The Green Bay Packers may face their toughest competition on Sunday against the New York Giants, a team that has been a master at spoiling streaking teams, doing it twice to the New England Patriots, and once to the 13-0 Denver Broncos in 1998.
However, that isn't the only thing going for the Giants. They have a tough defense, led by defensive ends Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyiora. While Umenyiora is out this week, they still have plenty of players on this defense to make it a very formidable front.
They also have an offense led by Eli Manning, and while they can be prone to turnovers at times, they have played quite well this season, despite a three-game losing streak.
The Giants have their late-season woes, and with a tough schedule ahead of them, it will be hard for them to find themselves in the playoffs. But here are five reasons why the Packers and Giants could meet each other again in January.