The past two Super Bowl winning teams will meet this Sunday in New York as the Giants will host the Green Bay Packer. The game will be played at New York’s MetLife Stadium where the 6-4 Giants will hope to get some luck at home. The team has struggled mightily the last two games and is in a bit of a panic mode right now. A loss could really hurt them for a chance at the playoffs. Thankfully, for them, their division has struggled just as bad and even worse then them. Green Bay, on the other hand, has been as hot as any team as of late.
The Giants last two games have seen Eli Manning throw no touchdown passes. Last game, the Giants lost 31-13 against the Bengals in Cincinnati week ten. They were on a bye week last week, which hopefully gave them time to figure out what has been happening on both offense and defense. The time hopefully gave them an opportunity to get healthier. This is certainly something that will help as they set to face a tough Packer squad.
The Packers are coming off a 24-20 win over the Lions in Detroit. They have not lost a game since week 5 in Indianapolis versus the Colts. The Packers are currently at the top of their division at 7-3 and would like nothing more then a win against the defending champs. The game will be televised nationally on Sunday Night Football on NBC at 8:20 PM ET.