The New York Giants find themselves in another tough spot in Week 5; they need a victory against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.

From first to worst in a matter of two weeks, the New York Giants must have really angered NFL schedule-makers.

Mired in Odell Beckham Jr. headlines and needing a win last week, they drew the undefeated Minnesota Vikings. After that prime-time defeat, a slumping offense must prepare to match Aaron Rodgers and the also undefeated Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football.

Big Blue’s high-priced defense has taken a beating too as of late. They’ve cooled off after a strong start, but they’re also without their first-team secondary. Not only are injuries adding up, the defense is on the field too often. The offense has yet to play a turnover-free game this season and they’ve been hammered in time of possession, 34-26 on average, as a result.

There’s no time for finger pointing, though, not with Rodgers looming. Dual threat QBs are becoming more of a regular thing, but he may be the prototype. He has, arguably, the NFL’s best arm and runs when he wants to- not because of anything he lacks.

Green Bay’s isn’t too shabby on the other side of the ball either. Mike Daniels and Letroy Guion anchor the NFL’s best run defense, allowing only 42.7 yards per game.