The Giants will face the Green Bay Packers Sunday at 4:40 PM as the NFL Playoffs get underway:
The Giants will begin their postseason journey in a familiar venue.
The fifth-seeded Giants will take on the fourth-seeded Green Bay Packers in an NFC Wild Card Game in Lambeau Field on Sunday at 4:40 p.m. (eastern time). Although the Giants finished second in the NFC East, their 11-5 regular-season record is superior to the NFC North champion Packers' 10-6 mark. But Green Bay enters the postseason on a six-game winning streak. Both teams won on the road Sunday; the Giants defeated Washington, 19-10, while the Packers clinched their division title with a 31-24 victory in Detroit.
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](http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Watch-Giants-vs-Redskins-Highlights/233b2164-a135-42d4-baf7-04daff4eb73f)On Oct. 9, the Giants lost a prime time game to the Packers in Lambeau, 23-16.
Although they are 3-4 in postseason games vs. Green Bay, the Giants have fared much better in their two most recent postseason games in Lambeau. In 2007, they overcame a wind chill of minus-23 to win the NFC Championship Game, 23-20, in overtime.
Five years ago, the Giants returned to Lambeau for a divisional playoff game and routed the 15-1 Packers, 37-20. Each time, the Giants went on to win the Super Bowl.
It's safe to say the Giants hope history repeats itself.