Quarterback Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes, pushing his career total to 200 in leading the New York Giants to a 38-10 win over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football.
Manning finished the game with 16 completions on 30 pass attempts for 249 yards, with three TDs.
The veteran quarterback, whose team was coming off its bye week, ended talk that his play was suffering due to arm fatigue.
Manning found the open receivers on Sunday night, connecting with rookie Rueben Randle on a 16-yard score in the 1st quarter; with Victor "Salsa" Cruz on a 9-yard score in the 2nd quarter; and with Hakeem Nicks on a 13-yard scoring play in the 3rd quarter.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw had 119 yards of total offense and scored on a 13-yard run near the end of the 1st half, making the score 31-10 in New York's favor as the players headed into the locker room.
Star QB Aaron Rodgers never really got into a rhythm for the Packers (7-4) at MetLife Stadium, completing just 14 of 25 passes for 219 yards, with one touchdown and an interception.
Rodgers finished the game with a passer rating of 81.9, while Manning had a 114.4 passer rating.
The loss ended the Packers' five-game winning streak and left them in second place in the National Football Conference (NFC) North Division, trailing the first-place Chicago Bears (8-3).
The Packers, who lost by a 28-point margin to the Giants, had not allowed more than 24 points during their winning streak.