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Giants at Lions 2013: Game time, TV channel, odds, online streaming, announcers, more

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The Giants, 5-9 and just hoping to play some good football over the final two games, face the 7-7 Detroit Lions Sunday in Detroit. Here is how to watch the game, the TV channel, radio and online streaming information, odds, the schedule, game time, announcers, injuries and more.

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The New York Giants (5-9) continue to play out the string of a playoff-less season Sunday when they face the Detroit Lions (7-7) at Ford Field in Detroit Michigan (4:05 p.m. ET/FOX).

Game Details

Game Time: 4:05 p.m. ET

TV: FOX

Announcers: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnson, Tony Siragusa

Online Streaming: Audio Pass | Game Rewind

Radio: National -- Compass Radio Networks (Chris Carrino, Brian Baldinger); Sirius -- ; Giants Radio Network -- WFAN 600-AM, WCBS 101.9-FM (Bob Papa, Carl Banks, Howard Cross).

Odds: The Giants are 9-point underdogs

Giants' Injury Report: OUT -- WR Victor Cruz (knee surgery), DE Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder), S Cooper Taylor (hamstring), RB Peyton Hillis (concussion); DOUBTFUL -- OG David Diehl (knee); QUESTIONABLE -- OG James Brewer (ankle), WR Jerrel Jernigan (knee).

Lions' Injury Report: OUT -- TE Brandon Pettigrew (ankle); DOUBTFUL -- CB Darius Slay (knee); QUESTIONABLE -- WR Calvin Johnson (knee), LB DeAndre Levy (foot), CB Chris Johnson (toe), CB Rashean Mathis (illness).

Storylines

The Lions still have a shot at the playoffs, and they are playing amidst swirling rumors that their head coach, Jim Schwartz, will be fired if the team misses out. The Giants, with 12 players already on IR and many other banged-up, are just trying to find enough players to play. Can their often-shuffled and again banged-up offensive line protect Eli Manning? Can Manning, already having tied his career-worst with 25 interceptions, avoid throwing any more? Can the Giants, shut out a week ago by the Seattle Seahawks, score some points? Can they handle Detroit wide receiver Calvin Johnson? How many turnovers will these two teams, the most turnover-prone in the NFL, combine for?

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