1. Pass Rush
Getting to the Quarterback will be a big priority for the Packers as they face a severely injured Qb room. Daniel Jones seems to be the pick for this sunday, although he will most likely not be 100% after a gruesome ankle sprain against the Chicago Bears, so Jones will have to be forced to pass inside the pocket. if Preston Smith and Rashan Gary can cause havoc it will certainly be a rough game for Jones and the Giants Offense.
2. Ground Game
Both teams rank in the top 10 worst teams in terms of rushing yards allowed and net yards allowed per rush with Green Bay ranking at 22 and New York at 27 and 28 in the respective rankings. A key for the Packers is how to contain the superstar that is Saquon Barkley while using A.J Dillon and Jones properly, as every game in which they have gotten touches has always gone well for the Packers.
3. Receivers stepping up/Limiting Turnovers
Aaron Rodgers already having three interceptions to his name this early in the Nfl Season is certainly a rare sight, this is mostly due to the lack of chemistry Rodgers has with his receivers, although a bright spot in this receiving room is the two rookies in Chrsitan Watson who has blazing speed and a big frame, while Doubs seems to be the current front runner in replacing Davanate Adams. In order to take down the Giants and in future games especially, Rodgers building chemistry and helping accelerate the development of these young receivers will allow Green Bay to go on a deep run in the playoffs