In the end, it will come down to the two leaders of each team.
Eli Manning vs. Aaron Rodgers.
In the game they played at MetLife Stadium last December, both quarterbacks had an outstanding game.
Manning was 23-for-40 with 347 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.
Rodgers was 28-for-46 with 369 yards, four touchdowns and one interception.
What that game came down to was Rodgers having the ball last, as he drove the Packers down the field and set up Mason Corsby's game-winning 30-yard field goal.
In the playoff game in January at Lambeau Field, it was a totally different story.
Rodgers was 26-for-46 with 264 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.
Manning was 21-for-33 with 330 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.
What also helped was that during the playoff game, Rodgers was sacked four times and the Packers had four turnovers in the game.
If this game is close, it could come down to whoever has the ball last.
But if not, whichever team creates the most pressure causes the most turnovers and makes the fewest mistakes should end up with the victory on Sunday.
Those mistakes definitely tie into Rodgers and Manning, because the quarterback who ends up having the better game out of the two usually has their team winning the game.
It should be a very fun game to watch on Sunday night at MetLife Stadium.