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QB Eli Manning
Manning has struggled the last three weeks (just 10 combined fantasy points, ouch), but there's big rebound potential against the Packers. Over his last two games facing this defense, Manning has 677 passing yards and six touchdowns. No Charles Woodson or Sam Shields for the Packers' secondary should mean more production and scores for Manning.
WR Victor Cruz
As Manning has struggled, so has Cruz. Over his last three games, Cruz has just 10 catches and 10 total fantasy points. But like Manning, Cruz should have production potential against the Packers. Facing Cruz inside will likely be rookie Casey Hayward, who has played well this season but is still a young player. Cruz caught seven passes for 119 yards against the Packers during 2011's regular season.
WR Hakeem Nicks
Nicks has been the Packers' worst enemy over the last 12 months. In two games against Green Bay last season (including the playoffs), Nicks caught 14 passes for 253 yards and four touchdowns. And after a nine-catch performance in Week 10, Nicks appears to be healthy, too. Expect a healthy fantasy performance.
RB Andre Brown
While we don't love Ahmad Bradshaw (more later), Brown has some fantasy potential. The expectation Sunday night is that the Giants will have scoring chances, and some of those could come close to the goal line. Brown (with touchdowns in four straight games) is clearly the team's go-to back as the end zone nears, so another short score may be in the cards Sunday night.