1. The Giants will pull off another upset win
At 5-8, the Giants now have a lot to play for. When this team was 2-8, people were calling for Brian Daboll to be fired and no one was even thinking about the postseason. Fast forward to present time and the G-Men are right in the thick of things thanks to a three-game winning streak. The No. 7 seed could actually be in the cards.
Sunday, they're taking on a Saints team (in the NFC South title race) not playing their best football, as they've dropped three out of their last four. New Orleans is also incredibly banged up. Carr can't seem to keep himself on the field this season, which has been a major concern.
Carr is also turning the ball over again. This weekend, he'll face a Giants defense that is gettng better with each game. Imagine Dexter Lawrence and Kayvon Thibodeaux applying consistent pressure on him from start to finish in Week 15. Yeah, that's not going to be fun for him. If the Giants defense steps up, we have a feeling DeVito and Saquon Barkley will do more than enough on offense to help the Giants come out on top. Giants 24, Saints 17? Book it.