The New York Giants are coming off a disappointing loss to the Redskins last week, they look to rebound with a Monday night matchup in Minnesota, coverage begins at 7:30pm on 991 the Whale.

Eli and the offense will have their hands full against one of the league's best defensives, and the 12th man at the new U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota.

The Vikings are a little banged up on the offensive without their starting Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and Adrian Peterson, but they have still managed to win all three of their  games  this season.

The Giants have played three close games with the win margins a combines total of 5 points, the big blue offensive needs to start connecting. they have the talent but something has been off these past three games.

I think the defense has been pretty good, but we need more points and that will be the key to beating the Vikings on Monday Night.

I think we can keep the score down with our defense, providing we don't cough up the ball and give away easy scores.

The Minnesota defensive sacked Cam Newton 8 times last week, Eli doesn't like to get hit and he has thrown the ball into the hands of the other team many times trying to avoid contact.

The Giants will try and run the ball to keep the D-backs off Eli, but the stadium will be noisy so the Giants offensive line has to come together and avoid false starts and delay of game penalties.

Last year the Vikings blew us out and we haven't won in Minnesota since 2010, so look for a spirited game, especially from Odell and Victor.

Keeping with the Giants tradition this year, I think it will low scoring and come down to a last-minute drive.

Big Blue gets ready for a big NFC Monday Night matchup against the Vikings

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