I stopped predicting Giants games a couple of weeks ago. It was becoming futile. Who knows whether Jekyll or Hyde will show up (Jekyll is the good one, btw). The Giants' offense should be able to make some headway against this Ravens defense. Ahmad Bradshaw should play and Hakeem Nicks is a week healthier, so having those two will help. That being said, the Ravens' offense should be able to do some damage as well. The Giants will probably be chasing Ray Rice all day.
New York has to get their return game going. Today's game is outdoors, so David Wilson should get some opportunities.
Both defenses will most likely be spectators. Don't expect The Ravens to mount much of a pass rush on Eli Manning. The Giants' pass rush is so flummoxed that they probably haven't even noticed that Joe Flacco has been sacked 34 times already this year. The Giants believe their pass rush problems are stemming from their inability to stop the run, and stopping Rice will be a major challenge.
Today's game with the Ravens could very well be like old joke about the two guys who meet in mid-air:
The falling guy says,"Do you know how to open this parachute?"The rising guy says, "Do you know how to light a gas stove?"
If the Giants manage to come out of this game with a win, and their recent track record says they will, the conversation will take a positive turn. Then only team that will be able to stop their playoff run is Philly. Uh oh.