By the thinking of the Green Bay Packers, the NYPD is out of its jurisdiction.
NYPD is the nickname of the Giants’ vaunted “New York Pass Defense,” which finished second in the NFL with a 75.8 opponent passer rating and 15 passing touchdowns allowed.
That group will be put to the test Sunday by quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Packers’ air attack, which finished with a league-high 40 passing touchdowns.
“If that’s what they call themselves, that’s what they call themselves,” Packers receiver Geronimo Allison told reporters of the NYPD, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“It probably won’t be too many handcuffs passed out this Sunday. We’re going to...