Aside from the fact the giants very well could win the division, they are also 7-4 in the conference and can definitely make it in via the wild card as well...
I think if the Giants win out they'll be in as a WC. The only way that that doesn't work is if the Vikes win out meaning they need to win @ Houston and beat GB at home. I'm pretty sure they beat out the Bears on common opponents. Of course they still have to win out and the way they looked at the Falcons today makes that seem unlikely.
Ravens already clinched a playoff spot. They have less pressure to perform.
Also- Adrian Peterson- MVP. He's superhuman
Is the weather nice on the planet you reside on? Division title, pumpkin. It matters and the Ravens get closer if they win Sunday.
I can assure you the Ravens aren't going to settle for clinching a playoff spot. Losing 3 in a row doesn't sit well with a team or fansbase, that expects to compete for a Super Bowl. I certainly won't guarantee a victory, but thinking the Ravens are less motivated than the Giants is extremely foolish.
Although I gotta admit, I do root for the Jets any time they aren't playing the giants or it doesn't have direct playoff implications. It's not like Mets/Yanks. It's just not. I'm happy to see the Jets play competent football every decade or so that they manage to field a competitive team.
The Giants are 8-6! We beat the 49ers and Packers this season by a combined score of like 50-10. But we have a bad game last week and Eli sucks? You're just bitter that you picked the wrong team.
Jesus, talk about your a-hole Giants fans...
No, I am not bitter that when I was 5 I chose the Jets over the Giants, I'm not that shallow.
And I guess you consider garbage time stats important, but the Saints game was a bad game. I didn't say Sanchez had a good game against the Patriots when his numbers said he did, because when you're down 30 stats stop mattering.
Eli and the Giants are not playing well, sorry if that is a tough pill to swallow, but it's the truth.