GIANTS BY THE NUMBERS
11 NUMBER of consecutive games won on the road by the Giants, a NFL record for a single season. The streak included victories in 10 states and a stop in another country (the United Kingdom).
81,176 ATTENDANCE at London's Wembley Stadium for the Giants' 13-10 win over the Dolphins on Oct. 28. It was the first regular-season NFL game played outside North America.
53 SACKS by the Giants' defense, which led the league. This total includes 12 sacks against Philadelphia on Sept. 30, which tied an NFL record.
151 RUSHING YARDS by rookie running back Ahmad Bradshaw in the 38-21 win over Buffalo on Dec. 23, the highest total by a Giants rookie since Eddie Price ran for 156 yards against the New York Yankees on Dec. 3, 1950. Also Brandon Jacobs had 145 yards in the game, making this the first time in franchise history that the Giants had two players rush for more than 100 yards in the same game.
88 YARD RUN by Bradshaw against Buffalo, the longest in the NFL in 2007.
620 CAREER receptions by Amani Toomer, the most in Giants history. Toomer passed Tiki Barber (586) in Week 6 against the Falcons. The receiver also holds franchise records for receiving yards (8,917), 100-yard games (22) and touchdowns (50).
1 TANDEM of brothers who have appeared at quarterback in the Super Bowl. Eli Manning's older brother Peyton was the winning QB in Super Bowl XLI last season.
8 DRAFT PICKS from 2007 who made the Giants' roster, including Kevin Boss (above).
65,793 CAREER punting yards by 20-year veteran Jeff Feagles, the NFL record.