Tune in at 8:20 PM ET as the Packers take on the Giants. Gino Bottero will be liveblogging for your enjoyment.
Welcome everyone! I'll be live blogging tonight's game between the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers.
Let's get right to the injuries. Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, safety Kenny Phillips, and defensive tackle B.J. Raji are all ACTIVE.
Notable inactives for the Packers include wide receiver Greg Jennings, linebacker Clay Matthews, and safety Charles Woodson.
Notable inactives for the Giants include wide receiver Domenik Hixon and linebacker Jacquian Williams.
Green Bay finished the regular season with a 15-1 record last season, but New York ended their Super Bowl hopes in the divisional round of the playoffs, picking up a 37-20 win at Lambeau.
The Giants have lost five straight games in the month of November.
Eli Manning's last touchdown pass came 10 days before Halloween, meaning more than a full month has passed since he last found the endzone. Eli has thrown 99 passes and four interceptions since his last scoring play.
In the three games heading into their bye week, Eli Manning averaged 177.3 passing yards per game.
The Giants are 4-0 in their last four games after their bye week. In those games, Eli Manning has thrown for 322.5 yards per game, with 10 touchdowns and only one interception.
The Packers have won five games in a row. Last week they beat the Lions in Detroit, 24-20.
After throwing just three touchdowns in his first three games, Aaron Rodgers has thrown 24 touchdown passes in his last seven games. He leads the league with a 107.3 passer rating.
Entering Week 12, Aaron Rodgers had been sacked more than any other quarterback (32 times).
He looked really bad heading into the bye, but we're approaching the time of year when he really gets going.
Welcome back. Should be a good game tonight.
Say what you will about his play, but there's no denying that Aaron Rodgers grows a heck of a moustache.
Welcome, m33. As usual I'm just hoping for a good game. We should get one from these two.
It's a shame Drew Tate couldn't suit up.
The boys at Sportsnet should stick to lockout talk. I think Gary Bettman just gave Donald Fehr a dirty look...
I didn't think Ricky Ray had this kind of season left in the tank. Good to see the Argos play well on their home turf.
They're about ready to begin in New York. The Giants won the toss and elected to receive.