GREEN BAY (7-4)
The Packers, who saw their five-game winning streak end Sunday, entered Week 12 with the league's ninth-best passing attack but were only 23rd in pass defense.
PACKERS WEEK 12
N.Y. Giants 38, Green Bay 10
The Packers had a chance to tie Chicago for the NFC North lead but were routed by last year's champs, as Eli Manning threw three TD passes.
WHAT TO WATCH FOR
Aaron Rodgers, quarterback
Rodgers, last year's NFL MVP, has 28 touchdown passes and only seven interceptions. He had 585 yards and seven TD passes with no picks against the Vikings last season.
The Packers defense is suspect, but Rodgers and his receivers on their home turf will be the heavy favorite to carve up the Vikings secondary. Outlook: Horns down