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Rematch: Giants vs. Packers, Next Sunday

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With the victory over Atlanta, the Giants advanced to the divisional round and will travel to Lambeau Field to take on the top-seeded Green Bay PackersonSunday, Jan. 15 at 4:30 PM ET (FOX).

The two teams last met in Week 13 at MetLife Stadium, where the Giants made a run at the then-undefeated Packers. The Giants, however, lost 38-35 on a last-second field goal by Green Bay's Mason Crosby.

Including playoffs, the Packers hold the franchise series ledger, 31-23-2. The Giants are 2-4 all-time against Green Bay in the postseason, the most recent coming in the NFC Championship game in 2008. The Giants won 23-20 in overtime at Lambeau en route to winning Super Bowl XLII.

Here is a breakdown of the Green Bay Packers, who finished the season 15-1 (undefeated at home) and had a first-round bye.**

OFFENSE

PASSING:Aaron Rodgers** 343/502, 4643, 45 TD, 6 INT, 122.5 passer rating.

RUSHING: James Starks 133 ATT, 578 YDS, 1 TD; Ryan Grant 134 ATT, 559 YDS, 2 TD.

RECEIVING: Jordy Nelson 68 REC, 1263 YDS, 15 TD; Greg Jennings 67 REC, 949 YDS, 9 TD; Jermichael Finley; 55 REC, 767 YDS, 8 TD.

**DEFENSE

**TOT. DEF: 411.6 YDS/G (32nd)

OPP. PASSING: 299.8 YDS/G (32nd)

OPP. RUSHING: 111.8 (14th)

**SPECIAL TEAMS

KICKING:Mason Crosby** 24/28 (85.7%), LONG 58, 68/69 XP.

KICKOFF RET: 24.5 YDS/ATT (12th) – Randall Cobb 108-yard TD

PUNT RET: 10.9 YDS/ATT (12th) – Cobb 80-yard TD

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