Jan 1, 2017; Landover, MD, USA; New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (13) catches a pass during warm-ups prior to the Giants’ game against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. The Giants won 19-10. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Key Matchup: Giants WRs vs. Green Bay secondary

No NFL fan on the planet will tell you that Odell Beckham Jr. isn’t the best player on the Giants.

However, it will take a big game from the entire Giants receiving core to take down a very talented Packers team.

The Packers secondary was 31st in the NFL this season in terms of passing yards allowed, and with all their injuries, it’s hard to see them performing well against one of the most talented groups of receivers in the league. Green Bay is expected to trot out LaDarious Gunter and Damarious Randall on the outside, with Micah Hyde taking main duties in the slot.

None of those players can guard Odell Beckham Jr. one-on-one or with safety help. In fact, can they even can stick to Victor Cruz or Sterling Shepard?

A breakout game for the offense in freezing temperatures like those expected Sunday, seems unlikely, but against a secondary as bad as the Packers, it’s entirely possible.

Billy Nayden is an SMU Mustang from Connecticut born and raised on New York sports. Avid fan of nearly every sport from MMA to handball. His heart is in NYC, but Billy has seen games on multiple continents, and has frequented arenas ranging from high school gyms to world class meccas.