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Week 6: NY Giants at the Buffalo Bills for Sunday Night Football
Get ready for this one. Of all the road contests for the Giants this year, this may be the most difficult one. The Bills have been in the Super Bowl conversation in recent seasons, only to see their hopes and dreams drop like a sack of potatoes in the playoffs. Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs and others are hoping this can be their year for a shot at the Lombardi Trophy.
In Week 6, the Bills will host the Giants for Sunday Night Football - we love this game. This is also going to be a great chance for the Giants to give everyone an idea of how far they can go this campaign. If the Bills post a blowout win over the Giants, it's going to be back-breaking for Big Blue. We don't think that will be the case, though.
Week 14: NY Giants vs. Green Bay Packers for Monday Night Football
Things are going to be a bit different in this Giants-Packers showdown, as Aaron Rodgers is now across town playing for the Jets and not Green Bay. Regardless of that, Jordan Love and Christian Watson will hope to send a message in this Monday Night Football matchup at MetLife Stadium late in the season.
The last time these two teams faced off, it was at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. Despite being major underdogs, the Giants pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the season, taking down Rodgers and the Packers. NY should be favored for this one, but don't sleep on Green Bay here. Love has the potential to be a stud quarterback. He could have a big game against NY's secondary.
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