Miami will be playing at MetLife Stadium for the second-straight week, coming off a 22-21 loss to the Jets where they covered but didn’t score a single touchdown (seven field goals). The Giants, with Eli Manning at quarterback, got out to a big 17-3 halftime lead at Philadelphia, but the offense stalled in the second half and Big Blue lost 23-17 in overtime. This game is primarily to set draft positioning for April, where the Giants currently sit second and might be the favorites to land Ohio State defensive star Chase Young. Miami’s offense started the season only averaging around a touchdown per game, but that number is up to 17.0 now after they’ve scored over 20 points in their last four games. The Giants, on the other hand, have only scored over 20 once in their last five games. One person to watch is New York running back Saquon Barkley, as Miami has allowed 141 rushing yards per game, which is in the bottom 5 among NFL teams in that category. While the Giants haven’t been successful anywhere in the last few years, they have been rotten at home – just 3-11 straight up over the past two seasons, and 2-11-1 against the spread. Miami has also covered in seven of their last nine games overall.