The Green Bay Packers injury report is as light as it will ever be. From Packers.com:
|Player||Pos.||Injury||Fri. Participation||Fri. Status|
|Bryan Bulaga||T||Knee||Full participation||Probable|
|Chad Clifton||T||Hamstring/Back||Did not participate||Probable|
|Randall Cobb||WR||Groin||Limited participation||Probable|
|Evan Dietrich-Smith||C/G||Illness||Did not participate||Probable|
|Robert Francois||LB||Hamstring||Did not participate||Doubtful|
|Greg Jennings||WR||Knee||Full participation||Probable|
|James Starks||RB||Ankle||Full participation||Probable|
All the guys listed as probable will be playing barring some significant aggravation. Clifton hasn't practiced on a Friday in a couple of years, his veteran knees and ankles play better on Sunday with the rest, so there's nothing to see there. It looks like Dietrich-Smith came down with something, but I'd be shocked if he wasn't available for backup duty on Sunday. Francois hasn't practiced in a couple days since injuring his hamstring, but he hasn't played on defense in a few weeks and the special teams will have had a couple days of practice to adjust for his absence.
The Giants have almost an identical injury report. Several players are listed as probable, and all of them are expected to play. They should only be without one player, Mark Herzlich, who like Francois, is a backup inside linebacker. Both teams will be as healthy as they can get.