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Giants vs. Packers: 5 Players to Watch

The Giants will look to break their losing streak at home against the Green Bay Packers, who sit atop the NFC North with an 8-3 record (3-0 in their division). The Giants won their past two matchups against the Packers at MetLife Stadium in 2012 (38-10) and 2013 (27-13).

Here are five players to watch:

**QB DANIEL JONES:** The sixth overall pick will become the 14th quarterback since the 1970 merger to start his first NFL game in a Giants uniform.

QB DANIEL JONES: He needs 42 yards to break Charlie Conerly's record for most passing yards by Giants rookie QB (2,175).

RB SAQUON BARKLEY: Barkley, who had 80 yards from scrimmage in his first game back from an ankle injury, faces a Lions defense giving up 139.2 rushing yards per game.

RB SAQUON BARKLEY: Green Bay allows 4.8 yards per rush, the fifth-highest average in the NFL, as Saquon Barkley looks for his first 100-yard game since Week 2.

WR DARIUS SLAYTON: With wide receiver Sterling Shepard still in the concussion protocol, the rookie has taken on a bigger role in the offense and become one of Daniel Jones’ favorite targets.

WR DARIUS SLAYTON: With Golden Tate (concussion), Rhett Ellison (concussion) and Evan Engram (foot) sidelined with injuries, the rookie will take on an even larger role this week vs. Green Bay.


CB SAM BEAL: Coach Pat Shurmur said Beal will be in the rotation with rookie DeAndre Baker at cornerback.


S JULIAN LOVE: The rookie took over for the injured Jabrill Peppers last week and grabbed his first career interception.

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