Stats+ Giants vs. Seahawks by the numbers

Posted Oct 17, 2017

A look at some of the most important figures surrounding the team in STATS+, Presented by The New York Lottery 


Since Pete Carroll took over in 2010, the Seahawks are 51-13 at home (.797 winning percentage), including postseason. But as the away team, they are just 30-34-1 (.469). The Giants are 6-3 (.667) all-time at home against Seattle.

Eli Manning needs 320 passing yards to become the seventh quarterback in NFL history to reach 50,000 (Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Dan Marino, John Elway). Manning has averaged 290.7 yards in seven career games against the Seahawks. His highest total against them was a 420-yard performance in a 2011 meeting at MetLife Stadium.


Including their fourth-quarter stand last week in Denver, the Giants are allowing touchdowns on just 40 percent of opponents’ goal-to-go series, tied for the second-best mark in the NFL. In 2016, they were No. 1 at 50 percent.


The Giants are averaging 5.26 yards per carry for 300 total rushing yards in their last two outings, doing so against the No. 1 (Broncos) and No. 31 (Chargers) rush defenses in the league at the time they played. Seattle is currently No. 26, allowing 127.2 yards per game on the ground.


Evan Engram has 282 receiving yards and is being targeted 6.8 times per game, both of which are the most among rookie tight ends and fifth overall in the NFL at the position.