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

The G-Men are ready for their last primetime showdown of the season

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Will the NY Giants be able to make it three wins in a row? After back-to-back victories over the Commanders and Patriots, the G-Men are ready to get back on the field following their bye week. This time, it's a Monday Night Football matchup against the Packers.

Green Bay is riding high, as Jordan Love and Co. were able to post a memorable upset win over Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs last Sunday night. With Tommy DeVito set for his fourth start, there will be a ton of pressure on the youngster. Will Big Blue be able to improve to 5-8?

What time is the NY Giants vs. Packers game? 

With this being the Monday Night Football contest, kickoff in East Rutherford is all set for 8:15 p.m. ET. MetLife Stadium is expected to be packed for this one too.

How to watch the NY Giants vs. Packers

With this being the MNF tilt, you can catch the action live on TV via ABC/ESPN on a national broadcast. Additional streams will be available via Watch ESPN, fubo.TV., YouTube TV and more.

How to listen to the Giants vs. Packers game in Week 14

TV of course isn't the only way for you to follow the action from start to finish, as you can also stay caught up via the radio. Options include WFAN in New York on 660AM and 101.9 FM.

NY Giants vs. Packers betting odds

As of this writing, the Packers are six-point favorites and hold -320 moneyline betting odds to take down the Giants. New York, despite being the home team, is a major underdog: they hold +260 moneyline odds.

Note: betting odds can change before and after kickoff for MNF.

Latest NY Giants injury updates vs. the Packers

It's up in the air if star defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence will be able to play or not, as the All-Pro DT is still dealing with a hamstring issue which caused him to miss the game vs. New England. Darren Waller (hamstring) is also not able to practice and he's not expected to return to action until next week at the earliest.