The Giants attempt to make it four in a row today. I would be mildly surprised if they didn't...
First off, I'l be watching the results of the Redskins-Eagles game. Should Washington win, the division gets as tight as one could imagine: Dallas 5-5, Philadelphia 5-6, Washington 4-6 and should the Giants win, 4-6.
The Giants may be without DE Jason Pierre-Paul today, but that may not be a bad thing. His reps will be taken by rookie Damontre Moore, who does nothing but make plays while he's in bounds. With a fairly stationery target in Scott Tolzien, the Giants should get some pressure today.
The run defense faces a formidable challenge in RB Eddie Lacy, a tough inside runner. They have been throttling better runners the past month, so he may be added to the list today. I expect MLB Jon Beason to be all over Lacy today.
I would expect the Giants' passing game to succeed in moving the football. Hakeem Nicks has yet to score a TD this season and even if he doesn't score today, I believe Rueben Randle and Victor Cruz will.
TE Brandon Myers was not targeted in the passing game last week. Will he figure into the plan this week? Hard to tell. Myers' role depends on whether the Giants decide to take the air out of the football or not.
Will Andre Brown have another massive workload, or will he just compliment the passing game and augment the play-action? I see a more balanced attack today.
On special teams, can Moore and the punt teams strike again? Will the Giants ever get a kickoff return of any length that doesn't get called back due to a penalty? Today could be the day....