Sunday’s game will be at MetLife Stadium with a 1 p.m. ET kickoff. The 0-2 Giants have lost to the Denver Broncos, 27-13, and the Washington Football Team, 30-29. The Falcons are also 0-2, suffering a 32-6 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and a 48-25 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The heat is on a Giants team that has now started 0-2 or worse in eight of the last nine seasons.
After Atlanta, the Giants have road games vs. the New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys, then a Week 6 meeting with the Los Angeles Rams. Sunday’s game vs. Atlanta is likely the only one in which the Giants will be favored to win.
Stay with Big Blue View throughout the week as we break down the matchup and bring you all of the Giants news leading up to the game.