New York Giants

Game Preview: New York Giants vs. Indianapolis Colts

The New York Giants will host the Indianapolis Colts at MetLife Stadium on November 3, for a Monday Night Football matchup that will pit the NFC East division’s third-ranked team against the AFC South division’s top-ranked team. Although the Giants are facing a team with the league’s highest-rated offense and an impressive 5-3 record, New York will have its own advantages going into Monday’s game. Not only will the New York Giants have a home field advantage, they will also be more rested than the Colts after coming off a bye week in Week 8 of the season. Secure your New York Giants season ticket rights and Giants parking pass today with a discount New York Giants PSL! On the other hand, despite sustaining a five-game winning streak from Week 3 to Week 7, the Colts have most recently come off a demoralizing 51-34 rout at the hands of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Still, with just nine weeks left in the season and a 3-4 record, the Giants are playing with their collective backs up against the wall.

“It’s good to have a home game, especially on Monday night,” said Giants QB Eli Manning in an interview with the press. “I haven’t had many of those in my career so it should be a great atmosphere and a good crowd.” The atmosphere at MetLife Stadium will be especially festive on Monday night as over 100 former Giants players will be in attendance to honor 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Michael Strahan during a special halftime ceremony in which he will be presented with his Hall of Fame Ring of Excellence. Make sure that you always have a perfect seat at MetLife Stadium with a quality Giants PSL from PSL Source! As far as injuries, Giants cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is listed as questionable, while defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is listed as probable. DT Cullen Jenkins and RB Rashad Jennings will both be out with a calf and a knee injury, respectively. On the other side, RB Ahmad Bradshaw, CB Vontae Davis, LB D’Qwell Jackson, and WR Reggie Wayne are all listed as probable for the Colts, while DT Arthur Jones, LB Josh McNary, and LB Erik Walden are all listed as out. After the Colts game, the New York Giants will hit the road to take on the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, November 9.