Giants up 31-10 at halftime over Packers

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It’s not that the Packers aren’t good. They are.

But the Giants came off a bye rested, with a point to prove, against a team with half a defense left on the field.

So the Giants’ 31-10 halftime lead was almost predictable.

Whether the Packers offer resistance in the second half remains to be seen, but at the moment, the Giants offense is on a roll. Eli Manning’s thrown a pair of touchdowns, Ahmad Bradshaw has 117 yards from scrimmage, and the Giants defense appears to be confusing the Packers.

Other than an injury to right tackle David Diehl (burner, questionable to return), there isn’t much that you’d call bad news for the Giants.