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When the Green Bay Packers take on the New York Giants at Lambeau Field, many will be expecting an upset by the Giants, who are being compared to the Super Bowl-winning team of 2008.
But if Charles Woodson has anything to say about it, the Giants' run will be stopped cold in Green Bay.
Both teams have high-flying offenses, and both teams have struggled defensively this year, so it wouldn't be a surprise to see a high final score. But the age-defying Woodson has had an outstanding year, collecting 74 tackles, seven picks, two sacks and a forced fumble. I expect him to be all over the field again as he tries to make another Super Bowl run before his eventual retirement.
Woodson is a ball-hawk who could end up sealing the deal by creating a turnover, but either way, I think he'll make Eli Manning work hard for his yards.