The Patriots will beat the Giants this Saturday.
ESPN, as well as much of the rest of the country is trying to hype this game up more than it needs to be. New England is 15-0, haven't lost a game in what feels like forever, and the Giants are the second-worst playoff-bound team in the history of the NFL (Last year's G-Men take the cake).
The game is supposed to be on the NFL Network which would normally be viewed by roughly 8% of NFL fans, 100% of them being at some sports bar because no one has the NFL Network. But the lovely National Football League will be putting this monumental game on NBC and CBS. It is the most widely simulcast game in the history of football, or television.
It has gotten so pathetic that StubHub.com has a ridiculous amount of tickets on sale for this game because even the die-hard Giant fan would love to make a quick buck off this hype instead of going to see their team take a worse beating than Tina Turner. I saw a luxury box on sale for over $26,000 (If you don't believe me, check it out for yourself).
Bottom line: The Patriots are going to win Saturday, and maybe every game they play ever again.
PS- I'm not even putting a picture to go along with this entry, if you'd like to know why, Google search images "Eli Manning", and just look at the first picture. I just started laughing because I didn't think Eli was old enough to drink.