Bradshaw has 6,323 total yards (rushing, receiving and kickoff returns), which places him ninth in Giants' history, 206 yards behind Morris.
Bradshaw's 28 rushing touchdowns, exactly half of Brandon Jacobs' franchise-record total, is good for ninth place on the Giants' career list. He has rushed for at least 100 yards nine times and the Giants have won every one of those games. Bradshaw was the Giants' leading rusher in the 2007 and 2011 postseasons and in both Super Bowls XLII and XLVI. He scored the game-winning touchdown with 57 seconds remaining in the most recent title game.
The Giants have had few low-round draft choices become long-term productive players. But Ahmad Bradshaw belongs near the top of that list.
*While Bradshaw rushed for 200 yards Sunday, Victor Cruz caught three touchdown passes.
It was the first time in 52 years a team had one player rush for at last 200 yards while another caught at least three touchdown passes. On Dec. 18, 1960, the St. Louis Cardinals' John David Crow ran for 203 yards and Sonny Randle had three receiving touchdowns. *The Giants trailed by at least 14 points in each of their three home games this season, against Dallas, Tampa Bay and Cleveland. It is the first time they faced such a large deficit in three consecutive home games since the end of the 2006 season (a 36-22 loss to Philadelphia followed by a 30-7 defeat to New Orleans) and the first home game in 2007 (35-13 loss to Green Bay).
The Giants rallied to defeat the Buccaneers and Browns. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it is the first time in their history the Giants have trailed by 14 or more points in consecutive home games and won both.
*Cleveland took an early 14-0 lead Sunday before the Giants began their comeback. They last had last fallen behind 14-0 and won on Dec. 23, 2007 at Buffalo, where a 14-0 deficit became a 38-21 victory. Ironically, Bradshaw had his previous career-best rushing total in that game (151 yards, including an 88-yard run).
*The Giants scored 41 points in each of their last two home games. In 2011, their highest point total was 35, and that was in a three-point loss to Green Bay. This is the first time the Giants scored at least 41 points in consecutive home games since Sept. 11 and Oct. 2, 2005, when they scored 42 vs. Arizona and 44 vs. St. Louis.
*The Giants have gained 1,877 yards over their past four games, their highest total over any four-game span in team history The previous Giants records for most yards over a four-game span was 1,798 in 1963 and 2010.
*The Giants gained 604 yards against Tampa Bay and 502 yards vs. Cleveland. This is the first time the Giants had two 500-yard games in the same season since 1967, when they gained 520 yards against Washington on Oct. 1 and 535 yards vs. New Orleans on Oct. 8.
*Also, the Giants had 31 first downs vs. the Buccaneers and 30 against the Browns. It is the first time in their history they had two games with at least 30 first downs in the same season. The Giants had at least twice as many first downs as their opponents in each of those games (31-14 advantage vs. Tampa Bay, 30-15 against Cleveland).
*The Giants rushed for 243 yards on 34 attempts Sunday, a 7.1-yard average that was their highest with at least that many carries since Dec. 21, 2008, when they had 41 attempts for 301 yards, a 7.3-yard average in an overtime victory over Carolina.
*David Wilson scored his first career touchdown on a 40-yard run in the fourth quarter. It was the longest initial NFL touchdown by a Giants running back since Bradshaw's 88-yarder at Buffalo on Dec. 23, 2007.
*Stevie Brown intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble Sunday, the first Giant to hit that double in the same game since Corey Webster vs. Washington on Dec. 5, 2010.
*Brown has interception returns this season of 44 and 46 yards. The last Giant with two returns of at least 44 yards on interceptions in the same season was Tito Wooten in 1997.
*Lawrence Tynes leads the NFL with 54 points. The last Giant to finish a season as the league's scoring leader was Don Chandler, with 106 points in 1963. Chandler kicked 18 field goals (and 52 extra points) in that 14-game season. Tynes has 13 field goals in five games.
*Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes Sunday. The Giants are 16-4 in games in which Manning throws for three scores.
*Manning has not been sacked in either of the last two games. This is the first time the Giants have not allowed a sack in consecutive games since they had a streak of five in a row from Nov. 7 to Dec. 5, 2010. The Giants are 21-8 when Manning is not sacked.
*Conversely, the Giants did not sack Brandon Weeden, their first sackless outing since Nov. 28, 2011 at New Orleans.
*Jerrel Jernigan had his first career reception vs. Cleveland to become the 46th different receiver to catch a Manning regular-season pass.
*Manning has 195 career touchdown passes – 100 at home, 95 as a visitor
*The Giants are second in the NFL in yards per game (429.2) and first in yards per play (6.5). The 49ers, their next opponent, are second at 6.4 yards a play.
*The Giants continue to have the NFL's stingiest punt coverage unit, allowing an average of 4.3 yards a return.
*Victor Cruz is fourth in the NFL with 37 receptions, just two behind Atlanta tight end Tony Gonzalez, the league leader. Cruz's 12 catches on third down lead the NFL.