Rematch rematch rematch. If the West Coast doesn't like it I still don't care. The beasts of the East own the airwaves and will duke it out underneath that dome in Indy. Brady will use Peyton's locker. Eli will try to outdo Peyton and Archie. All questions about the games and photographs of the NYG cheerleading-squad should be posted below in the comment section.
A Pats fan's take on what the Giants need to do to win;
Get physical and be disciplined. The TEs, the RBs, the Pats are going to provide help to their OLine against the pass-rush by chipping the pass-rushers. The Pats LBs are likely to be just as physical with the Giants RBs/TEs at the line. Be physical in return, because if you're going to be hit, you might as well hit back first in anticipation. The Giants need to be tough but fluid, fighting back but understanding how best to fight back. Especially after Belichick makes adjustments.
Be stout up the middle. Chris Snee, Tom Coughln's son in law, is going to be seeing a lot of Vince Wilfork lined up at LDE or NT. Am I the only one who thinks Snee's job security is partly secrued by that relationship rather than the level of his play? Wilfork needs to be stopped from pushing the pocket into Eli's face otherwise Eli will be sent scrambling into the shoulderpads of another defender.
Bring pressure up the middle. The weaklink of the Pats OLine is undoubtedly C Dan Connolly. He's helped by having Logan Mankins to his left and Brian Waters to his right. The Tackles of New England are strong and Brady like Eli has great pocket-awareness. Try and bring the pass rush right at Brady, either with speed or by pushing OLinemen back into Brady's face. Don't let him step into the throw.
Play chess against the Pats D. #44, James Ihedigbo, is terrible in coverage. The former Jet S/STer has lately been on for run-plays as the Pats like him in the box. On more obvious passing plays they'll pull him out. If Eli can get him into coverage he should take advantage. We already know he's likely to test DB/WR/KR/PR Julian Edelman.
Win the ground game. The Pats D has been making life miserable for RBs lately. Just ask Ray Rice, who's OLine of ProBowlers couldn't help him much against the Pats Front-7. Now look at New England, sporting a good OLine and going into a game where they'll be likely to run the ball every other snap or so. We know the Giants can rush the passer; now they need to stop the run-game while managing to successfully implement their own .against the Pats Front-7.