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A statistical look at the Giants' Week 10 matchup in STATS+ presented by New York Lottery: **


The Giants have the best defensive red zone percentage in the NFL, allowing touchdowns on 39.3 percent of opponent's trips inside the 20-yard line through Week 9.

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According to the Elias Sports Bureau, 126 teams have played three successive home games, uninterrupted by a bye, since 1990. Twenty-eight of them have won all three while 45 have gone 2-1. The Giants started their three-game homestand last week with a victory over the Eagles.


The New York Giants and Cincinnati Bengals have met nine times throughout their history, and the home team has won each game. The Giants are 3-1 at MetLife Stadium this year.


The Giants average 4.59 yards per play inside the opponent's 30-yard line, the best mark in the NFL.


The Giants' five victories this season have been by a total of 20 points. The last time five consecutive Giants wins were decided by a combined 20 or fewer points in a single season was in their 2011 championship run.

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