The New York Giants will host the Cincinnati Bengals in a Prime Time Monday Night Matchup, coverage begins at 7:30pm on 991 The Whale.

The Giants have found some chemistry on both sides of the ball and have won three consecutive games keeping them in playoff contention.

Eli Manning and Odell Beckham have connected on some touchdown passes and even though the running game is still sluggish, they have moved the ball on the ground a few times to keep drives going.

The Giants offensive line will have to pay attention to the Bengals defensive front four, they can get to the quarterback, so protecting Eli and giving him enough time to find an open man on passing plays will be a key part of the game.

The Offensive line also needs to open up some lanes to allow the Giants some kind of rushing game, they have less then 100 yards running the ball in 6 of their 8 games this season.

The Giants Defense needs to stop the pass attack with the Bengals top receiver AJ Green and Quarterback Andy Dalton.

I hate to keep bringing it back to the Giants offensive line' but that has been a big problem for the past 4 years and you have to wonder why it continues  year after year.

The Giants really need a win here to keep pace in the NFC East, The Eagles, Redskins and Cowboys all won on Sunday and the Giants can maintain the number 2 spot in the East with a win tonight.

The New York Giants  will host the Cincinnati Bengals  in a prime time Monday night matchup, catch all the action with Bob Papa and company starting with the Pre-Game show on Monday at 7:30pm and keep it here after the game for head coach Ben McAdoo's press conference and team interviews on your station for NY Giants Football 991 the whale.

Go Giants!