The New York Giants took a beating on Sunday night, falling to the Cleveland Browns, 20-6, in a game that wasn’t even as competitive as the lopsided score would have you believe.
Without offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, quarterback Daniel Jones and cornerbacks James Bradberry and Darnay Holmes, the Giants were outmatched and outclassed for the second straight week. Some would also argue they were outcoached.
Here’s a look at all the noteworthy stats to come from the Week 15 loss:
- With the loss, the Giants secured a losing record for the fourth consecutive season.
- The Giants have finished sub-.500 in seven of the last eight seasons.
- New York did not score a touchdown for the third time this season.
- The Giants have scored a combined 13 points over their past two games, which is the lowest total over a two-game stretch since September of 2018. It’s their lowest total in back-to-back home games since 1976.
- With the loss, Colt McCoy’s career record falls to 8-22.
- Julian Love made his first career start at cornerback.
- Dion Lewis’ 48-yard kickoff return to start the game was his longest since 2017 and the Giants’ longest since November of 2019.
- Graham Gano has now connected on 27 straight field goal attempts, one shy of his career high and two shy of tying the Giants’ all-time record.
- Joe Webb appeared in a game for the first time since 2018. In his Giants debut, he took four special teams snaps.
- Joe Judge threw his first challenge flag of the season late in the fourth quarter on an onside kick. He lost.
- The prime time matchup was the Giants’ first on Sunday night since September 16, 2018.