If you're the New York Giants all you can do after Sunday's 38-13 loss at Green Bay is tip your cap to quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He torched the Giants secondary for 362 yards and four touchdowns (without throwing an interception) and Eli Manning and the rest of his offense had no answers. Dropped passes by Odell Beckham Jr and Sterling Shepherd didn't help matters, but it was the Giants defense that couldn't stop the Packers efficient offense. Rodgers predicted seven weeks ago that the Packers wild run the table and he's backed up that bold talk. They've now won seven in a row and are still counting.