The Green Bay Packers continue their remarkable season this year as they head into the week a perfect 11-0 and face what many believe will be the last true test for the Packers, the New York Giants.
The Giants may be considered a test for the Packers, but the truth is, the Packers will be facing more winning records then losing. They face the Detroit Lions and the Chicago Bears each one more time, as well as the Oakland Raiders who are fighting for the division. The only team with a losing they will face is the Kansas City Chiefs.
The most interesting match up in this game will come down to the Packers offensive line and the Giants defensive line. In 2007 we saw the Giants take down the”unbeatable” New England Patriots with their great pass rush, can the Giants take the Packers down?
This will only happen if they get pressure on quarterback Aaron Rodgers and can revive their running game. Does it happen this week? The gut feeling is no, but if the winds pick up in the meadow lands this Sunday, expect it to be an extremely close game. The Packers come away 12-0 with a 34-27 win.
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Written by Noah Hanstedt
Born and raised in the small town of Neenah, WI. Grew up watching Green Bay Packers football with my late father. Been writing about sports for 5 years now and hope to continue becoming a stronger writer and an even better man.