The Giants are the number two team in the NFC East, and they’re currently riding a five-game winning streak and a 2-1 record heading into Sunday’s game against the Giants.
They’ve won seven of their last nine and are playing without All-Pro linebacker Jon Beason (knee) and quarterback Eli Manning (hip), who will not return.
The Giants rank third in the league with 7,922 points scored and sixth in total offense with 2,890 yards.
Their defense has allowed only two touchdowns and just four points over its last six games.
New York is on pace for an average of 6.9 yards per play, good for second in the AFC East behind New England.
If the Giants can keep this up they should be able to overcome the Giants defense and be in the hunt for a playoff berth.
The rest of the NFC West is coming down to the wire, with San Francisco and Oakland still in the mix.
The Chargers and Broncos are battling for the last playoff spot in the division.
San Francisco will need to come back from a 16-point fourth quarter deficit on Sunday if it wants to avoid a third consecutive loss to the Giants on the road.
The Raiders are also playing with their eyes on the postseason and could be favored to make it to the Super Bowl if they can win out.