The Green Bay Press-Gazette, Corey Wilson) NO SALES, Associated Press
Jackson Ranck, center, of Pulaski, Wis., shovels snow with hundreds of others in an effort to clear snow from the upper level bleachers inside Lambeau Field on Friday, Jan. 13, 2012, ahead of Sunday's NFL divisional playoff football game between the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers.

GREEN BAY, Wis. — Going into Sunday's NFC divisional playoff game against the New York Giants, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are best known for all the fireworks they've produced on offense.

That's a good thing for the Super Bowl champions, because they've been remarkably vulnerable on defense.

All season, the Packers have been giving up yards in big chunks and bailing themselves out by forcing turnovers. And while the Giants might hope to slow the game down by establishing the run and keeping Rodgers on the sideline, the last meeting between the two teams — a 38-35 victory by the Packers on a last-second field goal Dec. 4 — could mean Sunday is shaping up as another fast-paced game that comes down to the last possession.