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Long snapper Zak DeOssie has the longest tackle in the NFL this season. According to the NFL's Next Gen Stats, the 11-year veteran ran 137.6 yards in taking down Isaiah McKenzie, who zigzagged the width of the field on a seven-yard punt return in the Giants' Week 6 victory against Denver. The longest tackle of 2016 was also a Giants player. Dwayne Harris ran 152.8 yards, also on a punt, in a game against Washington.
The Giants' defense has allowed touchdowns on just 55.6 percent of opponents' goal-to-go series, tied with Jacksonville for the second-best mark in the NFL. Oakland's offense, on the other hand, is third in the NFL, finding the end zone 85.7 percent of the time.
Last week, the Giants employed their eighth different starting offensive line of the season, tying them with Green Bay for the NFL high. D.J. Fluker, who started six games at right guard this season, this week was placed on injured reserve, where he joined starting center Weston Richburg. Justin Pugh, meanwhile, has missed three of the last four games with a back injury.
Rookie tight end Evan Engram has been targeted 85 times this season, by far the most on the team (Sterling Shepard is second with 51) and tied with Oakland's Pro Bowl wide receiver Amari Cooper for 17th in the NFL. Engram leads all rookie tight ends in receptions (44), receiving yards (470), touchdown catches (five), 20-yard receptions (seven) and first downs (25).
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