Green Bay Packers superstar Aaron Rodgers continues to throw touchdowns at a prolific rate, even though no quarterback has been sacked more.
The New York Giants, meanwhile, are hopeful that Eli Manning's recent track record after bye weeks can help him avoid a career-worst fourth straight game without a TD pass.
The injury-plagued Packers are seeking a sixth straight victory Sunday night when they visit the Giants in a matchup of division leaders who have won the last two Super Bowls.
Green Bay (7-3) has used this streak to tie Chicago for first in the NFC North while New York (6-4) leads the East despite losing its last two games.
"Both teams this weekend, the last two Super Bowl winners, play," Giants coach Tom Coughlin said. "Each is in the lead in their division. So it's got a tremendous and exciting format."
These teams last met in the divisional playoffs last season when Manning threw for 330 yards and three scores to lead New York to a 37-20 upset of the 15-1 Packers, wh...