Giants-Browns: Stats & Milestones

Here’s some key stats and records set from the Giants’ 41-27 win against the Browns yesterday.

  • The Giants moved into a first-place tie with the Philadelphia Eagles, who lost to the Steelers. Both teams own a 3-2 record.
  • The Giants are now 8-0 in their eight contests against AFC foes. They last lost to an AFC squad in September 2010 v. Tennessee.
  • The Giants’ 27 first-half points was the most since they scored 35 against Seattle in November 2010.
  • This was the 10th time the Giants scored at least 41 points in the Tom Coughlin era.
  • The Giants’ 243 rushing yards was the highest total since running for 301 against Carolina in December 2008.
  • Ahmad Bradshaw’s 200 yards and 30 carries were both career highs. His old mark was 151 yards v. Buffalo in 2007.
  • Bradshaw was credited with the ninth 200-yard rushing game in Giants history. It was the first since Derrick Ward ran for 215 v. Carolina, and Bradshaw’s 30 carries was the most since Tiki Barber has 32 v. Philadelphia in 2005.
  • The G-Men are 38-10 when a running back reaches the century mark. The Giants are 9-0 when Bradshaw does.
  • The win marked the 77th regular-season victory for Tom Coughlin, which tied him with Bill Parcells for second place all-time behind Steve Owen (153 wins).
  • Eli Manning threw 259 yards, his 24th consecutive 200-yard game. He now owns the second-longest streak in NFL history, trailing Dan Fouts, who had 45.

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