Who doesn't like early morning football? Well, at least people on the East Coast anyway, since everyone on the west side of this country is used to some early kickoffs.
Heading to Tottenham Hostspur Stadium in London, both will have to work through the jet lag, and the 9:30am EST kickoff.
The Giants and Packer are both 3-1 straight up, with the Giants winning 20-12 over the Bears in Week 4, and the Packers getting a 27-24 win over the Patriots.
The running back duo of Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon will be a problem for the Giants' mediocre rush defense, and with the chemistry starting to grow between Rodgers and his young receivers at bit as well, you can see the Packers come together.
In the end, Rodgers still clearly counts on Allen Lazard, who had 116 yards receiving on six catches and eight targets, but the incremental growth is there, with a run game that can still supplement that development.
Matt Lafleur is 12-1 ATS in October games while coaching Green Bay, and the Packers are 2-2 ATS so far this season.
The Giants sit not only at 3-1 straight up but 3-1 ATS, having one of the more surprising starts in the NFL.
Rookie head coach Brian Daboll now sits tied for the fifth-best odds to win Coach of the Year (+1600) on FanDuel), while the Giants are No. 1 in rushing yards per game at 192.5.
What they do in the air has been an issue here though, with New York now 31st at 139.5 passing yards per game.
There's no home-field advantage here, but you can still feel better about Green Bay heading into Sunday. New York struggles stopping the run, and the Packers are just more talented. Matt Lafleur is also 33-11 straight up against conference opponents while coaching Green Bay. Give me the Packers' moneyline.
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