Eli Manning and the New York Giants are surging, and they have beaten the Seattle Seahawks by a combined 72 points over the teams' last two meetings.
The Giants will try to stretch their win streak to four straight Sunday and hand the Seahawks a seventh consecutive road loss.
New York (3-1) has not lost since its opener at Washington, rallying from fourth-quarter deficits the last two weeks. Manning threw two touchdown passes in the final 3:37 of a 31-27 win at Arizona last Sunday.
"I think it is just that we are clicking now," said receiver Hakeem Nicks, who had 10 catches for a career-high 162 yards and the winning touchdown. "Everyone is getting involved with the offense and people are stepping up at the tight end position.
"Victor Cruz stepping up and me and Mario Manningham as well and Ahmad (Bradshaw) is doing his part. I think we are finally clicking as a team. We are using all of our weapons."