VIDEO: Packers 38, Giants 13 in NFC Wild Card game; face Cowboys next

Packers Second Screen

Follow our second screen digital coverage of today's game below.

Postgame

4th Quarter

Green Bay 38, NY Giants 13
Ripkowski TD run
2:43 left in quarter

Green Bay 31, NY Giants 13
Rodgers-Cobb 16 yd TD pass
9:19 left in quarter

3rd Quarter

Green Bay 24, NY GIants 13
Crosby 32 yd FG
:21 left in quarter

Green Bay 21, NY Giants 13
Rodgers-Cobb 30 yd TD pass
2:53 left in quarter

Green Bay 14, NY Giants 13
Manning-King 41 yd TD pass
5:52 left in quarter

2nd Quarter

Green Bay 14, NY Giants 6
Rodgers-Cobb Hail Mary
0:00 left in quarter

Green Bay 7, NY Giants 6
Rodgers-Adams 5 yd TD pass
3:18 left in quarter

NY Giants 6, Green Bay 0
Gould 40 yd FG
7:29 left in quarter

1st Quarter

NY Giants 3, Green Bay 0
Gould 26 yd FG
5:43 left in quarter

Pregame coverage

Pregame story

For the 8th straight year, the Green Bay Packers are in the playoffs, less than a handful of games away from winning a world championship.

This time, the New York Giants are the first of four potential opponents who stand in the way of the Packers' 14th world championship. The winner goes to Dallas next Sunday.

Green Bay has, yes, "run the table" - which has grown their confidence and hope in repeating their 2010 four-game postseason run to a world title.

With Green Bay winning six straight games, and the Giants winners of nine of their last 11, they both come in hot. The temperature won't be.

The forecast has been moving all week between single digits and the teens for the high today in Green Bay. It's not exactly balmy.

Still, the Giants have no fear of that. In recent years, they've come twice to Lambeau Field and won in the playoffs.

They also come in with an explosive passing game that will battle an injury-decimated Packers secondary. But on their own side, they have - when he is at his best - the best quarterback in the NFL today, and statistically ever - a guy named Aaron Rodgers.

In this six-game winning streak, he is playing perhaps the best football of his two-time MVP career, and he may just be adding a third to his Hall of Fame resume.

This is the kind of game that gets a football fan's frozen juices flowing. It's cold. It's Lambeau Field. It's January. It's do-or-die football. It's the way the NFL should be.

Stay tuned. This will be fun. Perhaps heart stopping. Enjoy.

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