A statistical look at the Giants' Week 15 matchup in STATS+ presented by New York Lottery:
The Giants' defense is fourth in the NFL in allowing opponents to convert just 35.5 percent of their third downs. The Cowboys were 1-for-15 on third down last week against the Giants.
Odell Beckham Jr. needs 300 receiving yards (3,864) in the final three games to surpass Randy Moss (4,163) for most in NFL history through a player's first three seasons.
The Giants have the No. 1 defense in the red zone, allowing touchdowns on just 43.2 percent of opponents' trips inside the 20.
Opposing quarterbacks have a passer rating of 76.3 against the Giants this season. Only Denver's defense (67.4) is better in that regard. The league average is 89.7.
Last week, Eli Manning increased his career completions total to 3,997, moving him past Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Moon (3,988) and into seventh place on the all-time list. Next up is another gold jacket wearer, John Elway (4,123).
Photos from the all-time series between the Giants and Lions