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8: The Giants’ longest regular-season win streak over the Redskins is eight games, stretching from 1960-1964.
7: The number of touchdowns Y.A. Tittle threw in a 1962 victory over Washington, tying an NFL record for most in a game. The mark is currently shared with four other players -- George Blanda (1961), Nick Foles (2013), Joe Kapp (1969), and Peyton Manning (2013).
6: The Giants have recorded six or more sacks against Washington six times, most recently in 2002. They recorded eight in 1998, the most in series history.
5: The number of road wins Eli Manning has as a starter in Washington, all coming in a five-game win streak at FedEx Field between the 2006 and 2010 seasons. He is 5-4 overall against the NFC East rival on the road, including losses in the last two trips.
4: There have been four ties in 160 regular-season meetings between the two franchises – 1932 (0-0), 1939 (0-0), 1960 (24-24), 1997 (7-7). The Giants are 92-64-4 all-time against the Redskins, making it the most frequently-contested series in franchise history.
3: The Giants have three shutouts in postseason history, including a 17-0 victory over Washington in the NFC Championship Game that sent New York to Super Bowl XXI.
2: The Giants have twice notched two defensive touchdowns in a game against the Washington Redskins. They did so in 1938 and again in 1963 when the Giants had interceptions returned for touchdowns from Sam Huff and Dick Lynch. The Giants have recorded multi-defensive touchdown outings in two other games in franchise history – at Detroit (1996) and at Buffalo (2006).
1: The longest play from scrimmage against Washington in 81 years of the franchise is a 92-yard touchdown from Giants quarterback Eli Manning to wide receiver Mario Manningham, coming in the final game of the 2010 season.
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