The Giants cause surprise in London

Giants upset London


The New York Giants caused a huge upset on Sunday in London, beating the Green Bay Packers by a score of 27-22.

By virtue of that win, the Big Apple team improved its record to 4-1. This is also the first time since 2009 that the Giants have had at least four victories after five weeks of activity.

To get there, the winners greatly benefited from the work of their running back Saquon Barkly. The latter passed for 70 yards on 13 carries, in addition to capturing three relays from quarterback Daniel Jones, for 36 additional yards. He also scored a major.

Going back to Jones, he wasn't particularly spectacular, but he still completed 21 of 27 stints for 217 yards and carried the ball himself. even 10 times, for 37 yards.

In the opposing court, center Aaron Rodgers found the hands of a receiver 25 times in 39 occasions, for 222 yards and two touchdowns, he who did not was unable to convert his last chance to tie the game, however, when he was within yards of the Giants' end zone in the dying moments of the game.