New York Giants vs. Carolina Panthers: Preview and Prediction

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Eli Manning looks to knock down a heavily favirote undefeated team, yet again. Mandatory Credit: William Hauser-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Giants have a chance to knockdown the 13-0 Carolina Panthers, the NFL’s lone undefeated team tomorrow at MetLife stadium.

Big Blue has an act for ruining perfect seasons, as they did in Super Bowl XLII by taking down the 18-0 New England Patriots. The 2015 Giants are nothing like the 2007 Giants, but anything is possible and New York has a golden opportunity to play spoiler this week.

“It’s an exciting time for us. We are in the hunt here in the NFC East. This is a very, very good football team, an undefeated football team. We are excited to host them this weekend.”- Tom Coughlin”

The Panthers, who have already clinched a first-round playoff bye but not home-field advantage throughout the postseason. They hope to join the 2007 Patriots as the only teams to finish 16-0. For the Giants, they are 6-7 and tied for first place in the division with Philadelphia and Washington. And after coming off a victory in Miami on Monday night, they can still finish the season atop the NFC East.

Here’s the complete preview including everything you need to know before you tune into the big game tomorrow.

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