Packers beat Giants 31-13 behind four TDs from Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdowns, two of them to Davante Adams, as the Green Bay Packers went on the road and defeated the New York Giants 31-13 on Sunday afternoon.

In addition to Adams, who had six catches for 64 yards as well, Rodgers threw touchdowns to Allen Lazard, who grabbed three passes for 103 yards, and Marcedes Lewis, his first touchdown as a Packer.

It was part of a 243-yard day for Rodgers despite the snowy conditions in New York.

Green Bay also nabbed three interceptions defensively, and while the Packers didn't get a sack, Za'Darius Smith and company lived in the Giants backfield all game long.

With the win, the Packers improved to 9-3. Next up is a home game against Washington on Sunday at Lambeau Field.

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