A look at some of the most important figures surrounding the team in STATS +, Presented by The New York Lottery
Last week, Eli Manning boosted his career passing yardage total to 51,287 yards. If he throws for at least 189 yards on Sunday in Arizona, he will surpass Hall of Famer John Elway (51,475) and move into sixth place on the NFL's all-time list. In terms of touchdowns, Manning and Philip Rivers are tied for seventh all-time with 338, four behind Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton.
Evan Engram's eight receptions last Sunday increased his team-high season total to 63. That ties him with Larry Donnell (63 in 2014) for the fifth-highest total by a tight end in team history. He needs 11 more to take over the top spot, currently held by Jeremy Shockey (74 receptions in 2002). Mark Bavaro (1986) and Shockey (2006) had 66-catch seasons, and Shockey caught 65 passes in 2005.
Since he made his first start in the 2013 season opener, Damon Harrison leads all NFL defensive linemen with 345 tackles. Minnesota's Linval Joseph, who began his career with the Giants, is second in that span with 300.
The Giants exploded offensively last week with their highest totals in points (29) and yards (504) in the last two seasons. However, they have not reached 30 points since the 2015 season finale. Arizona enters tied for 23rd in scoring defense, allowing 24.1 points per game.
Since the Giants drafted him in 2015, Landon Collins, who was just elected as the starting strong safety for the NFC in the Pro Bowl for the second consecutive year, leads all NFL defensive backs with 331 tackles. Miami's Reshad Jones is the closest with 285.
According to Pro Football Focus, no Giants running back has forced more missed tackles (19) than rookie Wayne Gallman this season.