Ok. The Pats are coming off a tough loss against Pittsburgh. The Giants are coming off a win where they barely squeaked by the lowly Dolphins.. The Giants will be without their best RB in Ahmad Bradshaw. They will probably also be without their best WR in Hakeem Nicks. They still have some good WRs in Manningham and Cruz. Jake Ballard is adequate at TE. Without Bradshaw, the Giants also loose a very good receiving threat out of the backfield. The Giants boast one of the worst rushing offenses in the league, relying on Eli to be the man. The Pats have issues in their secondary. They are back to McCourty and Arrington being the starters. Antwan Molden did a horrible job last week on the outside with Arrington moving to the "STAR" position. Adams was slightly better than Molden. But that's not saying much. The Giants run defense is horrible. With the Pats having 5 RBS, they should focus on using the RUN to set up the Pass. That will go a long way to beating the Giants and neutralizing their pass rush. A pass rush that has given the Pats issues.. When the Giants are on offense, they have to focus on shutting Manning down. And that will be aided by Nicks being doubtful and Bradshaw already being listed as out. They don't have to really worry about Manning running the ball, so collapsing the pocket and getting pressure on him is the key. Manning has shown he is susceptable to the interception much more so than his big brother and I think the Pats secondary and pass rush can have a big game.. That is, of course, as long as they do their jobs, which includes getting their hands up and blocking throwing lanes.