Social media roundup heading into the bye
After winning two consecutive games, the Giants head into their Week 11 bye at 3-7, tied with the Philadelphia Eagles in the win column for the lead in the NFC East.
Here is a roundup of some of the best social media posts this week from both current and former Giants.
View the best photos from the first 10 games of the Giants' 2020 campaign as the team enters its Week 11 bye.
Joe Judge makes changes to Giants' coaching staff
The Giants have made a bye-week change on their coaching staff, replacing offensive line coach Marc Colombo with Dave DeGuglielmo.
"We appreciate what Marc has done, but I felt like this move is in the best interest of the team," coach Joe Judge said.
Judge and DeGuglielmo worked together on Bill Belichick's coaching staff in New England in 2014-15.
The Giants, winners of their last two games, are 3-7 and on a bye this week. They will return to action on Nov. 29 in Cincinnati.
DeGuglielmo, 52, has 28 years of coaching experience, including 15 in the NFL. He was a member of the Giants' staff under Tom Coughlin from 2004-08. He spent his first season as the assistant offensive line coach/offensive quality control coach and the next four years as the assistant to line coach Pat Flaherty. During that time, the Giants earned four playoff berths and won two NFC East titles and Super Bowl XLII.
DeGuglielmo spent the 2019 season as the offensive line coach with the Miami Dolphins – his third turn on their coaching staff. He replaced Flaherty, who was fired just four days into training camp by then first-year head coach Brian Flores.
Inside the Numbers: Daniel Jones runs into record books; Giants approach win No. 700
Leftover statistics as the Giants enter their bye week following a second straight victory against an NFC East rival:
*The Giants rushed for 151 yards in their 27-17 triumph Sunday over the Philadelphia Eagles. They have exceeded 100 yards on the ground in each of their last five games. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, that is their longest streak since they topped the century mark in nine consecutive games from Sept. 12-Nov. 14, 2010. After running for 61 yards against the Eagles in Game 10 that season, the Giants began another streak of four straight 100-yard games on the ground.
*With Philadelphia's 156 yards, the teams combined to rush for 307 yards, the highest total in a Giants game since Dec. 9, 2018, when they and Washington totaled 311 yards on the ground (227 by the Giants).
*The Giants' 36 rushing attempts on Sunday was their highest total since they ran 37 times in a victory against Washington on Sept. 29, 2019. They ran the ball 35 times the previous week in Washington. The 71 rushes are the Giants' highest total in a two-game span since Sept. 25-Oct. 2, 2014, when they had 72 carries in victories against Washington and Atlanta.
*The Giants rushed for 311 yards in their two games vs. the Eagles, their highest single-season total against Philadelphia since they ran for 331 yards in 2004.
*The Giants have rushed for at least 100 yards in six of their 10 games. They are 3-3 when they do, 0-4 when they don't.
*On Sunday, Daniel Jones led the Giants with 64 rushing yards on nine carries. It was the sixth time this season Jones was the Giants' leading rusher, extending his record for a Giants quarterback in the Super Bowl era. Jones first set the record with three leading performances as a rookie last year. He joins reigning NFL most valuable player Lamar Jackson of Baltimore as the only quarterbacks to lead their teams in rushing six times this season.