Eli Manning, who passed for 352 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions in that blowout loss, won’t have boos and chants cascading down on him in this game like he did four years ago at Qualcomm Stadium.
Rivers might be able to exploit a Giants pass defense that has shown to be vulnerable after starting out as the best in the league.
The Giants running game, led by Brandon Jacobs, could get some big gains against the Chargers defense.
Sunday Nov. 8
Chargers at N.Y. Giants, 1:15 p.m. Giants Stadium.
All-time series: Giants lead 5-4.
Last meeting: Chargers won 45-23 at home in 2005.
Key stats: Chargers QB Philip Rivers has seven touchdown passes and one interception in three road games this season. Eli Manning has four TD passes, four INTs in three home games with the Giants.
Noteworthy: The Bolts last played at New York in 1995, coming away with a 27-17 win.
Prediction: Giants 28,