(WNFL) - The Green Bay Packers are one game behind co-leaders Detroit and Chicago in the N-F-C North, after the Pack lost to the Giants at New York yesterday, 27-to-13. The Packers trailed the entire game. They got to within seven in the fourth quarter when Eddie Lacy scored on a four-yard touchdown rumble. But on Green Bay's next series, Scott Tolzien threw an interception to Jason Pierre-Paul, who ran it back 24 yards to give the Giants their final margin of victory -- New York's fourth straight win after starting the season at 0-and-6. Tolzien had three interceptions, but he did throw for 339 yards in his first N-F-L start. Jordy Nelson had eight catches for 117 yards. Mason Crosby booted two field goals, including a 57-yarder -- the second-longest in Green Bay history. But the Packer running game struggled, as Lacy was held to 27 yards. The Green Bay defense continued to miss tackles and open receivers, with corner Sam Shields out with a bad hamstring suffered late last week. Tramon Williams had the Packers' first interception in four weeks, but Green Bay still has a minus-six turnover differential on the season. Eli Manning threw for 279 yards, a touchdown, and an interception for the Giants. Victor Cruz had eight catches for 110 yards, but New York was out-gained in total yards 394-to-334. The Packers have lost three straight after Aaron Rodgers went out with a broken collarbone. They'll host Minnesota next Sunday.