After seeing how ridiculously accurate my Week 1 predictions were, why not keep it going by reading my five reasons the Lions will beat the Giants tonight?
- In last week's loss to the Cowboys, Eli Manning completed 29 of 38 passes for 220 yards, no touchdowns and one interception. Beckham wasn't expected to play, but his status for Monday is still up in the air. With Beckham and his game-breaking ability missing, it was the flawless plan.
Sanctions accelerate the completion of the nuclear program - North Korea
North Korea said on Saturday it aimed to reach an "equilibrium" of military force with the United States. The tests, reminded Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, violated UN Security Council resolutions.
Here's a look at three keys for the Giants offense against Detroit. The defense was on the field for 70. Sure, New York is playing on their field, but if they look even remotely like they did in Week 1, Matt Stafford and crew should have no problem solving the Giants. "We go at it that way".
The Giants didn't give cornerback Janoris Jenkins an injury designation on Saturday, but updated that on Sunday to say that he's questionable for the game. "When you add him to the mix, obviously that changes things up a lot".
With Matthew Stafford, the Lions have a quarterback that can utilize these weapons.