Quick Take: Giants (9-1) at Cardinals (7-3)

Last meeting
New York's special teams scored two touchdowns as the host Giants cruised to a 42-19 win in 2005.

The Cardinals have won two of the past three, but the Giants lead the all-time series, 78-41-2.

Last week
The Giants rolled past the Ravens, 30-10. ... The Cardinals moved closer to wrapping up the NFC West title, going up to Seattle and defeating the Seahawks, 26-20.

Keep your eye on ...
Who is running for the Giants: Running back Brandon Jacobs underwent an MRI on Monday that showed no structural damage, but the Giants could end up resting their starter. That would leave Derrick Ward or Ahmad Bradshaw to take over the rushing duties. The Cardinals have been tough against the run this year, but the Giants shredded the Ravens last week for 207 rushing yards.

Who is running for the Cardinals: Rookie Tim Hightower seemed to take the job over a few weeks ago, supplanting Edgerrin James. But J.J. Arrington got close to half of the carries last week. More importantly, he was given the goal line attempts which previously went to Hightower.

Warner's passing: Quarterback Kurt Warner faces a tough test against the Giants' second-ranked pass defense. Warner had 381 passing yards and two touchdowns against the Panthers' fifth-ranked pass defense in Week 8.

Did you know?
Giants defensive end Justin Tuck has 10.5 sacks in his past 11 games, including Super Bowl XLII. The Giants are 11-3 when Tuck has a sack. ... Giants defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka has five sacks in his last four games. ... Cardinals receivers Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald became the third set of teammates to have at least 10 catches and 150 yards in the same game last week.

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