A statistical look at the Giants' Week 12 matchup in STATS+ presented by New York Lottery:
The Giants were the 127th team since 1990 to play at least three consecutive home games, and the 29th to go 3-0. It is the first time the Giants won three games at home in consecutive weeks since 1962.
In their last two games vs. Cleveland, the Giants averaged 212 yards on the ground. They ran for 243 against the Browns at home in 2012 and 181 on the road in 2008. This year, the Browns are allowing 143.9 rushing yards per game (31st in the NFL).
The Giants average 4.71 yards per play inside the opponents' 30-yard line, the most in the NFL.
Eli Manning needs 109 yards (46,895) to pass Pro Football Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton (47,003) for eighth place on the NFL's all-time passing list.
Opposing quarterbacks are completing just 58.8 percent of their passes against the Giants, the fourth-lowest rate in the NFL. They have an average passer rating of 76.1, also fourth-lowest in the NFL.
A look at the expected starters for the Giants' Week 12 opponent