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Giants by the numbers: Stats and more

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Here are some New York Giants numbers for you, courtesy of the team's PR department.

- Quarterback Eli Manning is 25-5 (.833) in October, the best winning percentage of any quarterback with at least 20 starts in the Super Bowl era.

- Victor Cruz has 2,032 receiving yards in his young career. He is sixth all-time through the first 25 games of an NFL career. Cruz is also tied for sixth in receptions in the first 25 games of an NFL career with Kellen Winslow. They each have 125.

- San Francisco's three points were the fewest by a Giants opponent since a 21-3 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Dec. 13, 2010. That was also the last regular-season game in which the Giants did not allow a touchdown.

- The Giants' defense held San Francisco to 80 rushing yards, 115.8 yards less than the Niners' league-leading total entering the game.

- The Giants' offense did not allow a sack for the third consecutive game, the team's longest streak since they went five games without surrendering a sack from Nov. 7-Dec. 10, 2010.

- Manning passed for 193 yards, ending his streak of 200+ yard passing games at 24, the second-longest streak in history. Hall of Famer Dan Fouts had a 45-game streak from 1980-83.

- Ahmad Bradshaw now has 3,666 career rushing yards. Sunday he moved past Frank Gifford (3,609 yards) for seventh place on the Giants' all-time list.

- Placekicker Lawrence Tynes leads the NFL in points with 68.