The Giants, who defeated the Packers in Green Bay en route to their last two Super Bowl titles, open the playoffs at Lambeau Field on Sunday at 4:40 p.m.
As we await Sunday's game, we'll be taking a look back at those recent victories.
First up was the Giants' 23-20 overtime win over the Packers in the NFC Championship game on Jan. 20, 2008, which you can read about here.
Next up is their 37-20 win over the Packers in the Divisional round on Jan. 15, 2012...
If the Giants' run to the Super Bowl in 2007 seemed like a miracle, it was nothing compared to the 2011 run, which was jumpstarted by a prayer.
It happened at the end of the first half of the Giants' divisional-round playoff game in Green Bay against the 15-1 Packers and their MVP quarterback, Aaron Rodgers. The Giants were locked into a surprisingly tight game, leading 13-10 with six seconds remaining before halftime. They were stuck, though, at the Packers' 37 yard line - too far away for a field goal try.
So Tom Coughlin did the only thing he could do. He called for "Flood Tip" - what the Giants called their Hail Mary. And after Manning took the shotgun snap, he dropped back and threw up that prayer.
Down in the end zone, Hakeem Nicks answered it when he found space between three Packers defenders, boxed them out and leaped up to make the catch. That improbable play put the Giants up 20-10 at halftime, and they were off and running from there.
"It's one of the few that I have thrown up," Manning said after the Giants' impressive 37-20 victory. "And it was the first one that was ever caught."
This win wasn't nearly as dramatic or legendary as the Giants' win in the frigid conditions of the 2007 NFC championship game. The temperature on this day was only 31, with a windchill of just 19 at kickoff. In some ways, though, this was far more impressive. The Packers were the reigning Super Bowl champs and had won 21 of their last 22 games overall. Rodgers was the reigning Super Bowl MVP and was about to become the NFL's MVP, too.
But a funny thing happened: Manning, in the midst of his finest season, months after he famously declared himself to be "elite," was the better quarterback that day. By far. Rodgers was a respectable 26 of 46 for 264 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. But Manning was dazzling, completing 21 of 33 passes for 330 yards for three touchdowns and one interception.
The Giants' pass rush seemed to rattle Rodgers, sacking him four times. And when Manning hit Mario Manningham with a four-yard touchdown pass with 6:48 remaining, the Giants were fully in control, up 30-13.
It gave them all the confidence in the world heading into San Francisco the next week for the NFC championship game. By now, the sense of déjà vu the Giants had been feeling all season was part of their core belief. They had lost to the undefeated Packers in the regular season, 38-35 - the same score by which they lost to the undefeated Patriots in 2007. Once again they avenged that defeat in the playoffs.
And after this beat-down of the Packers, they were sure they'd see the Patriots again in the Super Bowl in a few weeks.
"I think we're a dangerous team," Tom Coughlin said, in a rare moment of bravado. "I like where we are. I like our attitude. I like the way we're playing."
"We told you all, man," added defensive end Justin Tuck. "Don't jump on the bandwagon now. We're going to be hard to beat. That's why we're confident. We know what we have in this room."