The Green Bay Packers will play host to the New York Giants as the featured Sunday Night Football matchup in Week 5. The game will be broadcast, as usual, by NBC, with a live stream available online at NBC Sports.
Eli Manning, a two-time Super Bowl winner, will duel Aaron Rodgers, a two-time NFL MVP. But Manning has struggled a lot more than Rodgers has this season, once again having problems with interceptions. To make matters worse, the New York defense has yet to pick off a pass and the Giants are third-worst in the league in turnover differential at minus-eight.
Rodgers hasn't put up the yardage or completion percentage expected of one of the league's best quarterbacks, but he has seven touchdowns against just one interception this season. The Packers are also coming off their bye week, so they'll be even more prepared to face the Giants on Sunday.
Unsurprisingly, the Packers are favored when it comes to the betting lines. But what do experts think?
As far as experts are concerned, there are few who think the Giants can win it. Over at CBS Sports, seven of the eight experts think the Packers will win, with Jason La Canfora the only one picking New York. It's a similar spread over at ESPN, though none of their analysts picking the game are picking New York. All nine think the Packers will end up with a win on Sunday night.
Here at SB Nation, experts are siding with the ESPN analysts.
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All nine of the SB Nation experts, plus the OddsShark computer, think the Packers will win Sunday's game. The game will kickoff at 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC. An online stream will be available online via NBC Sports.