A look at some of the most important figures surrounding the team in STATS +, Presented by The New York Lottery:
Five players to watch as the Giants get set to take on the Eagles
With 61 more receiving yards, tight end Evan Engram will pass Sterling Shepard (683 in 2016) and move into fifth place on the Giants' rookie list, behind Odell Beckham Jr. (1,305 in 2014), Jeremy Shockey (894 in 2002), Bobby Johnson (795 in 1984) and Hakeem Nicks (790 in 2009). If Engram averages 58 yards a game, he will pass Nicks and Johnson. He is averaging 47.9 yards per game.
Sterling Shepard has recorded a receiving touchdown in all three games he has played vs. Philadelphia, the most of the second-year wide receiver's career against a single team.
Eli Manning aims for his 11th consecutive home game vs. Philadelphia with at least one touchdown pass. Manning's 27 touchdown passes at home vs. the Eagles are his most against any team.
The Eagles enter Week 15 tied for first in several offensive categories, including scoring (31.1 points per game), red-zone touchdown efficiency (67.4 percent), plays of 10+ yards (204), time of possession (33:35) and scoring differential (+154).
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, who will start in place of the injured Carson Wentz for the remainder of the year, boasts a 94.1 passer rating with Philadelphia, which ranks first all-time in franchise history (min. 500 attempts). Foles is 20-16 overall as a starter in the regular season, including 1-0 against the Giants.