In recent weeks, it seems as though Eli Manning and the New York Giants have come unhinged. They haven't won since beating Dallas 29-24 on October 28 and Eli Manning has not thrown a touchdown pass since a win against the Redskins on October 21.
In that same span, the Giants have gone 2-2 (losing their last two games) and Manning has thrown six interceptions and lost a fumble. He has also failed to top 215 yards in four of his last five games while also completing 53.6 percent of his passes or less in three games during that stretch.
These are not numbers we are accustomed to seeing from the Super Bowl defending champion Giants nor from their two-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback. Facing a surging Packers team who have won their last five games, can Manning turn the Giants around?