Once again, the NY Giants are underdogs leading up to a Sunday showdown. However, the fanbase has new-found belief in this team after they were able to take down the Washington Commanders in Week 11.
This time around, the New England Patriots will be making their way to MetLife Stadium. Saquon Barkley is coming off a two-touchdown performance, while Tommy DeVito tossed for three scores against the Commanders. What will these two and the rest of the G-Men playmakers be able to get done?
What time is the NY Giants vs. Patriots game?
It's an early start for Big Blue, with kickoff all set for 1 p.m. ET. There's going to be some rain in East Rutherford on Sunday morning, but things are expected to clear up in the afternoon.
How to watch the NY Giants vs. Patriots
If you're not heading to the stadium for this battle, you can catch the action via your local FOX affiliate. Streams of the contest will be available via the FOX Sports app, YouTube+, YouTube Premium, fubo.TV and more.
How to listen to the Giants vs. Pats game in Week 12
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. Patriots betting odds
As of this writing, the Patriots are 3.5-point favorites for Sunday's meeting, holding -184 moneyline odds. This is a bit of a surprise considering the Giants are the home team, but the oddsmakers don't have a ton of faith in Brian Daboll's men coming out on top.
Note: Betting odds and lines can change leading up to kickoff and during the game.
Latest NY Giants injury updates vs. the Patriots
The Giants are going to be a bit shorthanded on both sides of the ball. Right tackle Evan Neal has already been ruled out, while nose tackle Dexter Lawrence and wide receiver Darius Slayton are doubtful.
Lawrence is one of the best pass-rushers in the game, so not having him on the field is going to sting for this defense. Slayton is a stud receiver for Big Blue, so his absence will have a negative impact on the passing game.