Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. extended his streak of consecutive 100-yard games to five last week against the Jets. That is the longest such streak by a Giant in the regular season since Homer Jones did it across two seasons in 1967-68.
Dwayne Harris is the first Giants player in 60 years -- and third overall -- to record kickoff and punt return touchdowns in the same season. In 1951, Pro Football Hall of Famer Emlen Tunnell scored on an 81-yard punt return and had a 100-yard kickoff return. In 1955, Jimmy Patton scored on a 98-yard kickoff return and a 69-yard punt return.
Odell Beckham now owns the all-time receptions record for a wide receiver through his first two seasons with 169 catches in 24 career games. Beckham broke the record despite missing the first four games of his rookie season while still having four games remaining in the 2015 campaign. The previous mark was set by Saints receiver Marques Colston (168) in 2006-07.
The Giants are undefeated in three games as the road team when facing the Dolphins. Blue is 5-2 overall vs. Miami.
Eli Manning has thrown 24 career touchdowns in 14 appearances on "Monday Night Football" as the starting quarterback of the Giants.