4 bold predictions for the Giants vs. Saints including a New York upset

Tommy DeVito and the Giants are hungry for yet another upset win

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3. The Giants defense forces 2-3 turnovers

We've got to talk about the electric play of the Giants defense during their three-game winning streak. Defensive coordinator Wink Martindale has turned his unit into a turnover machine, with Jordan Love having one of his worst games of the season against the G-Men on Monday night. Could more strong play from the D be on the way vs. New Orleans?

Ever since the Giants defense let up 49 points to the Dallas Cowboys almost a month ago, they have allowed 20 points or more in only one out of their last three games. They've been getting after the quarterback by applying pressure, forcing turnovers and have simply played well. And their last game against the Packers was no different.

Over their last three games combined, they've forced nine turnovers and have simply balled out on defense. And with Saints quarterback Derek Carr not 100 percent and top playmakers for the Saints like Taysom Hill and Rashid Shaheed questionable this week, as well as wide receivers Chris Olave and Michael Thomas also not at 100 percent, this Giants defense has a chance to play well again. Could 2-3 turnovers be on the way? We think so.