January 27, 2021

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Giants vs. Seahawks: Statistics, numbers and…

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Giants vs. Seahawks: Statistics, numbers and...


The New York Giants stormed Lumen Field on Sunday afternoon and came away with the biggest upset of the season, defeating the NFC West-leading Seattle Seahawks, 17-12.

Big Blue’s defense led the way, while the offense did just enough to survive behind backup quarterback Colt McCoy.

Here’s a look at all the noteworthy stats and records to come from the Week 13 win:

  • The Giants have now won four consecutive games, their longest winning streak since 2016.
  • With Sunday’s victory, the Giants ended a four-game skid against the Seahawks and won in Seattle for the first time since 2010.
  • The NFC East had gone 0-17 against teams with winning records in 2020 until the Giants upset the Seahawks on Sunday.
  • 17 points was the fewest New York has scored in a win since 2017.
  • The Giants exceeded 100 yards rushing for the seventh consecutive game, their longest such streak since 2010.
  • The Giants have surrendered fewer than 21 points in four consecutive games. That’s their longest such streak since they did it in six straight games in 2011.
  • The 5-0 score at halftime was the first of its kind since 2013 and the first in Giants history.
  • Quarterback Colt McCoy picked up his first win since 2014 (vs. Dallas).
  • McCoy has eight career victories and two of them have come against the Seahawks.
  • Running back Alfred Morris caught his first career touchdown pass in Week 13 (110 career games).
  • Running back Wayne Gallman rushed for a career-high 135 yards (his first career 100-yard game).
  • With his 2.5 sacks on Sunday, Leonard Williams now has a career-high 8.5 on the season.
  • Rookie linebacker Tae Crowder recorded his first career sack.
  • Rookie Niko Lalos is the first Giant with both an interception and a fumble recovery in his first two career games since Otto Schnellbacher in 1950.
  • Rookie cornerback Darnay Holmes recorded his first career interception.
  • Kicker Graham Gano has now connected on 25 consecutive field goal attempts, which is four shy of the Giants’ all-time record.

Giants vs. Seahawks: Statistics, numbers and broken records



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