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Packers still perfect at 12-0

The Green Bay Packers are still perfect. Tied at 35 with the Giants with 58 seconds left, Aaron Rodgers needed just four plays to get it close enough for a Mason Crosby chip shot field goal. Green Bay wins it 38-35 to go to 12-0.
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The Green Bay Packers are still perfect. Tied at 35 with the Giants with 58 seconds left, Aaron Rodgers needed just four plays to get it close enough for a Mason Crosby chip shot field goal. Green Bay wins it 38-35 to go to 12-0.

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