Rodgers and the Pack made it interesting against the Lions. Sunday night against the Giants will be a different story.
The Green Bay Packers have come a long way since their shocking losses to Seattle and Indianapolis earlier this season. The Packers' passing game has found its rhythm and the running game is doing just enough to help out A-Rodg and the talented receiving corps.
The Packers will finally have a chance to exact revenge against the team that dashed their postseason hopes after a 15-1 regular season.
The Packers offense will have to get the better of a tough Giants defense.
Here are five areas that the Packers offense will exploit in Big Blue's defense.
Jermichael Finley decided to show up against the Lions.
Green Bay has been all about the passing game since Aaron Rodgers burst on to the scene. The Packers have the 11th-best passing game thanks to their great receivers and MVP quarterback.
Green Bay's passing game is getting better as the season goes on. Jordy Nelson is getting healthy, Jermichael Finley has decided to perform again and Randall Cobb has emerged as one of the most dangerous players in the NFL.
Green Bay's passing game is going to be a huge issue for New York on Sunday.
New York ranks just 25th against the pass. The Giants have had a hard time shutting down big-play receivers. In their two games against elite receivers the Giants gave up a 51-yard touchdown to Mike Wallace in a loss to the Steelers and gave up 85 yards and a touchdown to AJ Green in a loss to the Bengals.
The Packers will be attacking the Giants with more than one very strong receiver, something Big Blue won't be able to handle.
Aaron Rodgers hasn't been his usual dominant self, but is still playing at a very high level.
Aaron Rodgers is a playmaker. Some of his best plays come after being rushed out of the pocket.
Rodgers alone will be a nightmare for the Giants defense on NBC on Sunday night. The Giants haven't been able to handle playmaking quarterbacks so far this season.
The gunslinging Tony Romo and the Cowboys handed the Giants a loss in Week 1, Michael Vick's playmaking ability lead the Eagles to a 19-17 win over the G-Men and they barely contained RGIII and the Redskins in a very close game in Week 7.
The Giants have had a tough time with versatile quarterbacks all season, and Aaron Rodgers is one of the best in the business.
James Starks, Alex Green and Aaron Rodgers haven't been the best running game in the NFL, but they've been doing just enough to get teams off balance.
The Giants’ running defense has improved throughout the season, making the G-Men the 13th-best team against the run.
The Packers, however, have no normal running game. Green Bay looked to go back to one elite back again this season until Cedric Benson went down with an injury. Since then, Alex Green and James Starks have taken over the rushing duties.
Starks' and Green's numbers certainly aren't staggering, but they don't need to be. The Packers offense is focused on opening the pass game, and through the last few weeks, they've done it.
Most teams wouldn't look at the Packers and worry about the run, which is why they're so dangerous. If the Giants come in dedicated to stopping the pass, Aaron Rodgers will be able to tear them up with his legs or by handing off to Green or Starks.
Randall Cobb has had an insane sophomore campaign in the NFL; he'll keep rolling against the Giants on Sunday night.
Randall Cobb has had an amazing season. Cobb has over 500 yards receiving with seven touchdowns through the air. It doesn't stop there. Cobb has also run the ball for over 100 yards on eight carries and has over 800 yards returning punts and kicks.
Cobb alone will be able to exploit the Giants defense in all aspects of the game. Cobb lines up in the backfield, slot and split wide depending on the play, which makes him very hard to stop.
If the Giants don't make a concerted effort to focus on Cobb, he'll tear them up all day.
If the Giants do focus on Cobb, what do they do about Jordy, Jermichael and James Jones?
Expect Cobb to give the Giants headaches all night long.
Linval Joseph is just one of the many big injuries on the Big Blue defense.
One of the biggest weaknesses of the Giants defense is something that the Packers don't even have to try to exploit...injuries.
The Giants defense has some major injuries. Kenny Phillips has been dealing with a knee injury for the last few seasons, Keith Rivers has a nagging knee after a car accident during the bye week and Linval Joseph has been dealing with injuries throughout the season.
The Giants will need a lot of stellar individual performances on Sunday to stop the high-powered Packers offense, but having players out with injuries or guys playing hurt could be a huge factor in the outcome of the game.