**A statistical look at the Giants' Week 13 matchup in STATS+ presented by New York Lottery:
In 18 goal-to-go drives by opponents this season, the Giants' defense has allowed only eight touchdowns. The 50 percent efficiency rating is the best in the NFL. This week's opponent, the Pittsburgh Steelers, are second at 56.3.
Odell Beckham Jr. caught his 33rd career touchdown from Eli Manning last week, tying him with Plaxico Burress for the most touchdowns by a receiver on passes thrown by the two-time Super Bowl MVP.
Victor Cruz has one reception in each of his last three games, but they went for 46, 48 and 37 yards for an average of 43.7 yards. Despite Cruz having only 27 receptions on the season, seven of them have been for 25 yards or longer. That mark is tied for 18th in the NFL and only one behind his teammate Odell Beckham Jr., who more than doubles his overall reception total with 65.
The Giants have 21 sacks in their six-game winning streak, tied with Carolina for the most in the NFL during that span. Jason Pierre-Paul accounted for six of them.
There have been 135 games within one score in the fourth quarter through Week 12, the most such games in the first 12 weeks of a season in NFL history. Three teams – the Giants, Lions and Redskins – have had all of their games within one score in the fourth quarter this season.
A look at the expected starters for the Giants' Week 13 opponent