It’s a simple equation for the New York Giants. Win your final two games, and you make the playoffs with no questions asked.
The Giants have found themselves in the same position just one year ago, 7-7 and needing to win their last two games to make the postseason.
The Giants beat the Jets on Christmas Eve, and then beat the Dallas Cowboys on New Years Day to secure the NFC East and host their first playoff game at MetLife Stadium.
The Giants head into Baltimore with an 8-6 record, and coming off an embarrassing 34-0 loss to the Falcons last week. Lucky for the Giants, they are playing a Raven team that has dropped three games in a row.
It seems an evenly matched game between the two teams on Sunday with both teams battling injuries. The Ravens Ray Lewis may return this Sunday, but who knows what effect he will have. The same goes for Terrell Suggs, who had torn his bicep muscle. Suggs played against Denver last week but was ineffective in the 34-17 loss.