Giants earn first TD against Packers in London in hectic game
The New York Giants dug into their handbook to get into the late zone for the first time on Sunday, late in the first half. Tight ending Daniel Bellinger scored in a reverse brace from 2m to make it 17-10 in favor of Green Bay Packers with 1:15 remaining in the first half.
New York starts with Daniel Jones in the shotgun and run back Saquon Barkley line up wide to the right. Jones took the opportunity and redirected to let Barkley cross the line.
Barkley then switched to Bellinger, who started on the left sideline, to reverse double to the right sideline. Bellinger overcame the Packers’ defence Dean Lowry deep in the backyard and back in behind the wide receiver block David Sills DRAW and dash into the finish area for the score.
It was the first hit of Bellinger’s career and had a decisive goal late in the first half. It was the second encounter in the career of the rookie from San Diego State.
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