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According to Pro Football focus, Dalvin Tomlinson leads all rookie defensive linemen with 23 run stops heading into Week 17. His teammate, Damon Harrison, has a league-leading 36. It would be the third straight season Harrison has led the NFL, the fourth time in five years.
Over the last three games, rookie running back Wayne Gallman leads the Giants with 240 yards from scrimmage. In that span, he is also first on the team in rushes (30), rushing yards (116) and receptions (19).
Jason Pierre-Paul's 11.5 sacks in 11 career games vs. Washington are his most against one team in the NFL. A sack in Week 17 will be his third consecutive game with at least one vs. the Redskins.
Eli Manning is playing in his 216th game as a Giant in the regular season, tying Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Strahan for most in a Giants uniform. Additionally, Manning last week increased his career yardage total to 51,550 yards, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer John Elway (51,475) for the sixth-most passing yards in NFL history.
The Giants have faced the Redskins 169 times in the regular season since their first game in 1932, making this their most frequently-contested rivalry. The Giants lead, 98-67-4, in the regular season. They have split, 1-1, in the postseason, with the Giants winning in the 1986 NFC Championship Game en route to the first Super Bowl title in franchise history. The Giants are 5-2 vs. Washington at MetLife Stadium.
A look at the key playmakers from the Redskins roster heading into Week 17