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Late Field Goal Lifts Giants Over Packers in ‘Monday Night Football’ Thriller

In the Monday Night Football game, the New York Giants defeated the Green Bay Packers 24-22, with a game-winning drive led by quarterback Tommy DeVito. DeVito put New York in field-goal range with an eight-play drive under the two-minute mark, and a 37-yard kick from Randy Bullock as time expired gave the Giants their third straight victory, improving their record to 5-8.

The game was a crucial one for the Packers, who needed the win to match records with the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North. With the loss, the Packers fall to 6-7 and sit in third in the division.

DeVito, who was named the starter by coach Brian Daboll despite Tyrod Taylor coming off injured reserve, had a standout performance in the game. He led the Giants to their first primetime win of the season, snapping a four-game losing streak in primetime games. DeVito was sacked zero times and had a huge impact on the ground as he scrambled for yardage, finishing with 10 carries for 71 yards.

The game saw the lead change multiple times, with the Giants taking their first lead early in the third quarter after Packers CB Keisean Nixon muffed a punt. The Packers’ attempt at a game-winning score and two-point conversion was unsuccessful, leading to the Giants’ victory.

The win was a significant moment for the Giants and their rookie quarterback, and it showcased DeVito’s ability to lead the team to victory. This game-winning performance is a positive sign for the Giants as they continue their season.

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