No disrespect to NY, but I don't see how anybody is going to beat the Pats. I don't really see many favorable match-ups for NY, NE's inside LB's might have trouble w/ Kevin Boss(TE), and you might be able to make a case for the running backs being better, but that's about it. As good as the Giants D-line is, imo the Pats o-line is better. Brady might not get the time to throw he has in the past, but he doesn't need that much time w/ Wes Welker in the slot. If the pressure does get to Brady, NE will change the gameplan and put in a fullback and a couple of tight-ends, and control the clock the whole time, Brady proved against JAX that he does not need to throw the ball downfield to be [very] successful. I love Antonio Pierce(MLB), but w/ the issues in the NY secondary I don't think he will be able to do the things he normally does. Finally I believe the nail in the Gaints coffin could be the play of the Pats D-line. I think the Giants will have to put 2 guys on Vince Wilfork, the center can't handle him alone. I don't know how the Giants can protect Eli and get the passing game going like they want to. That means NY will have to rely heavilly on the RB's and hope to expose the lack of speed of Bruschi, and Seau.
The Giants are an excellent team and the QB is coming along, but imo they're going to run into a buzzsaw on Sunday.