Hakeem Nicks has a 12-game itch, one he is hoping to finally scratch on Sunday.

None of Eli Manning’s 11 touchdown passes this season have gone to Nicks, who hasn’t found the end zone in nearly a year. The wideout’s last score came in a 52-27 blowout of the Saints last December, and he is intent on ending the streak against Green Bay.

“I don’t know how many touchdowns I’ve got on my resume, but touchdowns come. … I’ve got a good feeling I’m going to get in (the end zone) Sunday,” Nicks said Friday. “I’m going to do everything I’ve got to do to get in there, whether I’ve got to break a tackle or whatever. I’m itching for it now. I feel like everybody’s talking about it now, so I’ve got to go ahead and do it, go ahead and get in there.”
Two weeks before that win over the Saints, Nicks caught a 13-yard TD pass against the Packers at MetLife Stadium. He looks forward to duplicating the feat Sunday in East Rutherford.

“I’ve just got to do what I’ve got to do to put our team in a situation — whether it’s a first down, a touchdown, or just a momentum-changing play — just being the guy out there that can step up in a time of need,” Nicks said. “I don’t want to say I put pressure on myself, but I definitely want to start clicking on these big plays. It’s that time of year where it’s getting down to the crunch time games. Every little thing counts.”