Every week, our regular game predictions will be released on gameday. That leaves Saturday for our bold predictions column.
Last week was a good one to be bold. Dwayne Harris found the end zone against his former mates and Dallas registered only two sacks.
Onto Week 8 as the Giants take on New Orleans:
1. Beckham's return to New Orleans is one to remember
Beckham has been rather quiet at times this season, but expect his return to his hometown to be one for the record books.
Beckham played high school ball at Newman, the same as Peyton and Eli Manning, and collegiately about an hour away at LSU.
There's no doubt the Superdome will be filled with Beckham fans. Expect the Giants receiver to lead all players in receiving yards, and likely find the end zone a time or two.
2. Donnell the mismatch
Giants tight end Larry Donnell has had an up-and-down season, but he'll face a mismatch against this Saints linebacking corps and secondary.
Opposing tight ends have topped 100 yards receiving twice this season and found the end zone four times against New Orleans.
Donnell continues the trend with a two-touchdown performance.
3. Cam Jordan continues his tear
Both the Giants and Saints have issues along their offensive lines, but when it comes to pressure, you'd have to lean toward the Saints, especially as of late.
Jordan has racked up five sacks in the last two games and leads the Saints with six. He'll be lined up all over the front line to go after the rookie, Ereck Flowers, as well as Marshall Newhouse.
Jordan will give the Giants fits all day, especially playing in the Dome, where he has 4.0 sacks on the season.
4. Darkwa does it again?
It's a bit of a homecoming for Orleans Darkwa, who went to Tulane University in New Orleans.
Last week, Darkwa found the end zone for the first time. Is another trip in store for the former Tulane running back?
Many suggest it could've been an aberration, but Tom Coughlin wants to make his backfield more productive. Whether it's getting Rashad Jennings going or Andre Williams doesn't matter; it's whoever can get the job done.
Darkwa is hungry and eager to prove himself. He'll have an opportunity for carries, so expect him to make the most of him.
Count on Darkwa to get into the end zone yet again
5. Giants break the streak
Underdogs again, the Giants head to New Orleans, where they are 0-4 in the Superdome over the past 12 years.
The Giants are 1-2 on the road this season, but the Saints don't have that home-field advantage they have had in years past.
The Giants are finally going to buck the trend, and do so in dramatic fashion. A late field goal? A defensive stand? Maybe this is where Beckham comes through?
Giants earn their first win in the Dome since 1993.