Since the start of the 2014 season, no player has more receiving touchdowns in the regular season than Odell Beckham Jr. The Giants' second-year wide receiver has 24 in 25 career games, leading New England's Rob Gronkowski (22) and Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown (20).
As head coach of the Giants, Tom Coughlin has won four of the six regular-season games against the Panthers for a .667 win percentage.
Odell Beckham Jr. has eclipsed 100 receiving yards and caught a touchdown in each of his six career games in the month of December. Beckham averages 9.3 receptions, 153.5 yards, and 1.7 touchdowns per game in December.
Manning's 87.1 completion percentage (27 of 31) last week vs. Miami was the highest by a Giants quarterback in a regular-season game (minimum 20 attempts) and the second-best mark in franchise history behind Phil Simms' 88.0 completion percentage (22 of 25) in Super Bowl XXI.
Giants running back Rashad Jennings carried the ball 22 times for 81 yards against the Dolphins. It was the first time any Giant had more than 14 carries in a game this season. The Giants rushed for 92 yards as a team, marking the sixth time this season that they eclipsed 90 yards. The Giants are 4-2 in those games.