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Packers haven't lost to Giants on road in 20 years

Nov. 24, 2012
 

The Packers, who are preparing to play the New York Giants on Sunday night at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, havenít lost an away game against the Giants in 20 years.

In that span the Packers have beaten the Giants in four straight road games and have scored 34 or more points in each of those contests.

The Packers beat the Giants on the road 37-3 in 1998, 34-25 during the 2001 season, 35-13 in 2007, and 38-35 last season. The Packers' lost road loss against the Giants came in a 27-7 setback in 1992.

The Packers have won six of the last seven regular-season games overall against the Giants over the past two decades and hold a 31-24-2 lead in the all-time series.

The Packers have also won six of their last seven games played on Sunday night. Their lone loss during that stretch came at New England in 2010 when Aaron Rodgers didnít play due to a concussion.

The Packers under coach Mike McCarthy are 7-3 in Sunday night games. In all-time Sunday night games, the Packers are 19-5, which ranks No. 1 in the NFL.

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