The New York Giants enter their matchup with the Arizona Cardinals on a two-game winning streak, while the Cardinals are on a two-game losing streak.
The Giants should be favored, and rightfully so.
After slipping up against the Washington Redskins, 28-14, in Week 1, they have been running on all cylinders the past two weeks, scoring 28 and 29 points, respectively, and allowing 16 points each week.
When the Giants fell to the Redskins, two things happened: quarterback Eli Manning was under constant pressure and the running game wasn't strong.
Against the Redskins, Manning was sacked four times and hit seven times. He threw an interception and had a passer rating of 70.8. His running game only gained 75 yards on the ground.
In two victories, the Giants had 102 yards or more rushing and Manning was sacked three times or less.
The Cardinals have the offense to win a shootout, so if the defense can get to Manning and shut down the running game, they should be able to knock off the Giants in Week 4.