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The Giants rushed for a season-high 152 yards last week against the Chargers. Now they go up against a Denver defensed ranked No. 1 in both total yards (260.8) and rushing yards (50.8) allowed per game.
Eli Manning is getting rid of the ball on average in 2.41 seconds, the second-fastest time in the NFL this season, according to Pro Football Focus. Heading into Week 6, the franchise quarterback leads the league with 137 completions.
Earlier this year, Eli Manning surpassed John Elway, a fellow two-time Super Bowl champion, for sixth place on the career completions list. However, the Broncos legend and current president of football operations/general manager still leads Manning in passing yards. Manning (49,552) needs 1,924 yards to move ahead of Elway (51,475), who is sixth in NFL history.
Undrafted rookie Travis Rudolph, who was promoted from the practice squad amid the injuries at wide receiver, led the Giants with 157 receiving yards in the preseason. That total was also good for sixth in the entire league.
Offensive and defensively, the Broncos are one of the best third-down teams in the NFL largely because of what they do on second down. They rush for an average of 6.42 yards on second down while allowing just 2.23 yards, both tops in the league.
Photos from the all-time series between the Giants and Broncos