Giants Vs. Packers, 2012 NFL Playoffs: Picks And Predictions From Around The Web

Here is a quick rundown of what some of the NFL analysts around the Inter-Google think will happen on Sunday when the New York Giants travel to Lambeau Field to face the Green Bay Packers in an NFC Divisional Round playoff game.

Sports Illustrated's Peter King is taking the Packers, 24-23. SI's Damon Hack breaks down the Packers-Giants matchup, and also ends up picking the Packers to win.

NFL.com analyst Pat Kirwan is taking the Packers. In fact, seven of the eight NFL.com analysts asked for a prediction took Green Bay to advance to the NFC Championship Game.

Pro Football Talk's two analysts are both taking Green Bay.

For CBS Sports, Pete Prisco is picking Green Bay to advance. In fact, four of the five CBS analysts polled are going with the Packers.

Pat Traina of Inside Football, is going with the Giants.

-- SB Nation's Jared Smith will have his complete Divisional Round playoff predictions before play begins on Saturday. Be sure to check back for those.

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