May 30, 2024

Green Bay Packers 22-24 New QB: Tommy DeVito shines again as Giants score late field goal to end Packers’ win streak

Tommy DeVito threw for 158 yards while rushing for 71 on the ground as the New York Giants moved to 5-8 with victory over the Green Bay Packers, marking their third straight win; the Packers drop to 6-7 in a blow to their playoff pursuit

Highlights of the Green Bay Packers’ clash with New York Giants in week 14 of the NFL.

Tommy DeVito threw a 32-yard pass to Wan’Dale Robinson to set up Randy Bullock’s 37-yard field goal as time expired as the New York Giants beat Green Bay 24-22 on Monday night to hand the Packers their first December loss since Matt LaFleur took over as coach in 2019.

The Giants went 57 yards in eight plays after Jordan Love threw a six-yard touchdown pass to Malik Heath with 1:33 remaining.

Green Bay then tried a two-point conversion but Jayden Reed was stopped by linebacker Bobby Okereke. The go-ahead drive had been set up by a Saquon Barkley fumble.

DeVito rushed for 71 yards in the third straight win for the Giants (5-8). He threw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah Hodgins while leading four scoring drives, two of them capped by Barkley runs of five and one yards. The Giants defense forced three turnovers on the day.

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