB Boogie Basham and T Evan Neal.

Pregame: The Packers inactives include LB Quay Walker, WR Christian Watson, CB Jaire Alexander, CB Kyu Blu Kelly, RB Aaron Jones and T Caleb Jones.

Pregame: Tommy DeVito, Giants arrive to the stadium.

Packers vs. Giants start time

  • Date: Saturday, Dec. 2
  • Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET l 7:15 p.m. CT

Monday night’s game between Green Bay and New York will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET from MetLife Stadium.

What channel is Packers vs. Giants on today?

  • Game: Packers vs. Giants
  • Date: Monday, Dec. 11
  • TV channel: ABC (U.S.) | TSN3 (Canada)
  • Live stream: ESPN+ Fubo (U.S.) | DAZN (Canada)

Monday night’s game between Green Bay and New York will air on ABC, with Dolphins-Titans airing simultaneously on ESPN. Viewers can also watch the game on Fubo, which offers a free trial. On the call in New Jersey will be Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (analyst) and Lisa Salters (sideline).

Those in Canada can stream it on DAZN, which carries every NFL game all season.

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