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Giants 31, Packers 10: Second-half open thread

Rueben Randle (right) celebrates a touchdown catch.
Rueben Randle (right) celebrates a touchdown catch.
Rich Schultz

Where has THIS New York Giants' football team been? The Giants turned two Green Bay turnovers into points and Eli Manning threw two touchdown passes as the Giants took a 31-10 lead over the Packers on Sunday night.

Manning threw touchdown passes 16 yards to Rueben Randle and 9 yards to Victor Cruz, Andre Brown and Ahmad Bradshaw ran for scores and Lawrence Tynes kicked a 43-yard field goal.

The only blip for the Giants was a blown Corey Webster coverage that resulted in a 61-yard touchdown pass from Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson.

Manning is 9-of-16 for 142 yards. Bradshaw has 56 yards rushing on nine carries and Brown has 27 on six. Webster has an interception and Osi Umenyiora had one of his patented strip-sacks, leading to Bradshaw's touchdown run late in the half.

The Giants have three sacks and have had Rodgers under constant pressure.

Green Bay gets the ball to start the third quarter.