Elliot Harrison, NFL Media Analyst
Jets 24, Giants 17
This should be an outstanding game -- and we're taking what is, top to bottom, the better team. The Jets should pound, pound, pound Chris Ivory on the Giants' front seven.
Jets 24, Giants 14
As long as the Jets receivers hold onto the ball, they should do plenty.
Mike Tainer, NFL National Lead Writer
Jets 24, Giants 20
The Jets have one major injury, (Darrelle Revis) the Giants have about 20 minor ones.
Jets 23, Giants 20
(Eli) Manning has thrown five interceptions in his past three games after only throwing four in the Giants' first eight games.
New York Jets: Get ready for a shootout. Since Week 7, the Jets have given up a league-high 1,702 passing yards and the Giants aren't far behind at 1,610. Giants 34, Jets 27. -- Rich Cimini
New York Giants: So many of these games between 6-5 teams and 5-6 teams feel like coin flips.Giants 24, Jets 20. -- Dan Graziano
Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
Giants 27, Jets 21
The battle of MetLife Stadium is almost a mini-playoff game. Both teams are in need of a victory to keep those playoff hopes alive. The Giants have the better quarterback, which will be the deciding factor here. Eli Manning makes the big plays to Odell Beckham Jr.
Giants 30, Jets 19
The Giants might be 5–6 and the Jets 6–5, but it's Tom Coughlin's team that seems considerably closer to realizing its goal of reaching the playoffs, given the Giants only have to finish atop the woeful NFC East.