Profootballfocus.com (http://bit.ly/SaomTr) does a weekly analysis of NFL games, and here are some tidbits from their look at the Packers-Giants game Sunday night:
*Aaron Rodgers was pressured on 64% of his dropbacks, more than any other NFL quarterback in Week 12. The next closest was the Minnesota Vikings' Christian Ponder at 46%. Rodgers was under pressure on 21 o his 33 dropbacks.
*On the Packersí struggling offensive line, T.J. Lang gave up six total pressures and Marshall Newhouse five.
*When Rodgers had 2.6 seconds or more in the pocket, his passer rating was 125.9. When he had 2.5 seconds or less, his rating was 25.9.
*Alex Green played 25 snaps compared to 17 ror James Starks. All 10 of Greenís runs went off either right guard or right tackle.
*Randall Cobb led Packers receivers with seven targets. Jordy Nelson was only targeted three times and James Jones zero times.
*B.J. Raji produced five hurries. Outside linebackers Erik Walden and Frank Zombo had no pressures on Giants QB Eli Manning. Dezman Moses, who played all 66 defensive snaps, produced just three pressures on 31 pass rushes. The Packers blitzed on 16 of Manningís 32 dropbacks but only pressured him 9 times.
*Rookie Mike Daniels played 22 snaps, while Jerel Worthy had 21 and Mike Neal 14.
*Davon House allowed five receptions on 11 targets, had one pass defensed and gave up two touchdowns. Casey Hayward played on only 15 coverage snaps and had one pass defensed on the only ball thrown his way.