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Giants vs. Packers, Week 14: Live updates!

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Saquon Barkley and the Giants celebrate a touchdown in the first half.
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In-game updates

Giants win!

The Giants improve to 5-8. Full recap to come.

Packers pull within five points.

Giants stretch lead to 21-13.

An 8-yard pass from Tommy DeVito to Isaiah Hodgins capped a 10-play, 75-yard drive and gave the Giants a 21-13 lead with 1:28 left in the third quarter.

The play below helped set up the score:

Packers close the gap.

A muffed punt that hit Bobby McCain of the Giants set Green Bay up at the Giants’ 14-yard line. The Packers could only manage a field goal, though, to pull within 14-13.

Giants take 14-10 lead.

A fumbled punt by Green Bay’s Keisean Nixon was recovered by Benton Whitley of the Giants at the Packers’ 31-yard line. A 26-yard run by quarterback Tommy DeVito put the ball at the 1-yard line, and Saquon Barkley cashed in with a 1-yard run to give the Giants the lead with 11:22 left in the third quarter.

Packers take 10-7 lead right before halftime.

Giants tie the game at 7-7.

An eight-play, 75-yard drive helped the Giants knot the score. Tommy DeVito completed a 14-yard pass on third down, then ran 10 yards for a first down. Wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson had a 32-yard run, and Saquon Barkley finished the drive with a 5-yard scoring run.

Packers grab 7-0 lead.

The Giants started with the ball on Green Bay’s 32-yard line and still came up empty.

Follow all the New York Giants vs. Green Bay Packers Monday Night Football action right here. This will be your discussion thread throughout the night.

Can the 4-8 Giants upset the 6-6 Packers, who currently hold the seventh and final NFC playoff spot? If they can, the Giants would be within one game of what would still be an unlikely playoff berth.

A win by the Giants would leave the Packers, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints at 6-7. The Giants and Chicago Bears would be a game back at 5-8.

The Giants have won two straight games with the unlikely rise of undrafted Tommy DeVito at quarterback. The Packers have won three straight.

This will be the Giants’ fifth prime time game of the season. They are 0-4 and have been outscored 113-38 in those games.

Defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence (hamstring) and tight end Daniel Bellinger (illness) will play for the Giants.

See all of our Giants-Packers coverage by scrolling through our Giants-Packers StoryStream.

Be sure to come back to Big Blue View after the game for a complete recap, news, analysis and livestream on our YouTube channel from Nick Falato and Chris Pflum. Below, our crossover preview with Justin Mosqueda of SB Nation’s Acme Packing Company.

Ed will be live-blogging the game on Threads, so check that out. Some updates will also be posted here.