The New York Giants were not able to score enough points to stop Aaron Rogers, as the Packers defeated Big Blue 23-16 at Lambeau Field on Sunday night.

Once again the Giants offense sputters, with the familiar array of dropped passes, overthrown balls, penalties, and turnovers.

The defense could not get to Aaron Rogers who has an eternity to set back in the pocket and find an open receiver.

Eli Manning hit Odell Beckham in the back of the end zone for his first touchdown catch of the year but it would be the Giants only touch down of the night.

The Giants big three receiver threat, Beckham, Cruz and Shepard had a combined 12 catches between them for only 70 yards.

The Giants have lost their third straight game and are at the bottom of the NFC East.

I am sure there are a lot of questions within the Giants organization about execution, and how they can get their offense to score more points.

CB Janoris Jenkins had two interceptions which prevented the Packers from putting even more points on the board.

I think I have to sum up the Giants so far this year, it is the same thing fans have seen over the past few years, we can't keep our offense on the field long enough to consume time and execute touchdown scoring drives.

The Big Blue defense is banged up enough and they have no pass rush on top of that they are on the field mush more than the offense which gives them little time to rest for the next series.

Many people are giving up on Eli Manning and his ability to lead this team, that is typical when teams are losing, I am not ready to give up on him, but I do feel he needs to get on point with his offense.

The Giants are 2-3 and really need some a win.

Next week they face another elite quarterback in Joe Flacco, will they be able to stop him and score enough points to win.

Can Big Blue come out of this tailspin?

The Giants are back home next Sunday to take on the Baltimore Ravens, catch all the action with Bob Papa and company starting with the Pre-Game show on Sunday at 12 Noon and keep it here after the game for head coach Ben McAdoo's press conference and team interviews on your station for NY Giants Football 991 the whale.

Go Giants!