Moment 78 Repeat Scenario

1930 Team
Photo credit: Pro Football Hall of Fame
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October 05, 1930

The Packers and Giants meet again in another pivotal game, won by Green Bay, 14-7, at City Stadium on a 55-yard catch and run by Blood in the fourth quarter.

The Packers would lose to the Giants in New York seven games later, 13-6, but the early-season victory in essence decides the league title, as the Packers finish 10-3-1 and the Giants are 13-4, a .004 difference in winning percentage.

In the 14 total games, the Packers outscore their opponents 234-111, posting shutouts in four of the first six games and allowing more than 13 points in a game only once. Green Bay’s 47 points against Portsmouth on Nov. 2 are its most to date in a league game.