NFL Picks And Predictions Week 13: Packers Vs. Giants

Do the experts think the Green Bay Packers can stay undefeated against the New York Giants?

The Green Bay Packers are still undefeated and will look to remain that way against the New York Giants, but do the experts think they can?

Peter King of Sports Illustrated likes the Packers to win:

Green Bay Packers (11-0) at New York Giants (6-5)
I was in New Orleans Monday night. Let's just say I'm being very nice to Tom Coughlin, Perry Fewell and whatever defense it was that those guys put on the field to give Green Bay only 31 points here.

The folks over at ESPN seem to like the Packers, but Chris Mortenson and Adam Schefter pick the Giants.

Peter Schrager of Fox Sports likes the Packers to win big:

Green Bay at New York Giants: You know that fat guy outside the window in the Aaron Rodgers State Farm commercial? I like that guy. He's funny. What Aaron Rodgers is going to do to that Giants defense on Sunday? There will be nothing humorous about it. With just six days to prepare a defensive game plan, this could get really ugly, really fast. I know a Giants team worse than this ended the '98 Broncos undefeated season in a situation awfully similar to this. That doesn't mean anything. Packers win, and Packers win big.
The Pick: Packers 34, Giants 17

For more on the Packers head over to Acme Packing Company. For more on the Giants, check out Big Blue VIew.

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