A look at some of the most important figures surrounding the team in STATS +, Presented by The New York Lottery
Through the first four games of the season, Evan Engram leads all rookie tight ends with 19 receptions. The first-round pick is also first in receiving yards (200) and receiving first downs (10).
Through Week 4, Eli Manning ranks first in the NFL in fourth-quarter passing yards with 454. He also leads the league with 116 total completions.
Odell Beckham Jr. is the Giants' all-time leader in receiving yards per game against AFC opponents with 122.5 over 11 games.
Since 2000, the Giants have a winning percentage of .657 (44-23) in the month of October. They are 32-28 (.533) in September, 29-39 (.426) in November, and 41-40 (.506) in December/January in the regular season.
Through the first four weeks of the season, NFL rookies have accumulated 5,835 yards from scrimmage and 43 touchdowns, both of which are the most by rookies through Week 4 since 1970. Last week, rookie running back Wayne Gallman, the Giants' fourth-round draft pick, recorded 50 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown catch in his NFL debut.
Photos from the all-time series between the Giants and Chargers