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Packers vs. Giants on Monday Night Football predictions, odds, injury report: Live updates, kickoff time and how to watch
Jordan Love and Packers look to stay hot on the road against the Giants on Monday Night Football.

Matt Schneidman, Dan Duggan, Charlotte Carroll and The Athletic NFL Staff
December 11, 2023 at 3:30 PM PST
Packers vs. Giants on Monday Night Football predictions, odds, injury report: Live updates, kickoff time and how to watch
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The Athletic NFL Staff

Packers at Giants on MNF: Start time, odds and how to watch
The Packers take on the Giants tonight as part of Monday Night Football’s simultaneous doubleheader. Kickoff is at 8:15 p.m. ET on ABC and can be streamed on NFL+ and ESPN+.

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The Athletic NFL Staff
32m ago

The Athletic NFL Staff

How can I watch both Monday Night Football games tonight?
There will be two Monday Night Football games being played simultaneously later tonight:

Packers at Giants on ABC
Titans at Dolphins on ESPN
Both games kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET and can be streamed on NFL+ and ESPN+.

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KC Joyner
48m ago

KC Joyner
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Contributor, NFL & Fantasy

Betting odds percentages for Packers-Giants
BetMGM recently added an element that shows what percentage of standard odds wagers are being placed on either team in a matchup.

Here are how those odds have played out thus far for tonight’s Packers-Giants game.

Spread (Packers -5.5)

Green Bay: 74 percent
New York: 26 percent
Total points (37)

Over: 62 percent
Under: 38 percent
Moneyline

Green Bay: 86 percent
New York: 14 percent

KC Joyner
51m ago

KC Joyner
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Contributor, NFL & Fantasy

Betting odds trends for Packers-Giants
For those considering placing a wager on tonight’s Packers-Giants game, here are some odds trends courtesy TruMedia.

All five of the Giants home games this year have hit the under in total points. The over/under in total points for this matchup is 37, per BetMGM.

Green Bay is 3-0 against the spread in its last three games. The Packers are listed at -5.5 points for this matchup, per BetMGM.
Green Bay is 5-1 against the spread against teams with losing records in 2023.
Green Bay is 1-5 in its last six as a road favorite.
Green Bay is 4-1 against the spread in its last five as a favorite.
Green Bay is 1-4 in its last five road games.

Jason Rossi
1h ago

Jason Rossi

Packers vs. Giants line, odds and predictions
The Green Bay Packers’ impressive win over the Kansas City Chiefs was their third straight and moved them into the seventh spot in the NFC playoff race. Two straight wins have put some polish on what has been a miserable season for the New York Giants. The Packers enter as the favorites on the road.

Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET Monday at MetLife Stadium. The game will be broadcast on ABC.

Read the picks and updated odds here.

Packers vs. Giants line, odds and predictions: All our experts like Green Bay to extend its streak
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Dan Duggan
2h ago

Dan Duggan
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Staff Writer, Giants

Will Giants’ coach Brian Daboll part ways with all 3 of his coordinators?
Will Giants’ coach Brian Daboll part ways with all 3 of his coordinators?
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The Giants mailbag is overflowing, as usual. So I’m going to separate the hundreds (seriously!) of responses into two mailbags — this one and another to run later.

Today’s installment will cover the big-picture questions surrounding the coaching staff, front office and ownership. Questions about individual players and on-field topics will come later. And to those who sent questions about the draft and free agency, there will be plenty of time to discuss those topics down the road. There’s more than enough to tackle with the current team/season, so let’s get to it.

Will Giants’ coach Brian Daboll part ways with all 3 of his coordinators? Mailbag, Part 1
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Matt Schneidman
3h ago

Matt Schneidman
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Staff Writer, Packers

Packers WR Malik Heath savors emergence after college turmoil
When he woke up after 15 minutes unconscious, Malik Heath started hitting himself to make sure he wasn’t paralyzed.

It was Dec. 2, 2021, and an 18-wheeler had just crashed into the driver’s side door of a car Heath was driving. Heath, then a senior wide receiver at Mississippi State, said he wasn’t wearing a seatbelt.

The Clarion-Ledger reported at the time that Heath’s car was hit when he crossed the northbound lane of a Mississippi highway to head south and that police said there was no reason to suspect at the time that drugs or alcohol played a role in the accident.

Heath remembers regaining consciousness in his car — he said it took a long time for an ambulance to arrive — and wondering what had happened as he looked out the window, no longer in the driver’s seat as the crash had vaulted him across the car.

Once he exited the passenger’s side door, Heath said he started wheezing. He began coughing up blood shortly after arriving at the hospital. He said not only did both of his lungs collapse, but also that he broke his entire rib cage and ruptured his liver.

It was at the hospital in Mississippi that Heath again lost consciousness. He thought he was dying.

“Once I had passed out,” Heath said, “thought I was gone.

“I felt me fading away. I can’t explain it.”

The first hospital didn’t have the necessary equipment to treat him, Heath said, so he was airlifted in a helicopter to a Memphis hospital. Heath remembers regaining consciousness mid-flight.

Barely more than two years later, the 23-year-old undrafted rookie lifts his left arm in front of his locker inside Lambeau Field, revealing a scar below his left armpit. That’s where doctors inserted a tube to help expand his lungs and save his life.

Read more here.

Packers WR Malik Heath savors emergence after college turmoil, brush with death
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Larry Holder
4h ago

Larry Holder
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Senior Writer, NFL

Why NFL and ESPN decided to broadcast concurrent ‘Monday Night Football’ games in Week 14
Welcome to Phase 3 of the NFL’s “Monday Night Football” viewership experiment this season.

This one involves two games on two channels at the same time, yet under the same company umbrella. Week 14 will present the Green Bay Packers at the New York Giants on ABC and the Tennessee Titans at the Miami Dolphins on ESPN with both contests starting at 8:15 p.m. ET.

The games were originally scheduled when the league released the 2023 slate earlier this year. But recently, ESPN announced that it’s added “Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli,” or ManningCast for the less formal crowd, to air simultaneously on ESPN2.

Read more here.

Why NFL and ESPN decided to broadcast concurrent ‘Monday Night Football’ games in Week 14
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Dan Duggan
5h ago

Dan Duggan
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Staff Writer, Giants

How Giants backups have revealed Daniel Jones’ flaws
There were so many questions in the mailbag that I had to separate my answers into two parts. I covered the big-picture coaching staff questions on Tuesday.

Today, I focus on the players.

How Giants backups have revealed Daniel Jones’ flaws, Evan Neal’s future and more: Mailbag, Part 2
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How Giants backups have revealed Daniel Jones’ flaws, Evan Neal’s future and more: Mailbag, Part 2

Jason Starrett
6h ago

Jason Starrett
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Deputy Managing Editor, NFL/College Football

Packers riding league-best December win streak
The Packers’ win over the Chiefs in Week 13 was their 16th straight in the month of December, the longest active streak in the NFL and the longest overall since the Chargers won 19 straight December games from 2006-09.

Green Bay’s last loss in December came in Week 17 of 2018, the final game before Matt LaFleur was hired as head coach.

Zak Keefer
6h ago

Zak Keefer
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Staff Writer, National

What we’ve learned (so far) in NFL Week 14
It might be time to start taking the Dallas Cowboys seriously as Super Bowl contenders.

Because they’ve never looked better in the Dak Prescott era, and their quarterback’s never played better.

The knock that’s trailed the Cowboys throughout this season — their lack of a signature victory over a legit contender — was silenced quite convincingly Sunday night. Dallas whupped the Philadelphia Eagles 33-13 in a game the Cowboys were in control of from the start.

That means there’s a three-team tie atop the NFC, with the 49ers, Cowboys and Eagles all 10-3. San Francisco owns tiebreakers over both due to head-to-head victories this season, and the Cowboys’ 4-1 division record gives them a slight edge over the Eagles, who are 3-1 in the NFC East. But with four games to play, plenty can change.

In Kansas City earlier Sunday, a Kadarius Toney penalty — he lined up offsides before a pivotal fourth-quarter snap — cost the Chiefs the play of the year, allowing the Bills to escape with a much-needed 20-17 win that keeps their playoff hopes alive. Patrick Mahomes was irate after the loss, screaming and slamming his helmet on the sideline, then venting in his postgame news conference.

On a rain-soaked afternoon in Baltimore, Lamar Jackson thrilled the home crowd with a 13-play touchdown drive late, then Tylan Wallace — returning the first punt of his regular-season career — added the exclamation point in overtime, taking back a Rams’ punt for a 76-yard, walk-off score.

With the 37-31 victory, the Ravens are the AFC’s first team to 10 wins, though the Dolphins (9-3) can match them Monday night, when they host the Titans. With Kansas City and Jacksonville losing Sunday, it’s looking like the top seed — and the coveted first-round bye — will come down to Baltimore or Miami.

In Cleveland, Joe Flacco proved he’s here to stay — at least for the rest of the season, leading the Browns to an upset of the Jaguars.

In Los Angeles, the Chargers’ fourth loss in five games was further dampened by the news that franchise quarterback Justin Herbert fractured his right index finger. His season could be done; the Chargers’ playoff hopes already are.

In Las Vegas, the Vikings managed just a measly field goal — and that was still enough to beat the Raiders, who lost their third straight. It was the NFL’s first 3-0 game since 2007.

In San Francisco, Brock Purdy and the 49ers notched their second five-game winning streak of the season, beating the Seahawks for the second time in three weeks.

In Cincinnati, Jake Browning won his second start in six days, leading the resurgent Bengals to a 20-point win over the Colts.

Meanwhile, cause for concern in Detroit? The Lions haven’t looked right in weeks, and suffered their second loss in three games Sunday in Chicago, falling to the lowly Bears 28-13. At 9-4, Dan Campbell’s team is still in front in the NFC North, but the Lions are not playing anything close to their best football.

Here’s what stood out from Sunday of NFL Week 14.

What we learned in NFL Week 14: The Cowboys make a statement, frustrations bubbling over in K.C. and more
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What we learned in NFL Week 14: The Cowboys make a statement, frustrations bubbling over in K.C. and more

Dan Duggan
6h ago

Dan Duggan
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Staff Writer, Giants

Giants WR Jalin Hyatt is learning to play faster
Jalin Hyatt was searching for answers.

The New York Giants rookie wide receiver averaged 105.6 yards per game last year as college football’s Biletnikoff Award winner at Tennessee. But that production hadn’t carried over to the NFL consistently for the third-round pick.

Hyatt averaged 20.1 yards in the first 11 games of the season, failing to record a catch in five games. Determined to produce more, Hyatt went to coach Brian Daboll’s office to ask how he could make a bigger impact before the Giants’ Week 12 game against the Patriots.

“It was stuff where I was thinking it was me,” Hyatt said. “Coming from Tennessee, my last year I was almost getting the ball every play. I understand this is the NFL and obviously things are completely different up here. That’s something I had to adjust to. It was kind of hard for me.”

Daboll coached wide receivers for five years earlier in his career, so he understands how challenging it can be for a rookie to adjust to not being the focal point of the offense.

“I’ve been impressed with how he’s handled that because it’s not always easy to handle when you’re a receiver,” Daboll said. “I just said, ‘Stay with it. I have so much confidence in you. You’ve done everything we’ve asked you to do. I love you. When the ball comes your way, you go ahead and make that play, which I know you can do.’”

Daboll said there was nothing prophetic about his message, but his encouragement paid off when Hyatt exploded for five catches and 109 yards in a 10-7 win over the Patriots. The hope is that the breakout game is the start of a trend rather than an aberration.

Read more here.

Giants WR Jalin Hyatt is learning to play faster, a scary proposition for NFL defenses
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Mike Sando
6h ago

Mike Sando
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Senior Writer, NFL

Packers’ perfect December under Matt LaFleur is impressive, but not mysterious
Oddsmakers favor Green Bay by 6.5 on the road against the Giants on Monday night. The fat point spread is a great place to start when explaining why the team has never lost in December since LaFleur took over in 2019.

The Packers have done a good job in those games, but they should not necessarily embrace narratives about “learning how to finish” or “playing our best ball in December” — tempting as it might be to suggest they’ve found an edge.

Entering Week 14, the teams with the best December records since the Packers hired LaFleur — Green Bay (16-0), Kansas City (16-2), Dallas (13-4) and Tampa Bay (12-5) — had something else in common.

These teams also were the ones favored to win their December games by the highest average margins: Kansas City (-7.9), Green Bay (-5.7), Dallas (-5.2) and Tampa Bay (-4.6).

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