NY Giants vs. Cardinals Time, Location, Streaming, Odds & More: Everything you need to know

The Giants are facing a must-win game vs. the Cardinals on Sunday
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Will the NY Giants be able to bounce back this weekend? This is what fans are hoping for, as they want to wipe away the terrible memories from last Sunday's 40-0 loss as soon as possible. This Sunday, the G-Men have a great chance to improve to 1-1.

However, the Arizona Cardinals are going to do everything in their power to try and have Big Blue go 0-2 to start the campaign. How will things go down? We can't wait to find out. In this piece, we've got you covered with everything you need to know leading up to kickoff.

What time is the NY Giants vs. Cardinals game?

Get yourself ready for Sunday's showdown, as the Giants will be taking the field at 4:05 PM ET for this matchup. No, it's not going to be in primetime like Week 1, but there's going to be plenty of urgency for this team once the action arrives. This battle will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

How to watch the Giants vs. Cardinals in Week 2

If you're not hopping on a plane and heading to Glendale, you can catch the action on Sunday afternoon on your local FOX station. Streaming wise, you'll be able to watch the game on the FOX Sports app. Additionally, via a subscription, you can also watch on NFL+, YouTube Primetime and YouTube TV.

NY Giants vs. Arizona Cardinals betting odds

The Giants are currently 4.5-point favorites going up against the Cardinals, with the over/under set at 39.5 points. The oddsmakers think this will be a low-scoring affair, but the pressure will be on the NY offense to step their game up.

Latest NY Giants injury news

There's some good and bad news here. On the positive side, there's a chance that left tackle Andrew Thomas plays in this game. He'll be a game-time decision with his hamstring issue. In some negative news, pass-rusher Azeez Ojulari is doubtful with his hamstring problem. Ojulari missed 10 games last year with multiple injuries.

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