Every week, our regular game predictions will be released on game day. That leaves Saturday for our bold predictions column.
After a second consecutive loss, it's time to rebound.
Onto Week 13 as the Giants take on the crosstown rival Jets:
Beckham records his fifth 100-yard receiving day
Odell Beckham Jr. has been on an absolute tear of late, recording four consecutive 100-yard receiving games with five touchdowns in that span.
On Sunday, Beckham likely won't be making a trip to Revis Island, as the Jets' top cornerback is expected to miss the contest with a concussion.
What other Jets defensive backs will be able to go toe-to-toe with Beckham? Your guess is as good as mine. Beckham tops 100 yards a fifth game in a row, and expect another trip to the end zone.
Giants continue sack streak at home
Of the Giants' 12 sacks, nine have come in the comfort of MetLife Stadium. That's where they'll play the Jets, whose offensive line has surrendered a league-low 14 sacks this season.
However, after failing to record a sack last week at Washington, the Giants need to get back on track in Week 13. The Giants will struggle against a stout Jets offensive line, but notch at least two to continue their home domination.
Manning gashes rigid Jets D
Not many quarterbacks have had success against the Jets defense. Ryan Tannehill's stat line sure looked pretty, but Miami's quarterback did much of his damage with the game well out of hand.
However, Blake Bortles and Tannehill are some of the quarterbacks to move the ball against Jets. Consider Eli Manning the next to do so.
Manning throws for 300 yards and multiple touchdowns and continues his success against the crosstown rivals. No Revis means Manning will be able to pick apart the back end of the Jets' defense.
Giants pick off Fitzpatrick twice
Ryan Fitzpatrick has been a positive for the Jets offense - at times - this season, but he's also struggled with turnovers as well.
Fitzpatrick has endured some struggles, particularly in the Jets' recent stretch of games, and he'll face a very opportunistic Giants defense that has the ability to force turnovers.
The Giants pick off Fitzpatrick at least two times, which might as well seal the game in favor of Big Blue.
Vereen emerges with 8+ receptions
The Giants have a nearly non-existent rushing attack. So, why not turn to their best pass-catcher in the backfield?
Shane Vereen has been able to torch some of the league's best units with his ability to make receptions from the running back position. That will open the doors for other things in the Giants offense.
Count on Vereen to catch eight balls from Manning as the most effective Giants back on Sunday.