A look at some of the most important figures surrounding the team in STATS+, Presented by The New York Lottery:
The Rams are the only NFC team that Eli Manning has not lost to as a starter, going a perfect 5-0 against the franchise in his career (the Giants have won seven in a row overall in the series). He is also undefeated against four AFC teams: Bills (3-0), Texans (3-0), Dolphins (3-0), and Raiders (3-0).
The Giants have allowed zero points on their opponents' first offensive possession of the game, the only team in the NFL to do so entering Week 9. However, offensively, Big Blue has scored just three points on first possessions, tied for 28th in the league. The Rams, respectively, are tied for 13th (13 points allowed) and tied for 11th (16 points scored).
The Rams are converting 49.0 percent of their third downs this season, the best rate in the NFL. Defensively, the Giants are 22nd in the league on third down at 40.8 percent.
Eli Manning needs 186 yards to become the seventh quarterback in NFL history to throw for 50,000 yards in the regular season (Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Dan Marino, John Elway). Manning has averaged 273.2 yards in five career games against the Rams, all of which were victories.
Orleans Darkwa is averaging 5.37 yards per rush this season, the third-best mark in the league among players with 50 or more carries.