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					                               NEW YORK GIANTS (6-4) at NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (7-3)
                                                                Week 12
                                                            November 28, 2011
                                                               8:30 PM ET
                                                         Mercedes-Benz Superdome

THIS WEEK’S GAME                                                                                    NFC EAST STANDINGS
This week, the Giants travel to New Orleans to face the Saints on                                   Teams               W         L   Pct.
                                                                                                    Dallas              6         4   .600
Monday, Nov. 28 at 8:30 PM (ET).
                                                                                                    New York            6         4   .600
The two teams have met 25 times during the regular season with the                                  Philadelphia        4         6   .400
Giants leading the series, 14-11. The last time the two teams met was on                            Washington          3         7   .300
Oct. 18, 2009, a game which the Saints won, 48-27, in New Orleans.
                                                                                                    LAST WEEK: GIANTS vs. EAGLES
TV BROADCAST INFORMATION                                                                                              1      2 3        4    Total
This week’s game will be nationally broadcast by ESPN with Mike Tirico calling                      EAGLES            0      10 0       7    17
                                                                                                    GIANTS            0      3 0        7    10
the play-by-play, Ron Jaworski and Jon Gruden handling the color commentary
and Ed Werder providing sideline reports. ESPN International will air the game
in three languages to over 180 countries.
                                                                                                                    MEDIA AVAILABILITY
SPANISH TV BROADCAST INFORMATION                                                                 Tuesday, November 22
                                                                                                 Player’s Day Off
This week’s game will be broadcast in Spanish by ESPN Deportes with Álvaro                       3:15 PM - Saints Head Coach Sean Payton Conference Call
Martín and Raúl Allegre as the announcers and John Sutcliffe as the sideline                     3:50 PM - Saints QB Drew Brees Conference Call

reporter.                                                                                        Wednesday, November 23
                                                                                                 Player’s Day Off
                                                                                                 12:00 PM - QB Eli Manning Conference Call
GIANTS RADIO NETWORK                                                                             12:15 PM - Head Coach Tom Coughlin Conference Call
The game will be broadcast by the flagship station of the New York Giants,
                                                                                                 Thursday, November 24
WFAN - 660 AM in the Tri-State area – with Bob Papa calling the play-by-play,                    No Availability - Thanksgiving
Carl Banks serving as the analyst and Howard Cross doing the sideline reporting.
                                                                                                 Friday, November 25
Anita Marks and Roman Oben will host the pre and postgame programming,                           11:50 AM-1:45 PM - Practice (Media Access 11:50 AM-12:20 PM)
starting at 7:05 PM.                                                                             After Practice - Tom Coughlin available
                                                                                                 1:55 PM-2:40 PM - Player Interviews
                                                                                                 2:10 - Offensive Coordinator Kevin Gilbride Available
NATIONAL RADIO INFORMATION                                                                       2:20 - Special Teams Coordinator Tom Quinn Available
                                                                                                 3:10 - Defensive Coordinator Perry Fewell Available
The game will be broadcast across the nation by Westwood One. The
                                                                                                 Saturday, November 26
announcers will be Kevin Harlan and Dan Fouts with Mark Malone doing the                         No Scheduled Availability
sideline reporting. Jim Gray will host the pregame and halftime shows.
                                                                                                 Sunday, November 27
                                                                                                 Travel to New Orleans - No Scheduled Availability
NATIONAL SPANISH RADIO INFORMATION
The game will be broadcast across the nation in Spanish by Univision with Rafael
Hernández Brito calling the play-by-play and Eduardo Martell handling analysis.

     GIANTS ON THE WEB For breaking news, transcripts, press releases, historical information, video highlights, statistics and rosters, go
to the official website of the New York Giants, Giants.com. Giants.com is the only place to find exclusive content, including live broadcasts
of Head Coach Tom Coughlin’s press conferences.
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                             TABLE OF CONTENTS
 NFC East Standings......................................................... Page 1
 Upcoming Media Availability ......................................... Page 1
 2011 Giants Schedule ..................................................... Page 3
 Pronunciation Guide ...................................................... Page 3
 Top Offensive Performers .............................................. Page 4
 Top Defensive Performers ............................................. Page 6
 On the Horizon ............................................................... Page 9
 Last Time Against the Saints........................................... Page 9
 Giants Broadcast Productions ........................................ Page 12                                                      CELEBRATING 25 YEARS
 Tale of the Tape ............................................................. Page 13
                                                                                                           This season marks the 25th anniversary of the Giants first Super
 Team Leaders ................................................................. Page 13
 Coaching Comparison .................................................... Page 14                          Bowl victory. The 1986 team was honored with a special ceremony
 Giants Notables .............................................................. Page 15                    at halftime of the Giants Monday night game vs. St. Louis on Sept.
 The Last Time it Happened............................................. Page 21                            19. Fans can also re-live and celebrate the unforgettable year
 Position-by-Position ....................................................... Page 25
                                                                                                           throughout the season. The Giants have produced and will host a
 Game Summaries ........................................................... Page 35
 Depth Chart.................................................................... Page 45                   series of events, activities, memorabilia and programming,
 Rosters ........................................................................... Page 48               commemorating the 1986 Super Bowl winning team. For more
 How the 2011 Giants were Built .................................... Page 49                               information, visit Giants.com.
 2011 Giants Regular Season Statistics ............................ Page 51




                                                                            NFL SCHEDULE - WEEK 12
Thursday, Nov. 24                                                                                              Washington at Seattle ............................... 4:05 PM (ET)-FOX
Green Bay at Detroit .................................. 12:30 PM (ET)-FOX                                      Chicago at Oakland .................................... 4:05 PM (ET)-FOX
Miami at Dallas .......................................... 4:15 PM (ET)-CBS
San Francisco at Baltimore ........................ 8:20 PM (ET)-NFLN                                          New England at Philadelphia ..................... 4:15 PM (ET)-CBS
                                                                                                               Denver at San Diego .................................. 4:15 PM (ET)-CBS
Sunday, Nov. 27
Buffalo at New York Jets ............................ 1:00 PM (ET)-CBS                                         Pittsburgh at Kansas City ........................... 8:20 PM (ET)-NBC
Cleveland at Cincinnati .............................. 1:00 PM (ET)-CBS
Houston at Jacksonville ............................. 1:00 PM (ET)-CBS                                         Monday, Nov. 21
Minnesota at Atlanta ................................. 1:00 PM (ET)-FOX                                        New York Giants at New Orleans .............. 8:30 PM (ET) - ESPN
Arizona at St. Louis .................................... 1:00 PM (ET)-FOX
Carolina at Indianapolis ............................. 1:00 PM (ET)-FOX
Tampa Bay at Tennessee ........................... 1:00 PM (ET)-FOX

                                                                    NFL STANDINGS BY DIVISION
AFC EAST                                                  AFC NORTH                                        AFC SOUTH                             AFC WEST
Teams                       W         L       Pct.        Teams                         W      L   Pct.    Teams             W      L    Pct.    Teams               W     L     Pct.
New England                 7         3       .700        Baltimore                     7      3   .700    Houston           7      3    .700    Oakland             6     4     .600
New York Jets               5         5       .500        Pittsburgh                    7      3   .700    Tennessee         5      5    .500    Denver              5     5     .500
Buffalo                     5         5       .500        Cincinnati                    6      4   .600    Jacksonville      3      7    .300    San Diego           4     6     .400
Miami                       3         7       .300        Cleveland                     4      6   .400    Indianapolis      0      10   .000    Kansas City         4     6     .400

NFC EAST                                                  NFC NORTH                                        NFC SOUTH                             NFC WEST
Teams                       W         L       Pct.        Teams                         W      L   Pct.    Teams             W      L    Pct.    Teams               W     L     Pct.
Dallas                      6         4       .600        Green Bay                     10     0   1.000   New Orleans       7      3    .700    San Francisco       9     1     .900
New York Giants             6         4       .600        Detroit                       7      3   .700    Atlanta           6      4    .600    Seattle             4     6     .400
Philadelphia                4         6       .400        Chicago                       7      3   .700    Tampa Bay         4      6    .400    Arizona             3     7     .300
Washington                  3         7       .300        Minnesota                     2      8   .200    Carolina          2      8    .200    St. Louis           2     8     .200

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   AT MERCEDES-BENZ SUPERDOME The Giants are 3-6 all-time at the
Mercedes-Benz Superdome.                                                              NEW YORK GIANTS 2011 SCHEDULE
                                                                                             PRESEASON (2-2)
     SAINTS/GIANTS CONNECTIONS New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean                    Date   Opponent       Result
                                                                                     8/13   at Carolina    L, 20-10
Payton was an assistant coach with the New York Giants from 1999-2002,
                                                                                     8/22   CHICAGO        W, 41-13
the last three seasons as the offensive coordinator. Giants strength and
                                                                                     8/29   NEW YORK JETS L, 17-3
conditioning coach Jerry Palmieri coached with the Saints in 2003 before             9/1    at New England W, 18-17
joining the Giants staff in 2004. Giants assistant strength and conditioning
coach Marcus Paul coached with the Saints from 1998-1999.                                   REGULAR SEASON (6-4)
     GIANTS VS. SAINTS The Giants lead the series, 14-11. The two teams              Date    Opponent         Result
have never met in the playoffs. Head Coach Tom Coughlin is 2-3 against the           9/11    at Washington* L, 28-14
                                                                                     9/19    ST. LOUIS        W, 28-16
Saints in his career (0-2 with the Giants).
                                                                                     9/25    at Philadelphia* W, 29-16
     BIG BLUE DEFENSIVE TAKEAWAY MACHINE The Big Blue defense has                    10/2    at Arizona       W, 31-27
forced at least one turnover in 23 straight regular season games, the                10/9    SEATTLE          L, 36-25
longest active streak in the NFL.                                                    10/16   BUFFALO          W, 27-24
     APPLYING THE PRESSURE The Giants defense is tied for the league-lead                          Bye Week
in sacks this season (31). The Giants finished the 2010 season with 46 sacks         10/30 MIAMI              W, 20-17
and with 31 sacks in 10 games is on pace to finish the 2011 season with 50.          11/6    at New England W, 24-20
                                                                                     11/13 at San Francisco L, 27-20
     LET THE GOOD TYNES ROLL Lawrence Tynes kicked one extra point vs.
                                                                                     11/20 PHILADELPHIA* L, 17-10
Philadelphia on Nov. 20 and has made a franchise-record 141 in a row. The            11/28 at New Orleans 8:30 PM
previous mark was 133, set by Pete Gogolak from 1967-72.                             12/4    GREEN BAY        4:15 PM
     JASON PIERRE-PAUL GETS AFTER THE QUARTERBACK This season, the                   12/11 at Dallas*         8:20 PM
Giants have relied heavily on second-year defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul            12/18 WASHINGTON* 1:00 PM
and he has delivered. A product of South Florida, Pierre-Paul has 10.5 sacks         12/24 at New York Jets 1:00 PM
                                                                                     1/1     DALLAS*          1:00 PM
(third-best in NFL) and 44 tackles in 10 games. Pierre-Paul has recorded at
                                                                                          * denotes NFC East contest
least 0.5 sacks in eight of the 10 games this season. In the last six games,
Pierre-Paul has recorded 6.0 sacks: 1.0 vs. Philadelphia (Nov. 20), 1.0 vs.
New England (Nov. 6), 1.0 vs. Miami (Oct. 30), 1.0 vs. Buffalo (Oct. 16), and
2.0 vs. Seattle (Oct. 9).                                                                        Week 11 Giants Game Ball
     O-SI-D Defensive end Osi Umenyiora has 7.0 sacks and two forced                               Victor Cruz
fumbles in seven games this season after missing the first three games due
to a knee injury.




                        PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
 Prince Amukamara Ah-Moo-Kah-Mair-a    Mitch Petrus Pet-trus
 David Baas BOSS                       Mario Manningham MAHH-rio                The Week 11 game ball goes to wide receiver Victor
 Will Beatty Be-dee                    Linval Joseph Lin-Vall                   Cruz, who led the team in receptions (six) and
 David Diehl DEAL                      Jacquian Williams Ja-Kwon                receiving yards (128). He had a 24-yard touchdown
 Zak DeOssie Dee-Aussie                Mark Herzlich Hurts-Lick                 catch in the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia
                                                                                Eagles.




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                                           TOP OFFENSIVE PREFORMERS
        Eli Manning, Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz, Mario Manningham, and Jake Ballard have led the way for the Giants offense
                                       this season. Below are some of their standout games.

                                                        Eli Manning
Eli Manning completed 20 of 39 pass attempts for 250 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in a come-from-behind
victory over the New England Patriots in Week 9 (Nov. 6), the third consecutive game and fifth time this season Manning led
the Giants to a late game-winning score. In the other four comebacks this season, Manning completed 31 of 45 attempts for
349 yards and two touchdowns vs. Miami in Week 8 (Oct. 30); and in Week 5, passed for a career-high 420 yards against the
Seahawks (Oct. 9); completed 27 of 40 attempts for 321 yards and two touchdowns at Arizona in Week 4 (Oct. 2); and was
named the NFC’s Offensive Player of the Week after tying a career-high with four touchdown passes at Philadelphia in Week
3 (Sept. 25).

Date        Result   Opp     Att    Cmp     Yds   TD    Int    Rate    25+
09/25/11      W      Phi      23     16     254    4     0     145.7   4
10/02/11      W      Ari      40     27     321    2     0     108.4   3
10/09/11      L      Sea      39     24     420    3     3     91.8    4
10/30/11      W      Mia      45     31     349    2     0     106.6   2
11/06/11      W      NE       39     20     250    2     1     77.9    2



                                                                                     Hakeem Nicks
                                                       Hakeem Nicks is second on the team in receptions (43), receiving touchdowns
                                                       (four) and receiving yards (685). He had the game-winning 29-yard
                                                       touchdown reception in the fourth quarter at Arizona (Oct. 2).

                                                       Date     Result Opp Tgt Rec          Yds   Avg Long      TD 25+
                                                       09/11/11   L    Was 11   7           122   17.4 68        0 1
                                                       10/02/11   W Ari    14   10          162   16.2 29t       1 2
                                                       10/16/11   W Buf 7       4           96    24.0 60        0 1




                                                          Victor Cruz
   Victor Cruz leads the team with receiving yards (800), receptions (46), and receiving touchdowns (five) this season. Cruz
   had career-highs with eight receptions for 161 yards, including a 68-yard touchdown, against the Seahawks (Oct. 9). He
   caught the game-winning 26-yard touchdown pass from Eli Manning against Miami (Oct. 30). He also caught six passes for
   128 yards and one touchdown in a loss to the Philadelphia Eagles (Nov. 20).

   Date     Result Opp      Tgt Rec       Yds   Avg Long      TD 25+
   09/25/11   W Phi         5    3        110   36.7 74t       2 2
   10/02/11   W Ari         9    6        98    16.3 26        0 1
   10/09/11   L    Sea      11   8        161   20.1 68t       1 2
   10/30/11   W Mia         9    7        99    14.1 26        1 2
   11/06/11   W NE          11   6        91    15.2 23        0 0
   11/13/11   L    SF       11   6        84    14.0 36        0 1
   11/20/11   L    Phi      10   6        128   21.3 47        1 1


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                                Mario Manningham
Mario Manningham has 26 receptions in his last six games. Manningham has 34
catches, 404 receiving yards and three touchdowns this season. He caught a
touchdown pass in three of the last four games.

Date     Result Opp   Tgt Rec    Yds   Avg Long     TD 25+
10/09/11   L    Sea   9    5     56    11.2 17       0 0
10/16/11   W Buf      8    5     56    11.2 16       0 0
10/30/11   W Mia      9    6     63    10.5 14       1 0
11/06/11   W NE       7    3     33    11.0 14       1 0
11/13/11   L    SF    10   6     77    12.8 18       1 0




                                                                             Jake Ballard
                                          Jake Ballard has had a breakout year in his first full season in the NFL. Ballard has
                                          started at tight end in nine games and has 27 receptions for 443 yards and three
                                          touchdowns. He also has four catches for more than 25 yards, including a 41-yard
                                          reception against Washington (Sept. 11). Ballard caught the game-winning one-
                                          yard touchdown pass from Eli Manning with 15 seconds left in the fourth quarter
                                          in Week 9 against New England to improve the Giants record to 6-2 (Nov. 6).

                                          Date     Result Opp Tgt Rec           Yds    Avg Long       TD 25+
                                          09/11/11   L    Was 3    2            59     29.5 41         0 1
                                          10/09/11   L    Sea 4    3            72     24.0 32         1 2
                                          10/16/11   W Buf 5       5            81     16.2 24         0 0
                                          10/30/11   W Mia 7       4            55     13.8 22         0 0
                                          11/06/11   W NE     7    4            67     16.8 30         1 1




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                                     TOP DEFENSIVE PERFORMERS
     Jason Pierre-Paul, Osi Umenyiora, Mathias Kiwanuka, Michael Boley, Corey Webster and Antrel Rolle have attacked the
                              opposition this season. Below are their best performances of 2011.



                                                                                 Jason Pierre-Paul
                                              JPP has started seven games this season, switching between right and left
                                              defensive end, and has recorded 44 tackles (34 solo), including a team-leading
                                              10.5 sacks (six in the last six games) and six tackles for a loss. He also has one
                                              forced fumble this season. JPP’s 10.5 sacks rank third in the NFL.

                                              Date    Result     Opp Tot Tack Asst Sack Yds Stuff Lost FF FR PD
                                              9/11/11   L        Was 6     5   1    2    26 1.5 1.5 1 0 0
                                              9/25/11   W        Phi  9    7   2    2    12 0      0    0 0 0
                                              10/09/11 L         Sea  6    5   1    2    9   0     0    0 0 1
                                              10/16/11 W         Buf  3    3   0    1    9   0     0    0 0 1
                                              10/30/11 W         Mia  5    3   2    1    0   1     4    1 0 0
                                              11/20/11 L         Phi  4    3   1    1    3   0     0    0 0 0



                                   Osi Umenyiora
After missing the first three games due to a knee injury, Umenyiora has recorded
22 tackles (14 solo), including seven sacks (second-most on the team) and two
tackles for a loss. He also has two forced fumbles.

Date    Result    Opp Tot Tack Asst Sack Yds Stuff Lost               FF FR PD
10/02/11 W        Ari  2    2   0    2    15 0      0                  1 0 0
10/09/11 L        Sea  4    3   1    2    10 1      2                  1 0 0
10/16/11 W        Buf  4    2   2    1    10 0      0                  0 0 0
10/30/11 W        Mia  2    1   1    1    10 0      0                  0 0 0




                                                                             Mathias Kiwanuka
                                        Mathias Kiwanuka recorded a team-high 12 tackles and an interception against New
                                        England (Nov. 6). He was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his
                                        performance. He has recorded 57 tackles (43 solo), including 3.5 sacks and 12.5 tackles for
                                        a loss. He also has one interception and one forced fumble this season.

                                        Date    Result     Opp Tot Tack Asst Sack Yds Stuff Lost Int FF FR PD
                                        10/16/11 W         Buf  7    6   1    1    6   0     0    0 1 0 0
                                        10/30/11 W         Mia  7    5   2    1.5 15 0       0    0 0 0 0
                                        11/06/11 W         NE   12   6   6    0    0   1     1.5 1 0 0 1
                                        11/20/11 L         Phi  7    6   1    0    0   2.5 3      0 0 0 0




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                                  Michael Boley
This season Michael Boley has emerged as a leader on defense, recording 57
tackles (42 solo), including one sack and five tackles for a loss. He also has one
forced fumble and three fumble recoveries, one of which he returned 65 yards
for a touchdown against St. Louis (Sept. 19).

Date    Result    Opp Tot Tack Asst Sack Yds Stuff Lost FF FR PD
09/19/11 W        StL  6    3   3    0    0   0     0    0 1 1
09/25/11 W        Phi  6    4   2    0    0   1.5 3.5 0 0 1
10/02/11 W        Ari  7    5   2    0    0   0     0    0 0 0
10/09/11 L        Sea  7    5   2    0    0   0.5 1      0 1 0
10/16/11 W        Buf  8    7   1    0    0   0     0    0 0 0
10/30/11 W        Mia  6    6   0    0    0   2.5 5      0 0 0
11/06/11 W        NE   10   7   3    0    0   0     0    1 0 1




                                                                             Corey Webster
                                        While taking on the opponent’s top receiver week-in and week-out, Webster has
                                        recorded 34 tackles (29 solo), including one tackle for a loss, 11 passes defensed and
                                        tied his career high with a team-leading four interceptions (tied with Aaron Ross).

                                        Date    Result     Opp Tot Tack Asst Sack Yds Stuff Lost            Int FF FR     PD
                                        10/16/11 W         Buf  5    4   1    0    0   0     0               2 0 0         3
                                        10/30/11 W         Mia  4    3   1    0    0   0     0               1 0 0         3
                                        11/13/11 L         SF   3    3   0    0    0   0     0               1 0 0         1




                                       Antrel Rolle
In his second year with the Giants, Rolle leads the team with 62 tackles (53 solo),
including 1.5 tackles for a loss, and also has one interception, one forced fumble and
three passes defensed.

Date    Result    Opp Tot Tack Asst Sack Yds Stuff Lost Int FF FR                    PD
09/11/11 L        Was 7     6   1    0    0   0     0    0 0 0                       0
09/19/11 W        StL  9    8   1    0    0   0     0    0 1 0                       0
09/25/11 W        Phi  7    6   1    0    0   1     1    0 0 0                       0
10/02/11 W        Ari  6    6   0    0    0   0     0    1 0 0                       2
10/09/11 L        Sea  8    6   2    0    0   0     0    0 0 0                       0
10/16/11 W        Buf  8    6   2    0    0   0.5 0.5 0 0 0                          0




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                        GIANTS HOST ‘SEASON OF GIVING’
                   HOLIDAY COMMUNITY OUTREACH CAMPAIGN
The New York Football Giants will host their annual “Season of Giving” holiday community outreach campaign, where
Giants players and staff participate in a series of events aimed to help those in need across the New Jersey/New York
metropolitan area during the holiday season.

The following is an overview of the remaining events being held during the months of November and December. Further
details will be released in the days leading up to each respective event:

Chris Canty
Food Bank for New York City Community Kitchen and Food Pantry in Harlem - Tuesday, November 22
Chris Canty, along with the help of teammates, will unload 500 turkeys, generously donated by Stop & Shop, to
benefit the Food Bank for New York City Community Kitchen and Food Pantry in Harlem. Afterwards, the Giants
players will assist the facility in serving hot meals to those in need.


16th Annual Coat Drive
MetLife Stadium - Sunday, December 4 (Giants vs. Packers)
Fans are encouraged to bring their gently worn coats to any of the FedEx trucks or New York Cares volunteers located at
each stadium entrance when the Giants host the Green Bay Packers. All coats collected during the drive will be donated to
New York Cares, a non-profit organization that meets pressing community needs by mobilizing caring New Yorkers in
volunteer service. The coats will then be distributed to New York City residents in need of a warm coat during the winter
months.


Justin Tuck, Michael Boley, Prince Amukamara, Dave Tollefson
Toy and Book Drive For R.U.S.H. for Literacy and Boys & Girls Club - Monday, December 5; 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Justin Tuck, Michael Boley, Prince Amukamara, and Dave Tollefson have teamed up to host the 5th Annual Toy and Book
Drive benefitting Tuck’s R.U.S.H for Literacy and The Boys & Girls Clubs of Garfield, Lodi and Hackensack at Westfield
Garden State Plaza (Lord & Taylor court) in Paramus. The Giants players will sign autographs in exchange for donations of a
new unwrapped toy or book. Grammy-award winning recording artist and radio host Hezekiah Walker will also be in
attendance.


Giants Jingle Jam
MetLife Stadium - Tuesday, December 6
Each holiday season, the Giants host 750 of New Jersey’s foster children at MetLife Stadium for a holiday funfest. Giants
players dressed as Santa give each child a new football or basketball, duffle bag, winter coat and hat as well as an
autograph. The fun-filled event also includes music, face painting, clowns and treats from the famed “Cake Boss” of Carlo’s
Bake Shop in Hoboken.


Touchdown for Tots Presented by Toyota
MetLife Stadium - Sunday, December 18 (Giants vs. Redskins)
Fans are encouraged to bring new, unwrapped toys to any of the collection vehicles and Marine volunteers located at each
entrance to the stadium prior to the Giants vs. Redskins game. Uniformed Marine Corps Reserves will be on hand to assist
in collecting these gifts. All gifts collected during the drive will be donated to local children who benefit from the ongoing
support of the Marines. Toys for Tots is the premier community action program of the United States Marines.


For more information, visit Giants.com.

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     ON THE HORIZON Next week, the Giants face the Green             until Chase Blackburn sacked backup quarterback Mark Brunell
Bay Packers in MetLife Stadium on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 4:15 PM          on the Saints’ final offensive snap.
(ET).
     The two teams have met 49 times during the regular              New Orleans scored five first-half touchdowns, including one
season with the Packers leading the series, 26-21-2. The             on each of its first four possessions – one week after the Giants
Packers also lead the postseason series, 4-2. The two teams          scored on its first four drives vs. Oakland.
met in Green Bay last season with the Packers winning, 45-17.
                                                                     “It was definitely a shock,” defensive end Osi Umenyiora said. “I
                                                                     thought for sure we were going to play better than we did. But
                                                                     we have to give New Orleans a whole bunch of credit. They had
                                                                     a very, very good game plan.”
     LAST TIME AGAINST THE SAINTS: Oct. 18, 2009
NEW ORLEANS – Of the thousands of words offer in analysis of
                                                                     Drew Brees completed 23 of 30 passes for 369 yards and threw
the Giants-Saints game in the Superdome, perhaps none were
                                                                     touchdowns to four different receivers – Marques Colston (12
more accurate than those uttered by Antonio Pierce.
                                                                     yards), Jeremy Shockey (one), Lance Moore (12) and Robert
“Two good teams went against each other today,” the Giants’          Meachem (36). Colston caught eight passes for 166 yards, the
middle linebacker said, “and one team made a lot more plays          highest yardage total by a Giants opponent since Randy Moss
than other team.”                                                    had 171 eight years ago. The Saints converted seven of 13 third
                                                                     down opportunities and Brees was not sacked.
That team was the Saints, who got touchdowns from seven
different players, gained almost 500 yards and led by as many        “From my standpoint, there wasn’t much pressure on the guy,”
as 28 points as they rolled to a 48-27 victory. The Giants’          Coughlin said. “I don’t know that we ever hit him.”
season-opening five-game winning streak ended as they gave
                                                                     “They did things to neutralize our pass rush,” Umenyiora said.
up more points in a game than they had in a decade.
                                                                     “They used a lot of play action. We have to convert off of that
Washington scored 50 on Sept. 19, 1999 in Giants Stadium.
                                                                     and play the pass and we didn’t do a good job of that.”
“Obviously, we couldn’t stop them,” Coach Tom Coughlin said.
                                                                     The Saints also had a productive ground game. They rushed for
“We couldn’t get them out. There are no excuses. We played
                                                                     133 yards. Pierre Thomas led the way with 72 yards and Mike
poorly. We have to regroup.”
                                                                     Bell (two yards), Reggie Bush (seven) and Heath Evans (two) all
Eli Manning, making his NFL debut in his hometown and playing        ran for touchdowns.
for the first time ever in the Superdome – where he spent many
                                                                     “We were in position to make plays,” Pierce said, “and we just
Sundays of his youth cheering for the Saints – was forced to
                                                                     did not make those plays.”
play from behind all day.
                                                                     “We just couldn’t stop them today,” cornerback Terrell Thomas
“It’s part of football,” he said. “It’s not the way I imagined it,
                                                                     said. “They executed their offense better than we did our
thinking about it during the week. If you play the game long
                                                                     defense.”
enough, you encounter all sorts of games and all sorts of
situations. I look at it as a loss and we have to come back next     The Giants gained a respectable 325 yards. Manning completed
week and try to improve.”                                            14 of 31 passes for 178 yards. He was intercepted once and lost
                                                                     a fumble. Manning threw a touchdown pass to Mario
The Giants will host defending NFC champion Arizona next
                                                                     Manningham and backup David Carr tossed one to Hakeem
Sunday night. The Cardinals are 3-2.
                                                                     Nicks (the rookie’s third game in a row with a score). Ahmad
The Saints improved to 5-0 and accumulated some imposing             Bradshaw ran in for another score and Lawrence Tynes kicked
offensive numbers in the process. They had 493 yards of total        three field goals.
offense, the most allowed by the Giants since the Cardinals
                                                                     “I didn’t think we made enough plays,” Coughlin said. “Early in
gained 495 on Nov. 11, 1988. New Orleans was over 500 under
                                                                     the game we had a chance with some plays that I thought were

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well-designed. We had people in the middle of the field. We          first half since Seattle scored 35 on Sept. 24, 2006, in a 42-30
had people open. We just didn’t get it done. They were making        Seahawks victory.
the plays, we were not making those plays.”
                                                                     Despite the large deficit, the Giants seemed to gain some
Already leading by three touchdowns, the Saints put together         momentum late in the half with a goal-line stand by the
an 80-yard drive in the fourth quarter to further pad their          defense that included third and fourth-down stops from the
advantage. Thomas ripped off a 25-yard run and Brees threw a         one-yard line. An unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on the
34-yard pass to Meachem that was upheld after a Coughlin             Saints moved the ball out to the 16 and Manning quickly
challenge and gave New Orleans a first down at the two. Evans        completed an 18-yard pass to Manningham. But on the next
then scored on his only carry of the game to make it 48-20.          play, Manning was sacked by blitzing cornerback Roman
                                                                     Harper, who forced a fumble that linebacker Scott Shanle
David Carr replaced Manning and his third play was a 37-yard         returned to the Giants’ seven-yard line. Shanle lost the ball and
touchdown pass to Nicks. It was Carr’s first scoring pass of the     Kevin Boss recovered in the end zone for the Giants. The ruling
season.                                                              on the field was that Shanle was down, a call the Giants hoped
                                                                     replay official Tom Sifferman would overturn. But he upheld
Tynes’ 38-yard field goal with 12:09 remaining in the game
                                                                     the ruling on the field.
made the score 41-20. The Giants appeared to score a
touchdown on the previous play, when a scrambling Manning            “That was a costly mistake on my part,” Manning said. “I have
threw a fourth-down pass, 10-yard pass to Brandon Jacobs,            to take care of the ball there.”
who jumped to make a terrific catch in the end zone. But Shaun
O’Hara was penalized for holding, pushing the Giants back to         “It was a protection error that caused it,” Coughlin said. “We
the 20. Tom Coughlin then elected to kick the field goal.            had 55 seconds left. We’ve done it in less time than that. We
                                                                     had just made one play. The one that can’t happen did
“We just didn’t execute as well as we normally do,” said Jacobs,     happen.”
who rushed for 33 yards on seven carries.
                                                                     To add injury to insult, tackle Kareem McKenzie was carted off
Brees’ fourth touchdown pass, a 12-yarder to Colston, put the        after the play with a groin injury.
Saints in front, 41-17, with 4:10 remaining in the third quarter.
On second-and-three, Colston was by himself in the end zone          Two snaps later, Reggie Bush scooted around left end for the
when he caught Brees’ pass pinpoint throw.                           Saints’ fifth touchdown of the half.

New Orleans took possession when Manning’s deep pass down            The Giants had closed to within 27-17 on Manning’s 15-yard
the right side for Hakeem Nicks was intercepted by Jabari            touchdown pass to Manningham with 3:19 remaining in the
Greer, who returned the ball 11 yards to the Saints’ 29.             second quarter. Domenik Hixon’s 68-yard kickoff return gave
                                                                     the Giants possession on the New Orleans’ 37. Manning’s 18-
“It was a bad throw,” Manning said. “They had a blitz on and I       yard pass to Boss and two Bradshaw runs advanced the ball to
couldn’t step into the throw like I normally do. It was a poor       the 15. Manning then threw to the left side for Manningham,
decision on my part to try to make that throw when a guy was         who secured the ball despite tight coverage by safety Darren
coming at me.”                                                       Sharper.
Colston turned a medium-range pass into a 26-yard gain early         Brees’ 12-yard touchdown pass to Moore increased the Saints’
in the drive. Two penalties later left New Orleans facing a third-   lead to 27-10 and gave them four touchdowns on their first
and-17 at the Giants’ 41. But Brees fired a strike to Moore for a    four possessions.
22-yard gain to the 19. Two plays later, Colston scored.
                                                                     On second-and-10, Bress threw to Moore, who was alone in the
The Giants trailed at halftime, 34-17, their largest deficit after   middle of the end zone. The score capped a five-play, 60-yard
two quarters since Nov. 25, 2007, when they trailed Minnesota,       drive that included a 35-yard pass interference penalty called
24-7. The 34 points were the most allowed by the Giants in a         on cornerback Corey Webster, whose legs got tangled up with


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Colston’s.                                                             drive that took only six plays to complete. On the first three
                                                                       snaps, Brees completed passes of 15 yards to Moore, 18 yards
Bradshaw scored the Giants’ first touchdown on a 10-yard run           to Shockey and 12 yards to Colston. New Orleans appeared to
off right tackle with 7:41 remaining in the second quarter. That       score on a 29-yard pass down the middle to Colston. But Tom
cut the Saints’ lead to 20-10.                                         Coughlin challenged the ruling, claiming the receiver was down
                                                                       by contact. After review, referee Ed Hochuli said Colston’s
New Orleans appeared to have a touchdown moments earlier
                                                                       elbow had touched the ground and spotted the ball at the one-
when Sharper intercepted a Manning pass and returned it 70
                                                                       yard line.
yards. But the play was nullified by Jonathan Vilma’s roughing
the passer penalty, which gave the Giants a first down on the          But the Giants’ good fortune was short-lived, because on the
Saints’ 19. The Giants covered that territory on the ground, as        next snap, Brees flipped a touchdown pass to Shockey.
Jacobs rushed for six yards and Bradshaw followed with runs of
three yards and the touchdown.                                         “You have to put the blame on the defense,” Pierce said. “We
                                                                       didn’t do a good job getting them off the field and giving our
The Saints had extended their lead to 20-3 on Brees’ 36-yard           offense field position and giving them a chance to get into the
touchdown pass to Robert Meachem, who caught the ball in               game. We will hard at it and get better.”
the end zone despite being closely covered by safety C.C.
Brown. Fred Robbins blocked John Carney’s extra point                  “A bunch of can’t happens did happen today,” Coughlin said. “I
attempt.                                                               hope they all happened on one day and we can move forward
                                                                       from this. There are a lot of things that need to be addressed.”
New Orleans needed only four lays to go 57 yards: Pierre
Thomas ran twice for 10 yards, Brees threw an 11-yard pass to          That process starts Monday.
Shockey and the touchdown.

Tynes got the Giants on the scoreboard with a 49-yard field
goal with three seconds remaining in the first quarter. It was his
longest field goal in three seasons with the Giants and longest
since Dec. 17, 2006, when he kicked a 52-yarder for Kansas City
at San Diego.

The score was set up by Domenik Hixon’s 45-yard kickoff return
to the 50. Brandon Jacobs ran for all 19 yards the Giants gained
on the drive. Manning’s third-down pass deep down the middle
just sailed past Steve Smith’s outstretched hands and Tynes
came on to kick the field goal.

New Orleans put together a pair of drives totaling 150 yards in
the first quarter to take an early 14-0 lead, the Giants’ first such
deficit since Dec. 23, 2007 at Buffalo.

The Saints took the opening kickoff and marched 70 yards in 15
plays and 7:41, the longest possession against the Giants in
plays and time this season. Bell got the touchdown on a fourth-
down, two-yard dive into the end zone. The longest play on the
drive was Brees’ 18-yard pass to Moore, who had three
receptions on the series.

After the Giants punted, the Saints embarked on an 80-yard

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                               GIANTS BROADCAST PRODUCTIONS
The following is the 2011 Giants’ broadcast productions schedule:

 “Giants Chronicles” - MSG - 9:30 AM Sunday. Features interviews, classic footage and the best stories with the greatest Giants
legends. Hosted by Bob Papa, this season the series will focus on episodes featuring Giants greats like Mark Bavaro, Lawrence
Taylor and other legends from the 1986 Super Bowl Championship team who are celebrating the 25th anniversary of that
magical season. Re-airs on Wednesdays at 11:30 AM.

“Giants Opening Drive Live” - MSG - 10:00 PM Sunday. A breakdown of the Giants and their opponent, live shots from
tailgaters and player arrivals, as well as a look around the league. For home games throughout the season, the hour-long
program will be telecast live from MetLife Stadium with hosts Bob Papa, Carl Banks and Harry Carson and reporters Paul Dottino
and Anita Marks. When the Giants are on the road, the show will feature Harry Carson, former Giants punter Jeff Feagles and
the MSG Network’s Mike Crispino.
                                                         “Giants Postgame Live” - My9 - Immediately following every game.
  GIANTS BROADCAST PRODUCTIONS SCHEDULE                  Features live post-game press conferences by Head Coach Tom
                                                         Coughlin and the players, as well as exclusive interviews, game break
                                                         down, analysis and highlights. Live fan Twitter comments and updates
  SUNDAY                                                 are also posted throughout the show. Hosted by Russ Salzberg, with
  9:00 AM (MSG) - “Giants Online” (re-air)               analysts and Giants legends Amani Toomer, Howard Cross and Jeff
  9:30 AM (MSG) - “Giants Chronicles”                    Feagles.
  10:00 AM (MSG) - “Giants Opening Drive Live”
     (live)                                              “Giants Rewind” - MSG+ - 7:00 PM Wednesday. Condenses, breaks
  11:30 AM (FOX5) - “Giants Kickoff”                     down and examines the Giants last game using exclusive highlights,
                                                         post-game interviews and candid sideline sound and video. Re-airs at
  Immediately following every game (My9) -
                                                         10:30 PM, Thursdays at 5:30 PM, Fridays at 5:00 PM and Saturdays at
     “Giants Postgame Live” (live)                       10:30 AM, 3:30 PM and 4:00 PM.

 WEDNESDAY                                              “Press Conference Wrap-Up” - MSG+ - 11:00 PM Wednesday. On
 11:00 AM (MSG) - “Coach’s Press Conference”            Wednesdays, the MSG Network will broadcast Coach Coughlin’s press
   (live)                                               conference live at 11:00 a.m. The press conference will then be
                                                        expanded into a 30-minute program at 11:00 p.m. hosted by Anita
 11:30 AM (MSG) - “Giants Chronicles” (re-air)
                                                        Marks and Paul Dottino.
 7:00 PM (MSG+) - “Giants Rewind”
 10:30 PM (MSG+) - “Giants Rewind” (re-air)              “Big Blue Hits” - FIOS - 4:00 PM Thursday. A live call-in show hosted
 11:00 PM (MSG+) - “Giants Press Conference             by Anita Marks and John Schmeelk. Each week the show invites a
   Wrap Up Show”                                        Giants player to discuss the state of the team from their unique
                                                        perspective. Fans also get a chance to ask that week’s featured player
 THURSDAY                                               questions about the team and upcoming games. The show will also be
                                                        streamed live on the web at Giants.com.
 4:00 PM (FIOS) - “Big Blue Hits” (Giants.com)
 5:30 PM (MSG+) - “Giants Rewind” (re-air)              “Giants Online” - MSG - 9:00 AM Saturday. A new 30-minute
                                                        reporters roundtable discussion featuring various columnists and beat
 FRIDAY                                                 reporters from the metropolitan area hosted by Bob Papa and Giants
 5:00 PM (MSG+) - “Giants Rewind” (re-air)              Senior Vice President of Communications Pat Hanlon. The show
                                                        includes heated discussions, second guessing and fan questions
                                                        submitted to @Giants on Twitter as the hosts and guests debate the
 SATURDAY
                                                        state of the Giants, the NFC East, and any other related topics in the
 9:00 AM (MSG) - “Giants Online”
                                                        NFL. Re-airs Sunday at 9:00 AM.
 10:30 AM/ 3:30 PM/ 4:00 PM (MSG+) - “Giants
   Rewind” (re-air)                               “Giants Access Blue” - My9 - 11:00 PM Saturday. A back stage, all
 11:00 PM (My9) - “Giants Access Blue”            access pass into Big Blue that features in-depth, up-close and off-beat
                                                  interviews with Giants players, coaches and legends off the field and
                                                  away from the locker room. The program gives Giants fans insight into
                                                  their favorite Giant player’s interests in pop culture, music and
                                                  entertainment.
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      SAINTS - 2011 TALE OF THE TAPE                      GIANTS - 2011 TALE OF THE TAPE
Saints                         Opponents             Giants                        Opponents
313      Points Scored         228                   228     Points Scored         228
245      Total First Downs     199                   197     Total First Downs     195
72/135 Third Down Conversions 47/134                 47/131 Third Down Conversions 51/141
4369     Offensive Yards       3614                  3646    Offensive Yards       3621
1175     Rushing Yards         1215                  832     Rushing Yards         1230
3194     Passing Yards         2399                  2814    Passing Yards         2391
22/27 Field Goals              18/20                 10/12 Field Goals             19/21
35       Touchdowns            25                    28      Touchdowns            24
9        Rushing TDs           7                     9       Rushing TDs           10
23       Passing TDs           16                    18      Passing TDs           12
3        TDs on Returns        2                     1       TDs on Returns        2
9.6      Punt Return Avg.      6.0                   7.5     Punt Return Avg.      10.1
25.7     KO Return Avg.        26.5                  22.3    KO Return Avg.        23.2
21       Sacks                 19                    31      Sacks                 19


         SAINTS 2011 TEAM LEADERS                             GIANTS 2011 TEAM LEADERS

Scoring:               John Kasay         99         Scoring:             Lawrence Tynes      56
Pass Attempts:         Drew Brees         422        Pass Attempts:       Eli Manning         355
Pass Completions:      Drew Brees         299        Pass Completions:    Eli Manning         220
Completion Pct:        Drew Brees         70.9%      Completion Pct:      Eli Manning         62.0%
Passing Yards:         Drew Brees         3326       Passing Yards:       Eli Manning         2952
Passing TDs:           Drew Brees         23         Passing TDs:         Eli Manning         18
Rushing Yards:         Darren Sproles     348        Rushing Yards:       Ahmad Bradshaw      440
Rushing TDs:           Mark Ingram        3          Rushing TDs:         Ahmad Bradshaw      5
Yards-per-Rush:        Darren Spoles      6.8        Yards-per-Rush:      Da’Rel Scott        5.3
Receptions:            Jimmy Graham       62         Receptions:          Victor Cruz         46
Receiving Yards:       Jimmy Graham       873        Receiving Yards:     Victor Cruz         800
Receiving TDs:         Jimmy Graham       6          Receiving TDs:       Victor Cruz         5
Yards-per-Reception:   Devery Henderson   17.7       Yards-per-Reception: Victor Cruz         17.4
Total Yards:           Darren Sproles     796        Total Yards:         Victor Cruz         803
Tackles:               Roman Harper       69         Tackles:             Antel Rolle         62
Sacks:                 Roman Harper       6.5        Sacks:               Jason Pierre-Paul   10.5
Interceptions:         Patrick Robinson   2          Interceptions:       Corey Webster       4
Punt Returns:          Darren Sproles     18                              Aaron Ross          4
Punt Return Average:   Darren Sproles     9.6        Punt Returns:        Aaron Ross          13
KO Returns:            Darren Sproles     24         Punt Return Average: Domenik Hixon       10.3
                                                     KO Returns:          Devin Thomas        21




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Tom Coughlin                                                       Sean Payton
NFL Record: 147-118 (Overall)                                      NFL Record: 60-36 (Overall)
NFL Head Coach: 16th year                                          NFL Head Coach: 6th year
College: Syracuse                                                  College: Eastern Illinois

     Long regarded as one of the NFL’s premier head                     In just five seasons as Head Coach of the New Orleans
coaches, Tom Coughlin is one of the most successful in the         Saints, Sean Payton has established himself as one of the
86-year history of the New York Football Giants. He                most successful coaches in the National Football League
reached the pinnacle of his profession during the 2007             during this span. Since coming to New Orleans, Payton has
season when he led the Giants to victory in Super Bowl             led the Saints to their first Super Bowl title in franchise
XLII. The Giants, big underdogs entering the game, scored          history and two division titles. During his tenure, he has
two fourth quarter touchdowns to defeat the previously             compiled a 60-36 record and his teams have reached the
undefeated New England Patriots 17-14.                             postseason three times. Payton was hired as the 14th head
     Last year, the Giants were 10-6, following marks of 8-8,      coach in Saints history on Jan. 18, 2006 after being a
12-4, 10-6, 8-8, and 11-5 the previous five seasons. Their         member of the Dallas Cowboys staff since 2003.
six-year streak without a losing record is the Giants’ longest          Through this five-year span, Payton holds the top
since they had 10 in a row from 1954-63.                           winning percentage (.616) for a Saints coach in franchise
     In 2008, Coughlin led the Giants to the NFC East              history. No NFC team has won more than the 53 games
championship and their 12 victories were the Giants                Payton has won during this period and only four AFC clubs
highest total since the 2000 NFC champions won 12 games.           have more wins. His 53 wins are the most during any five-
The division title was the Giants’ seventh since the 1970          year span in Saints history and tied for the second-most by
merger. It was the eighth time in franchise history and the        an NFL coach during this period. He’s posted a 4-2 (.667)
sixth time since the 1970 merger that the Giants finished a        mark in the postseason after the team had won only one
season with at least 12 victories. The Giants advanced to          playoff game in franchise history prior to his arrival.
postseason play for the fourth consecutive season, the first            Serving as the club’s play-caller, Payton’s presided over
time they accomplished that feat in their history.                 the most prolific offense in the NFL, leading the league in
     Coughlin also led the Jacksonville Jaguars to four            yards per game three-of-his five seasons at the helm and
consecutive postseason berths (1996-99) and is one of only         finishing first in scoring in 2008 and 2009. These are the only
three coaches in NFL history to accomplish that feat with          three times the Saints have led the NFL in total offense. In
two different teams.                                               franchise history, the Saints have scored at least 45 points 10
     Under Coughlin, the Giants routinely establish                times. Six of these outputs have occurred under Payton’s
franchise statistical milestones. In 2009, the Giants scored       watch.
402 points after scoring 425 in 2008. It was the first time in
franchise history that the Giants scored at least 400 points
in consecutive seasons.




                           Tom Coughlin                                                 Sean Payton
                           147-118                       Overall Record                          60-36
                           0-2                     Career Head-to-Head RS                          2-0
                           0-0                     Career Head-to-Head PS                          0-0
                           2-3 Reg Season     Coughlin vs. Saints/Payton vs. Giants     2-0 Reg Season
                           0-0 Postseason                                               0-0 Postseason
                           8                      Years as Team’s Head Coach                         6
                           16                      Years as NFL Head Coach                           6



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                                   COUGHLIN CONTINUES HIS WINNING WAYS
Tom Coughlin and Tony Dungy are tied with the 20th most regular season wins by a coach in NFL history. Coughlin has the third most
 regular season wins by a coach in Giants franchise history. Here is how Coughlin compares to other coaches in some key categories.
                       TOP 25 COACHES:                                                TOP 25 COACHES:
                   REGULAR SEASON VICTORIES                                        TOTAL CAREER VICTORIES
                                                                                           REG SEASON        POSTSEASON       TOTAL
                1. Don Shula                       328       1. Don Shula                       328              19            347
                2. George Halas                    318       2. George Halas                    318              6             324
                3. Tom Landry                      250       3. Tom Landry                      250              20            270
                4. Curly Lambeau                   226       4. Curly Lambeau                   226              3             229
                5. Marty Schottenheimer            200       5. Chuck Noll                      193              16            209
                6. Chuck Noll                      193       6. Marty Schottenheimer            200              5             205.
                7. Dan Reeves                      190       7. Dan Reeves                      190              11            201
                8. Chuck Knox                      186       8. Chuck Knox                      186              7             193
                9. Bill Parcells                   172       T9. Bill Parcells                  172              11            183
                10. Bill Belichick*                169       T9. Bill Belichick*                169              15            184
                11. Paul Brown                     166       11. Mike Holmgren                  161              13            174
                12. Mike Holmgren                  161       12. Joe Gibbs                      154              17            171
                13. Bud Grant                      158       13. Paul Brown                     166              4             170
                14. Mike Shanahan*                 155       14. Bud Grant                      158              10            168
                15. Joe Gibbs                      154       15. Bill Cowher                    149              12            161
                16. Steve Owen                     151       16. Mike Shanahan*                 155              8             163
                17. Bill Cowher                    149       17. Marv Levy                      143              11            154
                18. Marv Levy                      143       18. Steve Owen                     151              2             153
                19. Jeff Fisher                    142       19. Tony Dungy                     139              9             148
                T20. Tom Coughlin*                 139       t20. Tom Coughlin*                 139              8             147
                T20. Tony Dungy                    139       t20. Jeff Fisher                   142              5             147
                21. Hank Stram                     131       22. Hank Stram                     131              5             136
                22. Weeb Ewbank                    130       23. Weeb Ewbank                    130              4             134
                24. Jim Mora                       125       24. Andy Reid*                     122              10            132
                25. Sid Gillman                    122       25. Mike Ditka                     121              6             127
                *Active                                      *Active



                         GIANTS HEAD COACH RECORDS:                                                GIANTS HEAD COACH RECORDS:
                               REGULAR SEASON                                                              POST SEASON
        Coach                    Seasons     Years         W     L     T     Pct       Coach            G      Seasons    W     L     T   Pct
        Steve Owen               1930-53       23        153 100       17 .598         Bill Parcells    11     1983-90    8     3     0   .727
        Bill Parcells            1983-90       8         77    49      1   .610        Tom Coughlin     7      2004-11    4     3     0   .571
        Tom Coughlin             2004-11       8         71    51      0   .582        Steve Owen       10     1930-53    2     8     0   .200
        Jim Fassel               1997-03       7         58    53      1   .522        Jim Lee Howell   4      1954-60    2     2     0   .500
        Allie Sherman            1961-68       8         57    51      4   .527        Jim Fassell      5      1997-03    2     3     0   .400
        Jim Lee Howell           1954-60       7         53    27      4   .655        Ray Perkins      2      1979-82    1     1     0   .500
        Dan Reeves               1993-96       4         31    33      0   .484        Dan Reeves       2      1993-96    1     1     0   .500
        Alex Webster             1969-73       5         29    40      1   .421        Allie Sherman    3      1961-68    0     3     0   .000
        LeRoy Andrews*           1929-30       2         24    5       1   .817
        Ray Perkins              1979-82       4         23    34      0   .404
        Earl Potteiger           1927-28       2         15    8       3   .635
        Ray Handley              1991-92       2         14    18      0   .438
        John McVay               1976-78       3         14    23      0   .378
        Robert Folwell           1925          1         8     4       0   .667
        Joseph Alexander         1926          1         8     4       1   .667
        Bill Arnsparger#         1974-76       3         7     28      0   .200
        Benny Friedman           1930          1         2     0       0   .333
        *Andrews was replaced by Friedman and Owen after 15 games in 1930.
        #Arnsparger was replaced by McVay after first seven games in 1976.




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                                                                 HE’S THE MANN
                                    Eli Manning is three starts away from tying Ron Jaworski for the third longest
                                            consecutive starting streak by a quarterback in NFL history.



  LONGEST CONSECUTIVE STARTING STREAKS BY NFL QUARTERBACKS

Player               Team(s)                    Years             Consecutive RS Starts   Starting NFC East Quarterbacks since Eli took over
1. Brett Favre       Packers, Jets, Vikings     1992-2010                297
                                                                                          on Nov. 21, 2004 (22):
2. Peyton Manning    Colts                      1998-2010                208
3. Ron Jaworski      Eagles                     1977-1984                116
                                                                                          Dallas (7): Vinny Testaverde, Drew Henson, Drew Bledsoe, Tony
4. Eli Manning       Giants                     2004-Present             113
                                                                                          Romo, Brad Johnson, Jon Kitna, Stephen McGee.
5. Tom Brady         Patriots                   2001-2008                111

                                                                                          Philadelphia (8): Donovan McNabb, Jeff Garcia, Mike McMahon,
     CURRENT CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED STREAK BY NFL QB'S                                 A.J. Feeley, Koy Detmer, Kevin Kolb, Michael Vick, Vince Young.

          Player               Regular Season       Postseason      Total                 Washington (7): Patrick Ramsey, Mark Brunell, Jason Campbell,
          Eli Manning                113                 7           120                  Todd Collins, Donovan McNabb, Rex Grossman, John Beck.
          Philip Rivers              90                  7           97
          Joe Flacco                 59                  6           65
          Matt Schaub                46                  0           46
          Tom Brady                  42                  2           44




   Manning as NFL Starter:                    Record when Manning…                        Manning’s Career Highs:
   Regular Season: 66-47 (.584)               Throws 0 TDs:                 7-12          Attempts: 53 at Seattle (11/27/05); 53 vs. Washington (12/16/07)
   Postseason: 4-3                            Throws 1 TD:                  24-18         Completions: 34 vs. Tennessee (9/26/10)
                                              Throws 2 TDs:                 19-11         Percentage: 79% (.787) (26 of 33) at Arizona (11/23/08)
                                              Throws 3 TDs:                 13-3          Passing Yards: 420 vs. Seattle (10/9/11)
   By Month:
                                              Throws 4 TDs:                 3-3           Passing TDs: 4 vs. St. Louis (10/2/05)
   Sept: 14-8
                                              Throws at least 1 TD:         59-35                         4 at Dallas (9/7/07)
   Oct: 23-5
                                              Was not sacked:               18-7                          4 vs. New England (12/29/07)
   Nov: 13-16
                                              Was sacked:                   49-39                         4 at Dallas (10/25/10)
   Dec: 14-17
                                              Rushed for a TD:              3-1                           4 vs. Philadelphia (12/19/10)
   Jan: 2-1
                                              Margin 7 pts or more:         43-33                         4 vs. Philadelphia (9/25/11)
   Postseason:                                Margin 7 pts or less:         22-15         Interceptions: 4 vs. Minnesota (11/13/05)
   Jan: 3-3                                   Margin 3 pts or less:         9-10                             4 vs. Minnesota (11/25/07)
   Feb: 1-0                                   Was not intercepted:          30-8                             4 at Green Bay (12/26/10)
                                              Was intercepted:              36-39         Longest Pass: 92 yards (TD) at Washington (1/2/11) to
                                              Played on Grass:              21-12               Manningham
                                              Played on Turf:               46-35         Sacked: 8 at Dallas (12/14/08)
                                              Played in Domes:              8-3                      8 at Philadelphia (9/17/06)
                                              Played on Monday Night:       7-2           Rating: 158.3 vs. Oakland on 10/11/09 (played 5 series, removed
                                              Played on Sunday Night        6-10                in 2nd quarter)
                                              Played on Saturday:           4-2                 145.7 at Philadelphia on 9/25/11
                                              Played on Thursday:           1-1           Rushes: 5 at Miami (10/28/07)
                                              Played in Prime Time:         13-12                    5 at Carolina (12/10/06)
                                              Played on Sunday Afternoon:   50-32                    5 yards at Detroit (11/18/07)
                                              Played in OT:                 2-2           Rushing Yards: 34 at Philadelphia (11/1/09)
                                                                                          Longest Rush: 18 yards at Miami (10/28/07)
                                                                                          Rushing Touchdowns: 1 at Philadelphia 12/11/05 (1 yard)
                                                                                                                      1 at Miami 10/28/07 (10 yards)
                                                                                                                      1 vs. Washington 9/4/08 (1 yard)
                                                                                                                      1 at Washington 9/11/11 (2 yards)




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     GIANTS QUARTERBACKS                    Manning’s 2,152 completions and
                                            25,598 passing yards by receiver:
ATTEMPTS                                    Includes three completions and 66 yards
1. Phil Simms          4,647                 as a reserve at Philadelphia, Sept. 12, 2004.
2. Eli Manning         3,687 (PS: 193)
3. Charlie Conerly     2,833                Player                  Catches     Yards
4. Kerry Collins       2,473                Plaxico Burress         244         3,681
5. Fran Tarkenton      1,898                Steve Smith             213         2,314
6. Dave Brown          1,391                Amani Toomer            210         2,554
                                            Jeremy Shockey          206         2,300
                                                                                             Manning’s 174 career
7. Y.A. Tittle         1,308
                                            Hakeem Nicks            163         2,420        TD passes by receiver:
COMPLETIONS                                 Mario Manningham        151         2,153
1. Phil Simms          2,576                Tiki Barber             129         1,144        Player              TDs
2. Eli Manning         2,152 (PS: 113)      Kevin Boss              118         1,597        Plaxico Burress     33
3. Kerry Collins       1,447                Ahmad Bradshaw          98          787          Hakeem Nicks        20
4. Charlie Conerly     1,418                Brandon Jacobs          79          717          Jeremy Shockey      19
5. Fran Tarkenton      1,069                Derrick Ward            69          576          Kevin Boss          18
6. Dave Brown          766                  Domenik Hixon           61          805          Mario Manningham    17
7. Y.A. Tittle         731                  Victor Cruz             46          802          Amani Toomer        17
                                            David Tyree             38          439          Steve Smith         11
YARDS                                       Sinorice Moss           36          373          Victor Cruz         5
1. Phil Simms          33,462               Tim Carter              34          471          David Tyree         4
2. Eli Manning         25,598 (PS: 1,297)   Derek Hagan             31          471          Brandon Jacobs      4
3. Charlie Conerly     19,488               Jim Finn                29          213          Jake Ballard        3
4. Kerry Collins       16, 875              Jake Ballard            27          433          Tiki Barber         3
5. Fran Tarkenton      13, 905              Visanthe Shiancoe       22          178          Domenik Hixon       3
6. Y.A. Tittle         10, 439              Travis Beckum           20          165          Travis Beckum       2
7. Dave Brown          8,8606               Madison Hedgecock       20          128          Ahmad Bradshaw      2
                                            DJ Ware                 19          146          Tim Carter          2
TOUCHDOWNS                                  Bear Pascoe             18          184          Derek Hagan         2
1. Phill Simms         199                  Ike Hilliard            17          143          Madison Hedgecock   2
T2. Eli Manning        174 (PS: 8)          Ramses Barden           9           127          Darcy Johnson       2
T2. Charlie Conerly    173                  Michael Matthews        8           54           Sinorce Moss        2
4. Fran Tarkenton      103                  Reuben Droughns         7           49           Marcellus Rivers    1
5. Y.A. Tittle         96                   Darcy Johnson           6           43           Visante Shiancoe    1
6. Kerry Collins       81                   Marcellus Rivers        5           36           Derrick Ward        1
7. Dave Bronw          40                   Michael Jennings        5           49
                                            Henry Hynoski           3           14
INTERCEPTIONS                               Jamaar Taylor           2           102
1. Charlie Conerly     167                  Michael Clayton         2           19
2. Phil Simms          157                  Da’Rel Scott            2           13
3. Eli Manning         122 (PS: 7)          Anthony Mix             1           21
4. Fran Tarkenton      72                   Ron Dayne               1           7
5. Kerry Collins       70                   Brandon Stokley         1           7
6. Y.A. Tittle         68                   Duke Calhoun            1           4
T7. Dave Brown         49                   Sean Berton             1           3
T7. Dave Brown         49

300-YARD GAMES
1. Phil Simms          21
2. Eli Manning         18
3. Kerry Collins       17
4. Y.A. Tittle         9




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                                                    Manning’s 19 Game-Winning Drives
                               Victories in which Manning rallied the Giants from a fourth-quarter deficit or tie to win
Date        Opponent           Score:         Score:              Time:              Time:          Winning Score             Winning Drive Totals:
                               Drive(s) Start Final               Drive Start        Drive End                                 Plays Yards Time
1/2/05      vs. Dallas         24-21              28-24          1:49                0:11          Barber 3-yd TD run            6          66       1:38
10/23/05    vs. Denver         23-10              24-23          3:29                0:05          2-yd TD pass to Toomer        15         83       3:24
12/11/05    at Philadelphia    23-23              26-23 (OT)     5:38                3:55          Feely 26-yd FG                4          9        1:43
9/17/06     vs. Philadelphia   24-7               20-24(OT)      9:55                3:11          31-yd TD pass to Burress      13         85       6:44
11/5/06     vs. Houston        10-7               14-10          12:41               7:49          3-yd TD pass to Shockey       11         67       4:52
9/23/07     vs. Washington     17-10              24-17          7:33                5:32          33-yd TD pass to Burress      4          44       2:01
10/7/07     vs. Jets           24-21              35-24          12:23               7:52          53-yd TD pass to Burress      8          98       7:08
12/2/07     at Chicago         16-7               21-16          4:55                1:33          Droughns 2-yd TD run          9          77       3:22
9/21/08     vs. Cincinnati     20-16              26-23(OT)      10:28               8:39          Carney 22-yd FG               8          62       1:49
10/26/08    at Pittsburgh      14-9               21-14          6:48                3:07          2-yd TD pass to Boss          7          53       3:41
12/21/08    vs. Carolina       20-28              34-28(OT)      12:20               9:57          Jacobs 2-yd TD run            6          87       2:23
9/20/09     at Dallas          30-31              33-31          3:40                0:00          Tynes 37-yd FG                11         56       3:40
11/22/09    vs. Atlanta        31-31              34-31(OT)      15:00               11:06         Tynes 36-yd FG                8          49       3:54
11/28/10    vs. Jacksonville   17-20              24-20          5:55                3:15          32-yd TD pass to Boss         6          69       2:40
9/25/11     at Philadelphia    14-16              29-16          11:37               8:07          28-yd TD pass to Cruz         7          54       3:30
10/2/11     at Arizona         24-27              31-27          3:10                2:39          29-yd TD pass to Nicks        2          48       0:31
10/16/11    vs. Buffalo        24-24              27-24          4:02                2:02          Tynes 23-yd FG                9          76       2:30
10/30/11    vs. Miami          17-13              20-17          8:28                5:58          25-yd TD pass to Cruz         6          53       2:30
11/6/11     at New England     20-17              24-20          1:36                0:15          1-yd TD pass to Ballard       8          80       1:21



                                                                                      Manning’s 18 300-Yard Passing Games (9-9)
                                                                          Date         Opponent      Att Cmp        Yds TD Int
                                                                          9/25/05       at San Diego       41       24          352     2        0          L
                                                                          11/27/05      at Seattle         53       28          344     2        1          L
                                                                          12/11/05      at Philadelphia    44       28          312     1        3          W
                                                                          9/17/06       at Philadelphia    43       31          371     3        1          W
                                                                          9/7/07        at Dallas          41       28          312     4        1          L
                                                                          10/15/07      at Atlanta         39       27          303     2        2          W
                                                                          11/30/08      at Washington      34       21          305     1        1          W
                                                                          9/20/09       at Dallas          38       25          330     2        0          W
                                                                          11/22/09      vs. Atlanta        39       25          384     3        1          W
                                                                          12/13/09      vs. Philadelphia   28       27          391     3        0          L
                                                                          9/26/10       vs. Tennessee      48       34          386     0        2          L
                                                                          10/25/10      at Dallas          35       25          306     4        3          W
                                                                          11/14/10      vs. Dallas         48       33          373     2        2          L
                                                                          12/26/10      at Green Bay       33       17          301     2        4          L
                                                                          10/2/11       at Arizona         40       27          321     2        0          W
                                                                          10/9/11       vs. Seattle        39       24          420     3        3          L
                                                                          10/30/11      vs. Miami          45       31          349     2        0          W
                                                                          11/13/11      at San Francisco   40       26          311     2        2          L


                                                               MANNING VS. SAINTS

            Date     Result            Att   Cmp       Pct      Yds      TD   Int      Long      Sack      QB Rating       1st        25+
            09/19/05   W               24     13       54.2     165       1    0        25         0         89.8           7          1
            12/24/06   L               25     9        36.0     74        1    1        55t        2         41.3           2          1
            10/18/09   L               31     14       45.2     178       1    1        58         1         61.0           8          1
            Career     1-2             80     36       45.0     417       3    2        58         3         63.4           17         3

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                                 BACK-TO-BACK PERFORMANCES
Since 2007, Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs have been one of the best backfield tandems in the NFL. Below
                                    is how they rank in Giants history.




                           TOP RUSHERS IN GIANTS HISTORY                              MOST 100-YD RUSHING
                                   Based on Yardage                                   GAMES IN GIANTS HISTORY
       Player                         Years         Att       Yds        Avg
       1. Tiki Barber               1197-06         2,217    10,449       4.7         Player               Games
       2. Rodney Hampton            1990-97         1,824    6,897        3.8         1. Tiki Barber         38
       3. Joe Morris                1982-89         1,318    5,296        4.0         2. Joe Morris          19
       4. Alex Webster              1955-64         1,196    4,638        3.9         3. Rodney Hampton      17
       5. Brandon Jacobs            2005-11         1,016    4,552        4.5         T4. Brandon Jacobs     11
       6. Ron Johnson               1970-75         1,066    3,836        3.6         T4. Eddie Price        11
       7. Frank Gifford             1952-64         840      3,609        4.3         6. Ron Johnson         10
       8. Doug Kotar                1974-81         900      3,380        3.8         7. Ahmad Bradshaw      8
       9. Eddie price               1950-55         846      3,292        3.9         8. Derrick Ward        3
       10. Tuffy Leemans            1936-43        919       3,132        3.4
       11. Ahmad Bradshaw           2007-11        640       2,998        4.7




      MOST RUSHING TDS
      IN GIANTS HISTORY
      Player                     TDs
      1. Tiki Barber             55
      2. Brandon Jacobs          52
      3. Rodney Hampton          49
      4. Joe Morris              48
      5. Alex Webster            39
      6. Ottis Anderson          35
      7. Frank Gifford           34
      8. Ron Johnson             33
      9. Bill Paschal            26                                             BRADSHAW VS. SAINTS
      10. Ahmad Bradshaw         22                      Date         Result     Att Yds  Avg Long TD          1st   10+
      T11. Doug Kotar            20                      10/19/09      L         10 48     4.8 13   1           4     2
      T11. Eddie Price           20                      Career        0-1       10 48     4.8 13   1           4     2
      13. Joe Morrison           18
      T14. Rob Carpenter         17                                              JACOBS VS. SAINTS
      T14. Tuffy Leemans         17                      Date         Result    Att Yds    Avg Long TD         1st   10+
                                                         09/19/05      W        3    5       1.7 2   1          2     0
                                                         10/18/09      L        7    33      4.7 14  0          1     1
                                                         Career        1-1      10 38        3.8 14  1          3     1




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                                                             DYNAMIC DUO
           Since the 2008 season, Osi Umenyiora and Justin Tuck have been two of the best pass rushers in the NFL.




   TOP SACK LEADERS IN GIANTS HISTORY
                Statistic recorded only since 1982

                 1. Michael Strahan                 141.5
                 2. Lawrence Taylor                 132.5*
                 3. Leonard Marshall                79.5
                 4. Osi Umenyiora                   67.0
                 5. Keith Hamilton                  63.0
                 6. George Martin                   46.0
                 7. Justin Tuck                     42.5
                 8. Carl Banks                      36.0
*Taylor had 9.5 sacks as a rookie in 1981, the year before they became an
official statistic.




                                                           UMENYIORA VS. SAINTS
                     Date     Result          Tot     Tack Asst Sack Yds Stuff             Lost   FF   FR   PD
                     12/14/03† L               4        2    2     0       0    0           0      0    0    0
                     09/19/05   W              3        3    0     2       10   0           0      0    0    0
                     12/24/06   L              6        5    1     1       9    0.5         0.5    0    0    1
                     10/18/09   L              3        1    2     0       0    0           0      0    0    0
                     Career     1-3            16       11   5     3       19   0.5         0.5    0    0    1

                     †Denotes did not start

                                                                 TUCK VS. SAINTS
                     Date     Result          Tot     Tack      Asst Sack Yds      Stuff   Lost   FF   FR   PD
                     09/19/05† W               1        1        0      0     0     0       0     0    0    0
                     10/18/09   L              4        4        0      0     0     0       0     0    0    1
                     Career     1-1            5        5        0      0     0     0       0     0    0    1

                     †Denotes did not start




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                                 THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED….
                                                OFFENSE

     Overtime Game:                   300 yards rushing:           50 points:
     Giants 34 vs. Atlanta 31,        301 vs. Carolina,            55 vs. Green Bay,
     Nov. 22, 2009                    Dec. 21, 2008                Dec. 20, 1986
                                      Opponent:                    Opponent:
     Scoreless first half:            366 at Buffalo,              50 vs. Washington,
     Giants 0 at New England 0,       Nov. 26, 1978                Sept. 19, 1999
     Nov. 6, 2011
     Opponent:                        300 net yards passing:       100-yard rushing game:
     Giants 0 at New England 0,       302 at San Francisco         Ahmad Bradshaw 26-104
     Nov. 6, 2011                     Nov. 13, 2011                vs. Buffalo,
                                      Opponent:                    Oct. 16, 2011
     Scoreless second half:           332 at New England           Opponent:
     Giants 0 at Washington 14,       Nov. 6, 2011                 LeSean McCoy 23-113
     Sept. 11, 2011                                                vs. Philadelphia,
     Opponent:                        400 net yards passing:       Nov. 20, 2011
     Giants 7 vs. Vikings 0,          443 at Cincinnati,
     Dec. 13, 2010                    Oct. 13, 1985                100-yard receiving game:
                                      Opponent:                    Victor Cruz 6-128
     400 total yards:                 404 at Green Bay,            vs. Philadelphia,
     402 vs. Miami,                   Dec. 26, 2010                Nov. 20, 2011
     Oct. 30, 2011                                                 Opponent:
     Opponent:                        500 net yards passing:       Wes Welker 9-136,
     438 at New England,              505 vs. Washington,          Ron Gronkowski 8-101
     Nov. 6, 2011                     Oct. 28, 1962                at New England,
                                      Opponent:                    Nov. 6, 2011
     500 total yards:                 Never Happened
     512 vs. Philadelphia,                                         200-yard receiving game:
     Dec. 13, 2009                    Most points:                 Plaxico Burress 10-204
     Opponent:                        62 vs. Philadelphia,         vs. St. Louis,
     515 at Green Baay,               Nov. 26, 1972                Oct. 2, 2005
     Dec. 26, 2010                    Opponent:                    Opponent:
                                      72 at Washington,            Gary Clark 11-241
     600 total yards:                 Nov. 27 1966                 vs. Washington,
     602 vs. Washington,                                           Oct. 27, 1986
     Oct, 28, 1962                    60 points:
     Opponent:                        62 vs. Philadelphia,         300-yard passing game:
     682 vs. Chicago (Bears),         Nov. 26, 1972                Eli Manning 311 at San
     Nov. 14, 1943                    Opponent:                    Francisco,
                                      62 at Cleveland,             Nov. 13, 2011
     200 yards rushing:               Dec. 6, 1953                 Opponent:
     213 vs. Minnesota,                                            Tom Brady 342 at. New England,
     Dec. 13, 2010                                                 Nov. 6, 2011
     Opponent:
     247 vs. Carolina,
     Dec. 27, 2009
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     400-yard passing game:          5 TD passes:                   3 TD rushing:
     Eli Manning 420 vs. Seattle     Phil Simms at St. Louis        Ahmad Bradshaw vs. Buffalo,
     Oct. 9, 2011                    (Cardinals),                   Oct. 16, 2011
     Opponent:                       Sept. 7, 1980                  Opponent:
     Aaron Rodgers 404               Opponent:                      Beanie Wells at. Arizona,
     at Green Bay,                   Matt Hasselbeck at Seattle,    Oct. 2, 2011
     Dec. 26, 2010                   Sept. 24, 2006
                                                                    4 TD rushing:
     3 TD passes:                    3 TD receiving:                Rodney Hampton vs. New
     Eli Manning vs. Seattle,        Hakeem Nicks vs. Carolina,     Orleans,
     Oct. 9, 2011                    Sept. 12, 2010                 Sept. 24, 1995
     Opponent:                       Opponent:                      Opponent:
     Jon Kitna vs. Dallas,           Santana Moss at Washington,    DeAngelo Williams vs. Carolina,
     Nov. 14, 2010                   Dec. 24, 2005                  Dec. 21, 2008

     4 TD passes:                    4 TD receiving:
     Eli Manning vs. Philadelphia,   Earnest Gray at St. Louis
     Sept. 25, 2011                  (Cardinals),
     Opponent:                       Sept. 7, 1980
     Aaron Rodgers at Green Bay,     Opponent:
     Dec. 26, 2010                   Joe Horn at New Orleans,
                                     Dec. 14, 2003




                                                DEFENSE

     Interception TD return:         3 quarterback sacks:           2 interceptions:
     Terrell Thomas - 14 yards       Justin Tuck - 3.0              Corey Webster vs. Buffalo,
     at Washington,                  at Philadelphia,               Oct. 16, 2011
     Dec. 21, 2009                   Nov. 21, 2010                  Opponent:
     Opponent:                       Opponent:                      Carlos Rodgers at San Francisco,
     Brandon Browner - 94 yards      DeMarcus Ware - 3.0            Nov. 13, 2011
     vs. Seattle                     at Dallas,
     Oct. 9, 2011                    Dec.14, 2008                   Safety:
                                                                    Tony Romo fumbled out of the
     Fumble return for TD:           4 quarterback sacks:           end zone (forced by Mathias
     Michael Boley - 65 yards        Osi Umenyiora - 6.0            Kiwanuka) at Dallas,
     vs. St. Louis,                  vs. Philadelphia,              Dec. 14, 2008
     Sept. 19, 2011                  Sept. 30, 2007                 Opponent:
     Opponent:                       Opponent:                      D.J. Ware tackled in the end
     Fili Moala - 1 yard             Bertrand Berry - 4.0           zone by Anthony Hargrove vs.
     at Indianapolis,                at Arizona,                    Seattle
     Sept. 19, 2010                  Nov. 14, 2004                  Oct. 9, 2011




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                                                SPECIAL TEAMS

     5 field goals:                      Blocked punt:                       Blocked PAT:
     Jay Feely- 5 vs. Washington,        David Tyree vs. Philadelphia,       Barry Cofield vs. Dallas,
     Oct.30, 2005                        Nov. 20, 2005                       Nov. 14, 2010
     Opponent:                           Opponent:                           Opponent:
     Billy Cundiff (7) vs. Dallas,       Greg Hardy vs. Carolina,            Brandon Noble at Dallas,
     Sept.15, 2003                       Sept. 12, 2010                      Dec. 17, 2000

     50-yard field goal:                 Blocked punt return/recovered       PAT missed:
     Lawrence Tynes 53 at Dallas,        for TD:                             Lawrence Tynes,
     Oct. 25, 2010                       Tom Flynn - 27 yards                vs. San Francisco,
     Opponent:                           (blocked by Gary Reasons)           Oct. 21, 2007
     David Ackers 52 at San Francisco,   vs. Washington,                     Opponent:
     Nov. 13, 2011                       Sept. 5, 1988                       Jay Feely vs. Atlanta,
                                         Opponent:                           Nov. 9, 2003
     Kickoff return for TD:              Myron Baker- 5 yards at Chicago,
     Domenik Hixon - 74 yards            Sept. 5, 1993                       Two point conversion made:
     vs. New England,                                                        Ahmad Bradshaw rush
     Dec. 29, 2007                       Blocked field goal attempt:         vs. Seattle,
     Opponent:                           Terrell Thomas at Philadelphia,     Sept. 25, 2011
      Leon Washington - 98 yards,        Nov. 21, 2010                       Opponent:
     vs. New York Jets,                  Opponent:                           Alex Smith pass to Michael
     Oct. 7, 2007                        Alex Carrington vs. Buffalo,        Crabtree at San Francisco,
                                         Oct. 16, 2011                       Nov. 13, 2011
     Punt return for TD:
     Domenik Hixon - 79 yards,           Fake field goal attempt:            Two point conversion failed:
     vs. Dallas,                         Jeff Hostetler 22 yard TD pass to   Eli Manning pass at Philadelphia,
     Dec. 16, 2009                       Carl Banks                          Nov. 9, 2008
     Opponent: DeSean Jackson -          at Philadelphia,                    Opponent:
     65 yards vs. Philadelphia,          Oct. 8, 1989                        Quinton Ganther run
     Dec. 19, 2010                       Opponent:                           at Washington,
                                         Hunter Smith 8-yard TD run          Dec. 21, 2009
                                         vs. Washington,
                                         Sept. 13, 2009




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                                                    SEASON

     OFFENSE                            DEFENSE                         SPECIAL TEAMS

     1,000 yard rusher:                 10 interceptions:               50 kickoff returns:
     Ahmad Bradshaw, 2010 (1235)        Willie Williams, 1968 (11)      Domenik Hixon, 2009 (57)

     300 rushing attempts:              2 defensive TDs:                30-yard average kick return:
     Tiki Barber, 2006 (327)            Percy Ellsworth, 1998 (2)       John Counts, 1962 (30.2)

     5 100-yard rushing games:          5 fumble recoveries:            1,000 kick return yards:
     Brandon Jacobs, 2007 (5)           Osi Umenyiora (10) and Justin   Domenik Hixon, 2009 (1,291)
                                        Tuck (6), 2010
     10 rushing TDs:                                                    2 kick returns for TD:
     Brandon Jacobs, 2008 (15)          10+ sacks:                      Never happened
                                        Justin Tuck (11.5) and Osi
     500 pass attempts:                 Umenyiora (11.5), 2010          50 punt returns:
     Eli Manning, 2010 (539)                                            Phil McConkey, 1985 (53)

     300 pass completions:                                              500 punt return yards:
     Eli Manning, 2010 (339)                                            Tiki Barber, 1999 (506)

     4,000 yards passing:                                               15-yard punt return average:
     Eli Manning, 2010 (4,002)                                          Amani Toomer, 1996 (16.6)

     5 games with 300 yards                                             2 punt returns for TD:
     passing: Kerry Collins, 2001 (5)                                   Amani Toomer, 1996 (2)

     30 TD passes:
     Eli Manning (31) 2010

     Most consecutive games with
     TD pass:
     Eli Manning, 12 (2008)

     100 pass receptions:
     Steve Smith, 2009 (107)

     1,000 receiving yards:
     Hakeem Nicks, 2010 (1,052)

     10 receiving TDs:
     Hakeem Nicks, 2010 (11)




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                                                  QUARTERBACKS
ELI MANNING (10)                                                 DAVID CARR (8)
• Acquired by the Giants via trade with the San Diego Chargers. • Re-signed by the Giants on July 31.
  Was the first overall choice from Mississippi by the San Diego • Was the first overall draft choice from Fresno State by the
  Chargers in 2004.                                                Houston Texans in 2002.
• Has started 113 consecutive regular season games, the fourth • Has played in 92 games with 79 starts. Completed 1,351 passes
  longest streak in history by a quarterback and the longest       of 2,264 attempts for 14,433 yards and 65 touchdowns.
  active quarterback streak.                                     • 11/20: Was active but did not play against the Eagles.
• Has played in 115 games for the Giants with 113 starts. Ranks
  second all-time among Big Blue quarterbacks in career
  completions (2,152), attempts (3,687) and passing yards
  (25,598).
• 11/20: Completed 18 of 35 attempts for 264 yards, one
  touchdown and one interception for a passer rating of 74.0
  against the Eagles.




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                                                     RUNNING BACKS
AHMAD BRADSHAW (44)                                               BRANDON JACOBS (27)
• Was a seventh-round draft choice (250th overall choice) from • Was a fourth-round draft choice (110th overall choice) from
  Marshall by the Giants in 2007.                                   Southern Illinois by the Giants in 2005.
• Has played in 65 games with 19 starts and had 640 rushes for • Has played in 94 games with 45 starts, ran for 52 career
  2,998 yards with 22 touchdowns and 99 catches for 785 yards       touchdowns (second in Giants history), and recorded 4,552
  and two touchdowns.                                               yards in his 1,016 career rushing attempts. Is the fifth player in
• 11/20: Was inactive against the Eagles (foot). It was the third   Giants history to rush for 4,000 yards in his career, joining Alex
  consecutive game Bradshaw was inactive.                           Webster (4,638), Joe Morris (5,296), Rodney Hampton (6,897),
                                                                    and Tiki Barber (10,449).
D. J. WARE (28)                                                   • 11/20: Led the team in rushing with 12 carries for 21 yards
• Signed by the Giants off of the Jets’ practice squad in 2007.     against the Eagles. He also had three receptions for 11 yards.
  Originally signed by the Tennessee Titans.
• Has played in 39 games for the Giants with 68 carries for 260 DA’REL SCOTT (33)
  yards and a touchdown. Has 21 catches for 165 yards.            • Was a seventh-round draft choice (221th overall choice) from
• 11/20: Had three carries for -3 yards and two receptions for      Maryland by the Giants in 2011.
  17 yards, including a catch of 10 yards, against the Eagles. He • Has played in six career games. Has three carries for 16 yards
  suffered a concussion at the end of the first half and did not    and two receptions for 13 yards.
  return.                                                         • 11/20: Had career-highs in carries (two) and rushing yards (11)
                                                                     against the Eagles. He also had one reception for nine yards and
HENRY HYNOSKI (45)                                                   averaged 20.3 yards on three kickoff returns, including a 22-
• Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Giants on July 28,        yard return, against the Eagles.
  2011.
• Has played in five career games with three starts. Has three
  receptions for 17 yards.
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                                                        RECEIVERS
HAKEEM NICKS (88)                                                 MARIO MANNINGHAM (82)
• Was a first-round draft choice (29th overall choice) from       • Was a third-round draft choice (95th overall choice) from
  North Carolina by the Giants in 2009.                             Michigan by the Giants in 2008.
• Has played in 36 games with 27 starts and caught 169 passes     • Has played in 46 games, with 27 starts for the Giants. Has 155
  for 2,527 yards and 21 touchdowns with an average of 15.0         career receptions for 2,196 yards and 17 touchdowns.
  yards per catch.                                                • 11/20: Had one reception for four yards against the Eagles.
• 11/20: Had three receptions for 69 yards, including a 47-yard
  catch, against the Eagles.                                    JERREL JERNIGAN (12)
                                                                • Was a third-round draft choice (89th overall choice) from Troy
VICTOR CRUZ (80)                                                  by the Giants in 2011.
• Signed by the Giants on Apr. 26, 2010 as a free agent.        • Has played in four career games. Has one kickoff return for 19
• Has played in 13 career games with one start. Caught 46         yards.
  passes for 800 yards and four touchdowns. Rushed one time • 11/20: Was inactive against the Eagles.
  for three yards.
• 11/20: Led the team in receiving with six receptions for 128 RAMSES BARDEN (13)
  yards including a 24-yard touchdown catch against the Eagles. • Was a third-round draft choice (85th overall choice) from CAL
  He also had a 47-yard catch.                                    Poly by the Giants in 2009.
                                                                  • Has played in 12 career games and caught nine passes for 117
DEVIN THOMAS (15)                                                   yards. 2010 Season: Played in six games and had five receptions
• Signed by the Giants on Nov. 24, 2010. Was a second-round         for 64 yards. 2011 Season: Was removed off the PUP list on
  draft choice (34th overall choice) from Michigan State by         Nov. 5.
  Washington in 2008. Claimed by Carolina off waivers on Oct.     • 11/20: Had one reception for 13 yards against the Eagles. He
  11, 2010.                                                         also played on special teams.
• Has played in 49 career games, 14 with the Giants. Has 40
  catches for 445 yards and three touchdowns. Also has six      DOMENIK HIXON (87)
  carries for 51 yards and one touchdown. Returned 56 kickoffs  • Claimed off waivers by the Giants on Oct. 3, 2007. Was a fourth-
  for 1,336 yards, averaging 23.9 yards per return.               round draft choice (130th overall choice) from Akron by the
• 11/20: Played on offense and special teams but did not          Denver Broncos in 2006.
  record a statistic against the Eagles.                        • Has played in 48 career games, 44 with the Giants. Caught 63
                                                                  passes for 838 yards and four touchdowns. Rushed three times
MICHAEL CLAYTON (83)                                              for 18 yards.
• Was a first-round draft choice (15th overall choice) from LSU • Placed on Injured Reserve for the second straight season on
  by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2004.                            Sept. 23 (Torn ACL).
• Signed by the Giants on Sept. 23.
• Played in 95 career games, 10 with the Giants. Has 223 career
  receptions for 2,955 yards and 10 touchdowns.
• 11/20: Played on offense and recorded one special teams
  tackle against the Eagles.




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                                                        TIGHT ENDS
JAKE BALLARD (85)                                                  BEAR PASCOE (86)
• Signed by the Giants as a rookie free agent on Apr. 25, 2010.    • Signed to the Giants practice squad on Sept. 15, 2009. Originally
  Activated to the Giants active roster from the practice squad      a sixth-round draft choice (184th overall choice) from Fresno
  on Nov. 20. Waived on Nov. 21 and re-signed to the Giants          State by the San Francisco 49ers.
  practice squad. Signed to the Giants active roster on Dec. 16.   • Has appeared in 29 games with 19 starts for the Giants and
• Has appeared in 11 games with nine starts for the Giants and       caught 17 passes for 167 yards.
  caught 26 passes for 430 yards and three touchdowns.             • 11/20: Started at fullback but did not record a statistic against
• 11/20: Started at tight end and had one reception for 13           the Eagles.
  yards against the Eagles. Left the game in the fourth quarter
  with an elbow injury and did return.

TRAVIS BECKUM (47)
• Was a third-round draft choice (100th overall choice) from
  Wisconsin by the Giants in 2009.
• Has played in 36 regular season games with four starts and
  caught 21 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns.
• 11/20: Played on offense and special teams but did not record
  a statistic against the Eagles.




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                                                    OFFENSIVE LINE
DAVID DIEHL (66)                                                 CHRIS SNEE (76)
• Was a fifth-round draft choice (160th overall choice) from • Was a second-round draft choice (34th pick overall choice) from
  Illinois by the Giants in 2003.                                  Boston College by the Giants in 2004.
• Has started 134 regular season games for the Giants.           • Has started every game he’s played (116 regular season games)
• 11/20: Started at left guard against the Eagles.                 at right guard. His string of 101 consecutive starts was second
                                                                   on the Giants behind Eli Manning (109) before he missed Week
WILL BEATTY (65)                                                   6 against the Bills (concussion).
• Was a second-round draft choice (60th pick overall choice) • 11/20: Started at right guard against the Eagles. Left the game
  from Connecticut by the Giants in 2009.                          with cramps but did return.
• Has played in 34 games with 16 starts during his career.
• 11/20: Started at left tackle against the Eagles.              KAREEM MCKENZIE (67)
                                                                 • Signed by the Giants as an unrestricted free agent in 2005. Was
DAVID BAAS (64)                                                    a third-round draft choice (79th pick overall choice) from Penn
• Signed as a free agent by the Giants on July 30. Was a second-   State by the New York Jets in 2001.
  round draft choice (33rd pick overall choice) from Michigan • Played in 155 career games with 147 starts during his career.
  by the San Francisco 49ers in 2005.                            • 11/20: Started at right tackle against the Eagles.
• Has played in 100 games with 62 starts during his career. Had
  started in every game for the past three seasons including KEVIN BOOTHE (77)
  2011 before missing Week 5 against the Seahawks.               • Was a sixth-round draft choice (176th overall choice) from
• 11/20: Started at center against the Eagles.                     Cornell by the Oakland Raiders in 2006. Claimed by the Giants
                                                                   off of waivers on Sept. 2, 2007.
STACY ANDREWS (78)                                               • Has played in 67 games, including 51 for the Giants, with 24
• Signed by the Giants as an unrestricted free agent on Aug. 3.    starts.
  Was a fourth-round draft choice (123rd overall choice) from • 11/20: Briefly replaced Chris Snee at right guard and played on
  Mississippi by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2004.                   special teams against the Eagles.
• Has played in 92 games with 48 starts.
• 11/20: Played on offense and special teams against the MITCH PETRUS (62)
  Eagles.                                                        • Was a fifth-round draft choice (147th overall choice) from
                                                                   Arkansas by the Giants in 2010.
JIM CORDLE (63)                                                  • 2010 Season: Played in 11 games including three at guard.
• Signed by the Giants as a free agent on Jan. 3. and signed • 11/20: Was inactive against the Eagles.
  from the practice squad on Oct 6.
• Has appeared in six career games.                              JAMES BREWER (79)
• 11/20: Was active but did not play against the Eagles.         • Was a fourth-round draft choice (117th overall choice) from
                                                                   Indiana by the Giants in 2011.
                                                                 • 11/20: Was inactive against the Eagles.




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                                                    DEFENSIVE LINE
JUSTIN TUCK (91)                                                  OSI UMENYIORA (72)
• Was a third-round draft choice (74th overall pick) from Notre   • Was a second-round draft choice (56th overall pick) from Troy
  Dame by the Giants in 2005.                                       by the Giants in 2003.
• Has played in 90 regular season games with 55 games started     • Has played in 111 regular season games with 84 games started
  and recorded 301 tackles (215 solo), 42.5 sacks, one              and recorded 331 tackles (234 solo), 67.0 sacks, 30 forced
  interception, 17 forced fumbles and six fumble recoveries.        fumbles and 13 fumble recoveries.
• 11/20: Recorded a season-high five tackles (one solo) against   • 11/20: Recorded three solo tackles against the Eagles.
  the Eagles.
                                                                  JASON PIERRE-PAUL (90)
CHRIS CANTY (99)                                                  • Was a first-round draft choice (15th overall pick) from South
• Signed by the Giants as a free agent in 2009. Was a fourth-       Florida by the Giants in 2010.
  round draft choice (132nd overall pick) from Virginia by the    • Has played in 26 regular season games with seven starts and
  Dallas Cowboys in 2005.                                           recorded 65 tackles (51 solo), 15 sacks, three forced fumbles
• Has played in 98 regular season games with 80 starts and          and two fumble recoveries.
  recorded 227 tackles (158 solo), 13 sacks, two forced fumbles   • 11/20: Recorded four tackles (three solo), including one sack,
  and one fumble recovery.                                          one tackle for a loss, and one QB hit against the Eagles.
• 11/20: Recorded a season-high four tackles (three solo),
  including three tackles for a loss, against the Eagles.         DAVE TOLLEFSON (71)
                                                                  • Re-signed by the Giants on Aug. 4. Originally signed by the
LINVAL JOSEPH (97)                                                  Giants in 2007 after spending 2006 on the Green Bay Packers’
• Was a second-round draft choice (46th overall pick) from East     practice squad and the early part of 2007 on the Oakland
  Carolina by the Giants in 2010.                                   Raiders’ practice squad. Was a seventh-round draft choice
• Has played in 16 regular season games with nine starts and        (253rd overall pick) from Northwest Missouri State by the
  recorded 32 tackles (22 solo), including two sacks.               Packers in 2006.
• 11/20: Recorded three solo tackles against the Eagles.          • Has played in 57 regular season games with two starts (Sept.
                                                                    11, vs. Redskins, and Oct. 30, vs. Dolphins) and recorded 41
ROCKY BERNARD (95)                                                  tackles (28 solo), including eight sacks, three forced fumbles
• Re-signed on Aug. 4, originally signed by the Giants as an        and one fumble recovery.
  unrestricted free agent in 2009. Was a fifth-round draft        • 11/20: Recorded one tackle against the Eagles.
  choice (146th overall pick) from Texas A&M by the Seattle
  Seahawks in 2002.                                               DWAYNE HENDRICKS (74)
• Has played in 142 regular season games with 54 starts and • Signed to the Giants 53-man roster from their practice squad on
  recorded 238 tackles (247 solo), 32 sacks, five forced fumbles    Oct. 15.
  and eight fumble recoveries.                                    • 11/20: Was inactive against the Eagles.
• 11/20: Recorded one tackle against the Eagles.
                                                                  JIMMY KENNEDY (73)
MARVIN AUSTIN (96)                                                • Signed by the Giants as a agent on Aug. 23. Originally a first-
• Was a second-round draft choice (52nd overall pick) from          round draft choice (12th overall pick) by the St. Louis Rams.
  North Carolina by the Giants in 2011.                           • Has played in 91 regular season games with 31 games started
• Placed on injured reserve on Aug. 30 after tearing his pectoral   and recorded 129 tackles (95 solo), including 8.5 sacks, one
  muscle against the Bears on Aug. 22.                              forced fumble and two fumble recoveries.
                                                                  • 11/20: Was not reinstated after serving a four-game
                                                                    suspension.




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                                                       LINEBACKERS
MATHIAS KIWANUKA (94)                                              MICHAEL BOLEY (59)
• Was a first-round draft choice (32nd overall pick) from Boston   • Signed by the Giants as an unrestricted free agent in 2010. Was
  College by the Giants in 2006.                                     a fifth-round draft choice (160th overall pick) from Southern
• Has played in 71 regular season games with 52 games started        Mississippi by the Atlanta Falcons in 2005.
  and recorded 270 tackles (202 solo), including 27 sacks, three   • Has played in 100 regular season games with 87 games started
  interceptions, eight forced fumbles and two fumble                 and recorded 536 tackles (417 solo), including nine sacks, five
  recoveries.                                                        interceptions, eight forced fumbles and seven fumble
• 11/20: Recorded a team-high seven tackles (six solo),              recoveries.
  including three tackles for a loss, against the Eagles.          • 11/20: Was inactive against the Eagles (hamstring).

GREG JONES (53)                                                    JACQUIAN WILLIAMS (57)
• Was a sixth-round draft choice (185th overall pick) from • Was a sixth-round draft choice (202nd overall pick) from South
  Michigan State by the Giants in 2011.                              Florida by the Giants in 2011.
• Has played in 10 regular season games with four starts and • Has played in 10 regular season games with one start (Oct. 16,
  recorded 23 tackles (20 solo).                                     vs. Bills) and recorded 33 tackles (28 solo) and two fumble
• 11/20: Played but did not record a statistic against the Eagles.   recoveries.
                                                                   • 11/20: Recorded four solo tackles on defense and one solo
MARK HERZLICH (58)                                                   tackle on special teams against the Eagles.
• Acquired by the Giants as an undrafted free agent from
  Boston College on July 26.                                       SPENCER PAYSINGER (55)
• Has played in nine regular season games with one start (Nov. • Acquired by the Giants as an undrafted free agent from the
  20, vs. Eagles) and recorded four tackles (two solo).              University of Oregon on July 26.
• 11/20: Made his first career start (middle linebacker) and • Has played in 10 regular season games and recorded three
  recorded four tackles (two solo) against the Eagles.               tackles and one fumble recovery.
                                                                   • 11/20: Recorded three solo tackles against the Eagles.
JONATHAN GOFF (54)
• Was a fifth-round draft choice (165th overall pick) from CLINT SINTIM (52)
  Vanderbilt by the Giants in 2008.                                • Was a second-round draft choice (45th overall pick) from
• Has played in 37 regular season games with 20 games started        Virginia by the Giants in 2009.
  and recorded 94 tackles (62 solo), including two sacks, one • Has played in 24 games with one start and recorded 33 tackles
  interception, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.           (21 solo).
• Placed on injured reserve on Sept. 10 after tearing his ACL in • Place on injured reserve on Sept. 2 after tearing his ACL and
  practice.                                                          patellar tendon the night before against the Patriots.




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                                                   DEFENSIVE BACKS
COREY WEBSTER (23)                                                AARON ROSS (31)
• Was a second-round draft choice (43rd overall pick) from LSU    • Was a first-round draft choice (20th overall pick) from Texas by
  by the Giants in 2005.                                            the Giants in 2007.
• Has played in 95 regular season games with 69 starts and        • Has played in 59 regular season games with 35 starts and
  recorded 282 tackles (254 solo), including two sacks, 14          recorded 175 tackles (143 solo), including 2.5 sacks, 10
  interceptions, 79 passes defensed, six forced fumbles and         interceptions and 31 passes defensed. Has 19 punt returns with
  three fumble recoveries.                                          an average of 7.2 yards and a long of 18 yards.
• 11/20: Recorded three solo tackles against the Eagles.          • 11/20: Recorded five solo tackles, one interception and two
                                                                    passes defensed against the Eagles.
KENNY PHILLIPS (21)
• Was a first-round draft choice (31st overall pick) from Miami   ANTREL ROLLE (26)
  (Fla.) by the Giants in 2008.                                   • Signed as a free agent by the Giants in 2010. Originally a first-
• Has played in 44 regular season games with 30 games started       round (eighth overall pick) from Miami (Fla.) by the Arizona
  and recorded 212 tackles (165 solo), six interceptions, 19        Cardinals in 2005.
  passes defensed, one forced fumble and three fumble             • Has played in 94 regular season games with 85 starts and
  recoveries.                                                       recorded 480 tackles (419 solo), including two sacks, 14
• 11/20: Recorded six tackles (three solo), one interception and    interceptions, four touchdowns, 43 passes defensed, five forced
  one pass defensed against the Eagles.                             fumbles and three fumble returns.
                                                                  • 11/20: Recorded two solo tackles against the Eagles.
DEON GRANT (34)
• Re-signed by the Giants on Aug. 16. Originally a second-round MICHAEL COE (37)
  draft choice (57th overall pick) from Tennessee by the • Signed to the Giants active roster in 2010 from the practice
  Carolina Panthers in 2000. Played for Carolina, Jacksonville      squad. Was a fifth-round draft choice from Alabama State by
  and Seattle before being signed by the Giants in 2010.            the Indianapolis Colts in 2007.
• Has played in 170 regular season games with 158 starts and • Has played in 27 games and recorded 11 tackles (nine solo), two
  recorded 728 tackles (583 solo), including 6.5 sacks, 30          passes defensed and one fumble recovery.
  interceptions, 108 passes defensed, four forced fumbles and • 11/20: Did not record a statistic before leaving the game in the
  nine fumble returns.                                              third quarter (shoulder) against the Eagles.
• 11/20: Recorded six tackles (five solo) against the Eagles.
                                                                  PRINCE AMUKAMARA (20)
TYLER SASH (39)                                                   • Was a first-round draft choice (19th overall pick) from Nebraska
• Was a sixth-round draft choice (198th overall pick) from Iowa     by the Giants in 2011.
  by the Giants in 2011.                                          • 11/20: Played in his first NFL game and recorded five solo
• Has played in 10 regular season games, primarily on special       tackles, one interception (on his first play) and two passes
  teams and recorded two defensive tackles (one solo) and one       defensed against the Eagles.
  forced fumble.
• 11/20: Recorded two solo special teams tackles against the DERRICK MARTIN (22)
  Eagles.                                                         • Signed by the Giants in 2011. Originally a sixth-round draft
                                                                    choice (208th overall pick) by the Baltimore Ravens in 2006.
                                                                    Was with the Ravens for three seasons before signing with the
                                                                    Bears in 2009.
                                                                  • Has played in 57 games with four starts and recorded 35 tackles
                                                                    (five solo), three interceptions, eight passes defensed and one
                                                                    fumble recovery.
                                                                  • 11/20: Recorded one tackle on special teams before leaving the
                                                                    game in the third quarter (hamstring) against the Eagles.
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                                                    DEFENSIVE BACKS
JUSTIN TRYON (30)                                                   TERRELL THOMAS (24)
• Signed by the Giants on Oct. 4. Originally a fourth-round draft   • Was a second-round draft choice (63rd overall pick) from USC
  choice (124th overall pick) by the Washington Redskins in           by the Giants in 2008.
  2008. Was with the Redskins for two seasons before signing        • Has played in 44 games with 34 starts and recorded 234 tackles
  with the Colts in 2010.                                             (172 solo), including two sacks, 11 interceptions, 38 passes
• Has played in 47 games with eight starts, 65 tackles (51 solo),     defensed, six forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery.
  including one sack, one interception, 11 passes defensed and      • Placed on injured reserve on Aug. 23 after tearing his ACL the
  one fumble recovery.                                                previous night against the Bears.
• Place on injured reserve on Oct. 31 after breaking his arm the
  previous day against the Dolphins.




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                                                        SPECIALISTS
LAWRENCE TYNES (9)                                                 STEVE WEATHERFORD (5)
• Traded to the Giants for a seventh-round draft pick in 2007.     • Signed as a free agent on July, 29. Originally signed by the New
  Originally signed by the Kansas City Chiefs as a free agent in     Orleans Saints as a rookie free agent in 2006. Played the last
  2001.                                                              two seasons for the New York Jets. Seven years experience in
• Has played in 107 regular season games and has made 148 of         the NFL.
  182 field goals attempted (81.3%) and converted 294 of 300       • Has played in 88 games with 418 punts, averaging 43.4 yards, a
  extra point attempts (98.0%).                                      long of 66-yards and 130 punts inside the 20.
• 11/20: Kicked a 48-yard field goal and an extra point against    • 11/20: Averaged 51.4 yards on nine punts (tying a career-high,
  the Eagles                                                         Sept. 27, 2009, vs. Titans), with a long of 61-yards and four
                                                                     punts inside the 20 against the Eagles.

                                                                   ZAK DEOSSIE (51)
                                                                   • Was a fourth-round draft choice (116th overall pick) from
                                                                     Brown by the Giants in 2007.
                                                                   • Has played in 74 regular season games with 34 tackles (29 solo)
                                                                     on special teams.
                                                                   • 11/20: Played but did not record a statistic against the Eagles.




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                                    WEEK 11: EAGLES 17, GIANTS 10
                                         November 20, 2011

                                                 1         2         3         4         OT          F

                               EAGLES            0         10        0         7         -           17

                               GIANTS            0         3         0         7         -           10



                                                      SCORING SUMMARY
     Team       Qtr    Time      Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                             Visitor Home
     Eagles      2     11:31     A. Henery 33 yd. Field Goal (9-56, 3:29)                                            3   0
     Eagles      2     1:22      S. Smith 14 yd. pass from V. Young (A. Henery kick) (1-14, 0:08)                    10  0
     Giants      2     0:0       L. Tynes 48 yd. Field Goal (8-50, 1:22)                                             10  3
     Giants      4     11:36     V. Cruz 24 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (5-73, 1:41)                    10  10
     Eagles      4     2:45      R. Cooper 8 yd. pass from V. Young (A. Henery kick) (18-80, 8:51)                   17  10




                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                         TEAM STATS                       Eagles        Giants
                                                                    FIRST DOWNS                      17            12
                      Eagles               Giants                   FIRST DOWN (RUSH)                5             1
Rushing Yards         McCoy- 113           Jacobs - 21
                                                                    FIRST DOWN (PASS)                12            9
Receiving Yards       Jackson - 88         Cruz - 128
                                                                    FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)             0             2
Passing Yards         Young- 258           Manning -264
                                                                    TOTAL YDS                        391           278
Touchdowns            Cooper - 1           Cruz - 1
                      Smith - 1                                     RUSHES-YDS                       33-136        17-29
Field Goals (long)    Henery - 1 (33)      Tynes - 1 (48)           AVG. RUSH GAIN                   4.1           1.7
Tackles (solo)        Chaney - 6 (4)       Kiwanuka - 7 (6)         PASS-COMP-ATT-INT                36-23-3       35-18-1
Sacks                 Patterson - 0.5      Umenyiora - 1.0          PASSINGS YDS                     255           249
                      Tapp - 0.5           Pierre-Paul - 1.0        KICKOFFS                         4             2
                      Jenkins - 0.5
                                                                    PUNTS-AVG.                       6-43.5        9-51.4
                      Parker - 0.5
                                                                    RETURN YDS.                      77            6
Interceptions         Chaney - 1           Phillips - 1
                                           Amukamara - 1            PENALTIES-YARDS                  5-30          5-39
                                           Ross - 1                 FUMBLES-LOST                     0-0           1-1
                                                                    TOUCHDOWNS                       2             1
                                                                    RUSHING TDS                      0             0
                                                                    PASSING TDS                      2             1
                                                                    EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS            2-2           1-1
                                                                    FG MADE-ATT                      1-1           1-1
                                                                    RED ZONE EFF                     50%           0%
                                                                    TIME OF POSESSION                36:18         23:42


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                                         WEEK 10: 49ers 27, GIANTS 20
                                             November 13, 2011

                                                   1         2        3         4         OT       F

                                GIANTS             3         3        7         7         -        20

                                49ers              3         6        3         15        -        27


                                                        SCORING SUMMARY
     Team       Qtr     Time        Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                               Visitor Home
     Giants      1      6:27        L. Tynes 23 yd. Field Goal (14-75, 8:33)                                              3   0
     49ers       1      0:25        D. Akers 36 yd. Field Goal (12-62, 6:02)                                              3   3
     Giants      2      9:05        L. Tynes 25 yd. Field Goal (13-73, 6:20)                                              6   3
     49ers       2      5:00        D. Akers 52 yd. Field Goal (6-46, 4:05)                                               6   6
     49ers       2      1:49        D. Akers 39 yd. Field Goal (7-32, 3:11)                                               6   9
     49ers       3      11:14       D. Akers 28 yd. Field Goal (10-70, 3:46)                                              6   12
     Giants      3      2:25        M. Manningham 13 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (10-84, 5:38)               13  12
     49ers       4      13:22       V. Davis 31 yd. pass from Alex Smith (Alex Smith-M. Crabtree pass) (4-50, 1:59)       13  20
     49ers       4      12:21       K. Hunter 17 yd. (D. Akers kick) (1-17, 0:05)                                         13  27
     Giants      4      8:37        H. Nicks 32 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (7-80, 3:44)                     20  27

                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                           TEAM STATS                   GIANTS             49ers
                                                                      FIRST DOWNS                  21                 16
                      49ers                   Giants                  FIRST DOWN (RUSH)            4                  4
Rushing Yards         Hunter - 40             Jacobs - 55             FIRST DOWN (PASS)            16                 11
Receiving Yards       Walker - 69             Cruz - 84
                                                                      FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)         1                  1
Passing Yards         Smith - 242             Manning - 311
                                                                      TOTAL YDS                    395                305
Touchdowns            Hunter - 1              Nicks - 1
                      Davis - 1               Manningham - 1          RUSHES-YDS                   29-93              20-77
Field Goals (long)    Akers - 3 (52)          Tynes - 2 (25)          AVG. RUSH GAIN               3.2                3.9
Tackles (solo)        Bowman - 14 (10)        Phillips - 5 (4)        PASS-COMP-ATT-INT            40-26-2            30-19-1
                                              Rolle - 5 (4)           PASSINGS YDS                 302                228
Sacks                 Wilis - 1.0             Umenyiora - 1.0         KICKOFFS                     5                  7
                                              Joseph - 1.0
                                                                      PUNTS-AVG.                   2-38.5             3-54.7
Interceptions         Rogers - 2              Webster - 1
                                                                      RETURN YDS.                  18                 17
                                                                      PENALTIES-YARDS              6-45               5-35
                                                                      FUMBLES-LOST                 0-0                1-1
                                                                      TOUCHDOWNS                   2                  2
                                                                      RUSHING TDS                  0                  1
                                                                      PASSING TDS                  2                  1
                                                                      EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS        2-2                2-2
                                                                      FG MADE-ATT                  2-2                4-4
                                                                      RED ZONE EFF                 25%                33%
                                                                      TIME OF POSESSION            34:37              25:23



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                                    WEEK 9: GIANTS 24, PATRIOTS 20
                                          November 6, 2011

                                                  1         2        3         4         OT        F
                                GIANTS            0         0        10        14         -        24

                                PATRIOTS          0         0        3         17         -        20


                                                       SCORING SUMMARY
     Team     Qtr       Time      Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                           Visitor Home
     Giants    3        10:09     L. Tynes 22 yd. Field Goal (7-57, 3:29)                                           3   0
     Giants    3        9:10      B. Jacobs 10 yd. run (L. Tynes kick) (1-10, 0:05)                                 10  0
     Patriots 3         5:29      S. Gostkowski 32 yd, Field Goal (7-19, 2:50)                                      10  3
     Patriots 4         14:28     A. Hernandez 5 yd. pass from T. Brady (S. Gostkowski kick) (7-80, 2:41)           10  10
     Patriots 4         7:08      S. Gostkowski 45 yd. Field Goal (9-53, 3:55)                                      10  13
     Giants    4        3:03      M. Manningham 10 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (8-85, 4:05)            17  13
     Patriots 4         1:36      R. Gronkowski 14 yd. pass from T. Brady (S. Gostkowski kick) (9-64, 1:27)         17  20
     Giants    4        0:15      J. Ballard 1 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (8-80, 1:21)                24  20




                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                          TEAM STATS                    GIANTS         PATRIOTS
                                                                     FIRST DOWNS                   23             23
                      Patriots            Giants                     FIRST DOWN (RUSH)             5              6
Rushing Yards         Green-Ellis - 52    Jacobs - 72                FIRST DOWN (PASS)             15             17
Receiving Yards       Welker - 136        Cruz - 91
                                                                     FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)          3              0
Passing Yards         Brady - 342         Manning - 250
                                                                     TOTAL YDS                     361            438
Touchdowns            Gronkowski - 1      Ballard - 1
                      Hernandez - 1       Manningham - 1             RUSHES-YDS                    29-111         24-106
                                          Jacobs - 1                 AVG. RUSH GAIN                3.8            4.4
Field Goals (long)    Gostkowski - 2 (45) Tynes - 1 (22)             PASS-COMP-ATT-INT             39-20-1        49-28-2
Tackles (solo)        Ninkovich - 7 (4)   Kiwanuka - 12 (6)          PASSINGS YDS                  250            332
Sacks                    -                Pierre-Paul - 1.0          KICKOFFS                      5              5
                                          Boley - 1.0
                                                                     PUNTS-AVG.                    8-43.1         5-45.0
Interceptions            -                Grant - 1
                                                                     RETURN YDS.                   9              17
                                           Kiwanuka -1
                                                                     PENALTIES-YARDS               6-50           7-81
                                                                     FUMBLES-LOST                  2-1            2-2
                                                                     TOUCHDOWNS                    3              2
                                                                     RUSHING TDS                   1              0
                                                                     PASSING TDS                   2              2
                                                                     EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS         3-3            2-2
                                                                     FG MADE-ATT                   1-1            2-3
                                                                     RED ZONE EFF                  60%            50%
                                                                     TIME OF POSESSION             30:17          29:43


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                                     WEEK 8: GIANTS 20, DOLPHINS 17
                                            October 30, 2011

                                                    1         2        3         4        OT           F

                                   DOLPHINS         7         7        3         0         -           17

                                   GIANTS           3         7        0         10        -           20


                                                         SCORING SUMMARY
       Team       Qtr      Time      Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                        Visitor Home
       Dolphins    1       4:10      S. Slaton 1 yd. run (D. Carpenter kick) (10-66, 5:56)                          7   0
       Giants      1       0:17      L. Tynes 25 yd. Field Goal (7-56, 3:53)                                        7   3
       Dolphins    2       9:37      M. Moore 1 yd. run (D. Carpenter kick) (12-90, 5:40)                           14  3
       Giants      2       0:08      M. Manningham 7 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (13-84, 4:01)         14  10
       Dolphins    3       12:17     D. Carpenter 40 yd. Field Goal (7-58, 2:43)                                    17  10
       Giants      4       10:37     L. Tynes 29 yd. Field Goal (12-78, 7:08)                                       17  13
       Giants      4       5:58      V. Cruz 25 yd. pass from Eli Manning (L. Tynes kick) (6-53, 2:30)              17  20




                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                           TEAM STATS                   DOLPHINS      GIANTS
                                                                      FIRST DOWNS                  18            21
                        Dolphins              Giants                  FIRST DOWN (RUSH)            8             2
Rushing Yards           Bush - 103            Bradshaw - 50
                                                                      FIRST DOWN (PASS)            7             19
Receiving Yards         Marshall - 55         Cruz- 99
                                                                      FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)         3             0
Passing Yards           Moore- 138            Manning -349
Touchdowns              Slaton - 1            Manningham - 1          TOTAL YDS                    246           402
                        Moore - 1             Cruz - 1                RUSHES-YDS                   26-145        23-58
Field Goals (long)      Carpenter - 1 (40)    Tynes - 2 (29)          AVG. RUSH GAIN               5.6           2.5
Tackles (solo)          Burnett - 10 (7)      Kiwanuka - 7 (5)        PASS-COMP-ATT-INT            22-13-1       45-31-0
Sacks                   McDaniel - 0.5        Kiwanuka - 1.5          PASSINGS YDS                 101           344
                        Starks - 0.5
                                                                      KICKOFFS                     4             5
Interceptions               -                 Webster - 1
                                                                      PUNTS-AVG.                   5-49.4        4-46.8
                                                                      RETURN YDS.                  9             52
                                                                      PENALTIES-YARDS              4-30          7-46
                                                                      FUMBLES-LOST                 0-0           1-0
                                                                      TOUCHDOWNS                   2             2
                                                                      RUSHING TDS                  2             0
                                                                      PASSING TDS                  0             2
                                                                      EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS        2-2           2-2
                                                                      FG MADE-ATT                  1-1           2-2
                                                                      RED ZONE EFF                 100%          33%
                                                                      TIME OF POSESSION            27:34         32:26



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                                           WEEK 6: GIANTS 27, BILLS 24
                                               October 16, 2011

                                                   1         2          3         4          OT        F

                                BILLS              14        3          0         7          -         24

                                GIANTS             7         10         7         3          -         27


                                                        SCORING SUMMARY
     Team       Qtr     Time      Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                              Visitor Home
     Giants      1      5:20      A. Bradshaw 1 yd. run (L.Tynes kick) (9-69, 4:02)                                    0   7
     Bills       1      5:06      F. Jackson 80 yd. run (R. Lindell kick) (1-80, 0:14)                                 7   7
     Bills       1      0: 24     N. Roosevelt 60 yd. pass from R. Fitzpatrick (R. Lindell kick) (6-78, 2:49)          14  7
     Giants      2      9:51      L. Tynes 26 yd. Field Goal (13-84, 5:33)                                             14  10
     Giants      2      2:58      A. Bradshaw 1 yd. run (L. Tynes kick) (5-89, 2:30)                                   14  17
     Bills       2      0:39      R. Lindell 49 yd. Field Goal (6-49, 2:19)                                            17  17
     Giants      3      6:53      A. Bradshaw 1 yd. run (L. Tynes kick) (10-75, 5:07)                                  17  24
     Bills       4      8:57      St. Johnson 9 yd. pass from R. Fitzpatrick (R. Lindell kick) (12-60, 7:02)           24  24
     Giants      4      1:32      L. Tynes 23 yd. Field Goal (9-76, 2:30)                                              24  27



                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                            TEAM STATS                      BILLS         GIANTS
                                                                       FIRST DOWNS                     17            24
                       Bills                 Giants                    FIRST DOWN (RUSH)               4             9
Rushing Yards          Jackson - 121         Bradshaw - 104            FIRST DOWN (PASS)               10            12
Receiving Yards        Nelson - 62           Nicks - 96
                                                                       FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)            3             3
Passing Yards          Fitzpatrick - 244     Manning -292
                                                                       TOTAL YDS                       374           414
Touchdowns             Jackson - 1           Bradshaw -3
                       Roosevelt - 1                                   RUSHES-YDS                      23-155        33-122
                       Johnson - 1                                     AVG. RUSH GAIN                  6.7           3.7
Field Goals (long)     Lindell – 1 (49)       Tynes - 1 (26)           PASS-COMP-ATT-INT               30-21-2       32-21-0
Tackles (solo)         McGee - 11 (11)       Rolle - 8 (6)             PASSINGS YDS                    244           292
                                             Boley - 8 (7)             KICKOFFS                        5             6
Sacks                    -                   Kiwanuka -1.0
                                                                       PUNTS-AVG.                      3-45.3        3-53.7
                                             Pierre-Paul - 1.0
                                                                       RETURN YDS.                     11            42
                                             Umenyiora - 1.0
Interceptions            -                   Webster - 2               PENALTIES-YARDS                 7-75          7-79
                                                                       FUMBLES-LOST                    1-0           0-0
                                                                       TOUCHDOWNS                      3             3
                                                                       RUSHING TDS                     1             3
                                                                       PASSING TDS                     2             0
                                                                       EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS           3-3           3-3
                                                                       FG MADE-ATT                     1-1           2-3
                                                                       RED ZONE EFF                    100%          60%
                                                                       TIME OF POSESSION               29:13         30:47



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                                  WEEK 5: SEAHAWKS 36, GIANTS 25
                                           October 9, 2011

                                                 1         2         3         4         OT       F

                               SEAHAWKS          14        0         2         20        -        36

                               GIANTS            7         7         0         11        -        25


                                                      SCORING SUMMARY
     Team    Qtr       Time      Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                           Visitor Home
     Seahawks 1        12:28     B. Obomanu 11 yd. pass from T. Jackson (S. Hauschka kick) (8-80, 2:32)            7   0
     Giants   1        9:08      J. Ballard 12 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (7-80, 3:20)               7   7
     Seahawks 1        3: 00     M. Lynch 1 yd, run (S. Hauschka kick) (2-48, 0:17)                                14  7
     Giants   2        0:11      H. Nicks 19 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (4-59, 0:40)                 14  14
     Seahawks 3        7:02      D. Ware tackled in end zone by T. Hargrove for a safety                           16  14
     Seahawks 4        14:28     S. Hauschka 51 yd. Field Goal (9-33, 2:45)                                        19  14
     Giants   4        12:37     V. Cruz 68 yd. pass from E. Manning (A. Bradshaw run) (3-65, 1:51)                19  22
     Seahawks 4        10:15     S. Hauschka 43 yd. Field Goal (4-0, 0:24)                                         22  22
     Giants   4        4:49      L. Tynes 26 yd. Field Goal (10-72, 5:26)                                          22  25
     Seahawks 4        2:37      D. Baldwin 27 yd. pass from C. Whitehurst (S. Hauschka kick) (7-80, 2:12)         29  25
     Seahawks 4        1:08      B. Browner 94 yd. interception return (S. Hauschka kick)                          36  25


                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                         TEAM STATS                    SEAHAWKS       GIANTS
                                                                    FIRST DOWNS                   22             21
                      Seahawks             Giants                   FIRST DOWN (RUSH)             7              4
Rushing Yards         Lynch - 98           Bradshaw - 58            FIRST DOWN (PASS)             14             16
Receiving Yards       Baldwin - 136        Cruz - 161
                                                                    FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)          1              1
Passing Yards         Jackson- 166         Manning - 420
                                                                    TOTAL YDS                     424            464
Touchdowns            Obomanu - 1          Ballard -1
                      Lynch - 1            Nicks - 1                RUSHES-YDS                    29-145         25-69
                      Baldwin - 1          Cruz -1                  AVG. RUSH GAIN                5.0            2.8
                      Browner - 1                                   PASS-COMP-ATT-INT             41-26-1        39-24-3
Field Goals (long)    Hauschka - 2(51)     Tynes - 1 (26)           PASSINGS YDS                  279            395
Tackles (solo)        Harthorne - 8 (5)    Rolle - 8 (6)            KICKOFFS                      7              6
                                           Williams - 8 (7)
                                                                    PUNTS-AVG.                    7-44.6         7-49.0
Sacks                 Clemons - 2.0        Pierre-Paul - 2.5
                                                                    RETURN YDS.                   180            12
Interceptions         Browner - 1          Ross - 1
                      Chancellor - 1                                PENALTIES-YARDS               10-70          7-52
                      Thomas - 1                                    FUMBLES-LOST                  3-2            3-2
                                                                    TOUCHDOWNS                    4              3
                                                                    RUSHING TDS                   1              0
                                                                    PASSING TDS                   2              3
                                                                    EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS         4-4            3-3
                                                                    FG MADE-ATT                   2-2            1-1
                                                                    RED ZONE EFF                  50%            50%
                                                                    TIME OF POSESSION             28:46          31:14


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                                   WEEK 4: GIANTS 31, CARDINALS 27
                                           October 2, 2011

                                                     1        2         3          4         OT          F

                                 GIANTS              0        10        0          21         -          31

                                 CARDINALS           3        3         14         7          -          27


                                                         SCORING SUMMARY
     Team     Qtr        Time      Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                               Visitor Home
     Cardinals 1         13:02     J. Feely 27 yd. Field Goal (4-7, 1:35)                                                0   3
     Cardinals 1         7:57      J. Feely 27 yd. Field Goal (16-79, 9:20)                                              0   6
     Giants    2         2:54      A. Bradshaw 13 yd. run (L. Tynes kick) (10-69, 5:03)                                  7   6
     Giants    2         0:01      L. Tynes 30 yd. Field Goal (5-61, 0:28)                                               10  6
     Cardinals 3         10:24     C. Wells 1 yd. run (J. Feely kick) (8-78, 4:36)                                       10  13
     Cardinals 3         2:55      C. Wells 1 yd. run (J. Feely kick) (2-5, 0:40)                                        10  20
     Giants    4         12:07     B. Jacobs 1 yd. run (L. Tynes kick) (13-75, 5:48)                                     17  20
     Cardinals 4         5:16      C. Wells 2 yd. run (J. Feely kick) (6-77, 3:09)                                       17  27
     Giants    4         3:37      J. Ballard 2 yd. pass from Eli Manning (L. Tynes kick) (7-80, 1:39)                   24  27
     Giants    4         2:39      H. Nicks 29 yd. pass from Eli Manning (L. Tynes kick) (2-48, 0:31)                    31  27



                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                             TEAM STATS                       GIANTS        CARDINALS
                                                                        FIRST DOWNS                      24            22
                       Giants                Cardinals                  FIRST DOWN (RUSH)                5             8
Rushing Yards          Bradshaw - 39         Wells - 138                FIRST DOWN (PASS)                16            11
Receiving Yards        Nicks - 162           Fitzgerald - 102
                                                                        FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)             3             3
Passing Yards          Manning - 321         Kolb - 237
                                                                        TOTAL YDS                        360           368
Touchdowns             Bradshaw - 1          Wells - 3
                       Jacobs - 1                                       RUSHES-YDS                       24-54         32-156
                       Ballard - 1                                      AVG. RUSH GAIN                   2.3           4.9
                       Nicks - 1                                        PASS-COMP-ATT-INT                40-27-0       34-20-1
Field Goals (long)     Tynes - 1 (30)        Feely - 2 (27)             PASSINGS YDS                     306           212
Tackles (solo)         Boley - 7 (5)         Peterson - 7 (7)           KICKOFFS                         6             6
Sacks                  Umenyiora - 2.0       Carter - 1.0
                                                                        PUNTS-AVG.                       5-44.6        4-45.0
                       Tollefson - 2.0
                                                                        RETURN YDS.                      30            28
Interceptions          Rolle - 1                 -
                                                                        PENALTIES-YARDS                  7-55          11-118
                                                                        FUMBLES-LOST                     2-2           2-1
                                                                        TOUCHDOWNS                       4             3
                                                                        RUSHING TDS                      2             3
                                                                        PASSING TDS                      2             0
                                                                        EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS            4-4           3-3
                                                                        FG MADE-ATT                      1-1           2-2
                                                                        RED ZONE EFF                     75%           50%
                                                                        TIME OF POSESSION                28:01         31:59


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                                       WEEK 3: GIANTS 29, EAGLES 16
                                           September 25, 2011

                                                   1           2      3         4         OT        F

                                 GIANTS            14          0      0         15         -        29

                                 EAGLES            0           13     3         0          -        16


                                                        SCORING SUMMARY

     Team       Qtr    Time        Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                          Visitor Home
     Giants      1     6:04        B. Jacobs 40 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (6-73, 2:43)              7    0
     Giants      1     0:49        V. Cruz 74 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (3-82, 1:26)                14   0
     Eagles      2     7:47        A. Henery 21 yd, Field Goal (15-77, 8:02)                                        14  3
     Eagles      2     1:54        L.McCoy 11 yd. run (A. Henery kick) (7-71, 3:21)                                 14  10
     Eagles      2     0:00        A. Henery 38 yd. Field Goal (5-26, 1:12)                                         14  13
     Eagles      3     0:59        A. Henery 21 yd. Field Goal (14-88, 8:52)                                        14  16
     Giants      4     8:07        V. Cruz 28 yd. pass from E. Manning (B. Jacobs run) (7-54, 3:30)                 22  16
     Giants      4     3:32        A. Bradshaw 18 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (10-56, 4:28)            29  16


                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                           TEAM STATS                    GIANTS        EAGLES
                                                                      FIRST DOWNS                   14            25
                      Giants                 Eagles                   FIRST DOWN (RUSH)             7             13
Rushing Yards         Bradshaw - 86          McCoy - 128              FIRST DOWN (PASS)             6             11
Receiving Yards       Cruz - 110             Maclin - 69
                                                                      FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)          1             1
Passing Yards         Manning - 254          Vick - 176
                                                                      TOTAL YDS                     334           376
Touchdowns            Cruz - 2               McCoy - 1
Field Goals (long)        -                  Henery - 3 (38)          RUSHES-YDS                    25-102        40-177
Tackles (solo)        Williams - 9 (9)       Cole - 5 (4)             AVG. RUSH GAIN                4.1           4.4
Sacks                 Pierre-Paul - 2.0      Cole - 1.0               PASS-COMP-ATT-INT             23-16-0       30-20-3
                                             Babin - 1.0              PASSINGS YDS                  232           199
                                             Jenkins - 1.0            KICKOFFS                      5             4
Interceptions         Ross - 2                  -
                                                                      PUNTS-AVG.                    4-41.0        2-45.0
                                                                      RETURN YDS.                   32            13
                                                                      PENALTIES-YARDS               4-21          7-36
                                                                      FUMBLES-LOST                  0-0           3-0
                                                                      TOUCHDOWNS                    4             1
                                                                      RUSHING TDS                   0             1
                                                                      PASSING TDS                   4             0
                                                                      EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS         3-3           1-1
                                                                      FG MADE-ATT                   0-0           3-3
                                                                      RED ZONE EFF                  100%          20%
                                                                      TIME OF POSESSION             23:09         36:51



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                                         WEEK 2: GIANTS 28, RAMS 16
                                            September 19, 2011

                                                    1       2         3         4         OT        F

                                RAMS                6       7         10        0          -        16

                                GIANTS              7       14        7         0          -        28


                                                        SCORING SUMMARY

     Team       Qtr     Time      Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                            Visitor     Home
     Rams        1      9:14      Josh Brown 21 yd, Field Goal (9-84, 3:19)                                          3       0
     Giants      1      5:47      H. Nicks 3 yd. pass from E. Manning (L.Tynes kick) (5-38, 2:17)                    3       7
     Rams        1      3:21      Josh Brown 25 yd. Field Goal (10-67, 2:26)                                         6       7
     Giants      2      10:58     M. Boley 65 yd. fumble return (L. Tynes kick)                                      6       14
     Giants      2      0:21      D. Hixon 22 yd. pass from E. Manning (L. Tynes kick) (8-86, 2:37)                  6       21
     Rams        3      11:49     Josh. Brown 27 yd. Field Goal (8-60, 3:11)                                         9       21
     Giants      3      6:19      B. Jacobs 9 yd. run (L. Tynes kick) (10-81, 5:30)                                  9       28
     Rams        3      1:18      D. Alexander 19 yd. pass from S. Bradford (Josh. Brown kick) (13-72, 5:01)        16       28


                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                          TEAM STATS                    RAMS              GIANTS
                                                                     FIRST DOWNS                   14                22
                      Rams                   Giants                  FIRST DOWN (RUSH)             1                 9
Rushing Yards         Williams - 36          Bradshaw - 59
                                                                     FIRST DOWN (PASS)             13                9
Receiving Yards       Alexander - 122        Manningham - 56
                                                                     FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)          0                 4
Passing Yards         Bradford - 331         Manning - 200
Touchdowns            Alexander - 1          Jacobs - 1              TOTAL YDS                     367               300
                      Bradford -1            Boley - 1               RUSHES-YDS                    19-59             38-119
                                             Nicks -1                AVG. RUSH GAIN                3.1               3.1
                                             Hixon - 1               PASS-COMP-ATT-INT             46-22-0           29-18-1
                                             Manning - 1             PASSINGS YDS                  308               181
Field Goals (long)    Brown - 3 (27)             -
                                                                     KICKOFFS                      5                 5
Tackles (solo)        Laurinaitis - 14 (9)   Rolle - 9 (8)
                                                                     PUNTS-AVG.                    7-44.7            7-46.0
Sacks                 Quinn - 1              Tuck - 1.5
                      Hall - 1                                       RETURN YDS.                   29                17
                      Dahl - 1                                       PENALTIES-YARDS               8-85              5-55
Interceptions         Mikell - 1                -                    FUMBLES-LOST                  4-2               0-0
                                                                     TOUCHDOWNS                    1                 4
                                                                     RUSHING TDS                   0                 1
                                                                     PASSING TDS                   1                 2
                                                                     EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS         1-1               4-4
                                                                     FG MADE-ATT                   3-3               0-0
                                                                     RED ZONE EFF                  0%                100%
                                                                     TIME OF POSESSION             25:48             34:12




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                                    WEEK 1: REDSKINS 28, GIANTS 14
                                                      September 11, 2011


                                                  1           2      3         4         OT       F

                                GIANTS            7           7      0         0         -        14

                                REDSKINS          0           14     7         7         -        28



                                                       SCORING SUMMARY

     Team       Qtr     Time      Play Description (Extra Point)(Drive Information)                         Visitor     Home
     Giants      1      9:53      E. Manning 2 yd. run (L. Ynes kick) (4-70, 0:35)                               7        0
     Redskins    2      11:25     T. Hightower 1 yd. run (G. Gano kick) (11-66, 5:32)                            7        7
     Giants      2      2:48      A. Bradshaw 6 yd. run (L. Tynes kick) (8-85, 4:44)                            14        7
     Redskins    2      0:37      A. Armstrong 6 yd. pass from R. Grossman (G. Gano kick) (5-80, 2:11)          14        14
     Redskins    3      13:03     R. Kerrigan 9 yd. interception return (G. Gano kick)                          14        21
     Redskins    4      5:04      J. Gaffney 4 yd. pass from R. Grossman (G. Gano kick) (10-70, 5:53)           14        28



                TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES                          TEAM STATS                   NYG             WAS
                                                                     FIRST DOWNS                  15              21
                      Giants                Redskins                 FIRST DOWN (RUSH)            5               3
Rushing Yards         Bradshaw - 44         T. Hightower - 72        FIRST DOWN (PASS)            10              17
Receiving Yards       Nicks - 122           F. Davis - 105
                                                                     FIRST DOWN (PENALTY)         0               1
Passing Yards         Manning - 268         Grossman - 305
                                                                     TOTAL YDS                    315             332
Touchdowns            Bradshaw - 1          Grossman - 2
                      Manning - 1                                    RUSHES-YDS                   20-75           26-74
Field Goals (long)      -                      -                     AVG. RUSH GAIN               3.8             2.8
Tackles (solo)        Rolle - 6 (5)         Doughty - 8 (6)          PASS-COMP-ATT-INT            32-18-1         34-21-0
Sacks                 Pierre-Paul - 2       Neild - 2                PASSINGS YDS                 240             258
Interceptions           -                   Kerrigan - 1             KICKOFFS                     3               5
                                                                     PUNTS-AVG.                   6-45.2          6-43.0
                                                                     RETURN YDS.                  48              110
                                                                     PENALTIES-YARDS              8-63            3-25
                                                                     FUMBLES-LOST                 1-0             1-1
                                                                     TOUCHDOWNS                   2               4
                                                                     RUSHING TDS                  2               1
                                                                     PASSING TDS                  0               2
                                                                     EXTRA POINTS-ATTEMPTS        2-2             4-4
                                                                     FG MADE-ATT                  0-1             0-1
                                                                     RED ZONE EFF                 67%             100%
                                                                     TIME OF POSESSION            27:24           32:36




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                                                2011 NEW YORK GIANTS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

NO   LAST           FIRST             POS      HT    WT        DOB    AGE EXP COLLEGE                         HOMETOWN                          HOW ACQ.          GP/GS/DNP/IA
20   Amukamara      Prince            CB       6-0   207     6/6/1989  22 R Nebraska                          Glendale, AZ                      D1-'11            1/0/0/9
78   Andrews        Stacy             T        6-6   318     6/2/1981  30 9 Mississippi                       Camden, AR                        UFA (SEA)-'11     8/2/0/2
64   Baas           David             C        6-4   312    9/28/1981  30 7 Michigan                          Sarasota, FL                      UFA (SF)-'11      8/8/0/2
85   Ballard        Jake              TE       6-6   275   12/21/1987 23 2 Ohio State                         Springboro, OH                    FA-'10            10/9/0/0
13   Barden         Ramses            WR       6-6   224     1/1/1986  25 3 Cal Poly                          La Canada Flintridge, CA          D3-'09            3/0/0/0
65   Beatty         Will              T        6-6   319     3/2/1985  26 3 Connecticut                       York, PA                          D2-'09            10/10/0/0
47   Beckum         Travis            TE       6-3   234    1/24/1987  24 3 Wisconsin                         Milwaukee, WI                     D3-'09            8/0/0/2
95   Bernard        Rocky             DT       6-3   301    4/19/1979  32 10 Texas A&M                        Sterling, TX                      FA-'11            10/1/0/0
59   Boley          Michael           LB       6-3   230    8/24/1982  29 7 Southern Miss                     Elkmont, AL                       UFA (ATL)-'09     9/9/0/1
77   Boothe         Kevin             G        6-5   320     7/5/1983  28 6 Cornell                           Fort Lauderdale, FL               W (OAK) -'07      10/3/0/0
44   Bradshaw       Ahmad             RB      5-10   214    3/19/1986  25 5 Marshall                          Bluefield, VA                     D7b-'07           7/7/0/3
79   Brewer         James             T        6-6   330   12/23/1987 23 R Indiana                            Indianapolis, IN                  D4-'11            0/0/0/10
99   Canty          Chris             DT       6-7   317   11/10/1982 29 7 Virginia                           Charlotte, NC                     UFA (DAL)-'09     10/10/0/0
8    Carr           David             QB       6-3   212    7/21/1979  32 10 Fresno State                     Stockdale, CA                     FA-'11            0/0/10/0
83   Clayton        Michael           WR       6-3   202   10/13/1982 29 8 LSU                                Baton Rouge, LA                   FA-'11            5/0/0/3
37   Coe            Michael           DB       6-0   187   12/17/1983 27 4 Alabama State                      Memphis, TN                       FA-'10            10/0/0/0
63   Cordle         Jim               C        6-3   320    8/22/1987  24 1 Ohio State                        Lancster, OH                      FA-'11            5/0/1/0
80   Cruz           Victor            WR       6-0   204   11/11/1986 25 2 Massachusetts                      Paterson, NJ                      FA-'10            10/1/0/0
51   DeOssie        Zak               LS       6-4   249    5/24/1984  27 5 Brown                             No. Andover, MA                   D4-'07            10/0/0/0
66   Diehl          David             G        6-5   304    9/15/1980  31 9 Illinois                          Oak Lawn, IL                      D5-'03            10/10/0/0
34   Grant          Deon              S        6-2   215    3/14/1979  32 12 Tennessee                        Augusta, GA                       FA-'10            10/6/0/0
58   Herzlich       Mark              LB       6-4   246     9/1/1987  24 R Boston College                    Wayne, PA                         FA-'11            10/1/0/0
45   Hynoski        Henry             FB       6-1   266   12/30/1988 22 R Pittsburgh                         Elysburg, PA                      FA-'11            5/3/0/5
27   Jacobs         Brandon           RB       6-4   264     7/6/1982  29 7 So. Illinois                      Napoleanville, LA                 D4-'05            8/3/0/2
12   Jernigan       Jerrel            WR       5-8   189    6/14/1989  22 R Troy                              Eufaula, AL                       D3-'11            4/0/2/4
53   Jones          Greg              LB       6-0   248    10/5/1988  23 R Michigan State                    Cincinnati, OH                    D6-'11            10/4/0/0
97   Joseph         Linval            DT       6-4   323   10/10/1988 23 2 East Carolina                      Gainesville, FL                   D2-'10            10/9/0/0
73   Kennedy        Jimmy             DT       6-4   302   11/15/1979 32 9 Penn State                         Yonker, NY                        FA-'11            5/0/0/0
94   Kiwanuka       Mathias           LB       6-5   267     3/8/1983  28 6 Boston College                    Indianapolis, IN                  D1-'06            10/10/0/0
10   Manning        Eli               QB       6-4   218     1/3/1981  30 8 Mississippi                       New Orleans, LA                   T (SD)-'04        10/10/0/0
82   Manningham     Mario             WR       6-0   185    5/25/1986  25 4 Michigan                          Warren, OH                        D3-'08            9/9/0/1
22   Martin         Derrick           DB      5-10   198    5/16/1985  26 5 Wyoming                           Denver, CO                        FA-'11            10/0/0/0
67   McKenzie       Kareem            T        6-6   330    5/24/1979  32 11 Penn State                       Willingboro, NJ                   UFA (NYJ)-'05     10/10/0/0
88   Nicks          Hakeem            WR       6-1   208    1/14/1988  23 3 North Carolina                    Charlotte, NC                     D1-'09            9/9/0/1
86   Pascoe         Bear              TE       6-5   283    2/23/1986  25 3 Fresno State                      Porterville, CA                   FA-'09            10/7/0/0
55   Paysinger      Spencer           LB       6-2   236    6/28/1988  23 R Oregon                            Los Angeles, CA                   FA-'11            10/0/0/0
62   Petrus         Mitch             G        6-3   315    5/11/1987  24 2 Arkansas                          Carlisle, AR                      D5-'10            1/0/1/8
21   Phillips       Kenny             S        6-2   217   11/24/1986 25 4 Miami (FL)                         Miami, FL                         D1-'08            10/10/0/0
90   Pierre-Paul    Jason             DE       6-5   278     1/1/1989  22 2 South Florida                     Deerfield Beach, FL               D1-'10            10/7/0/0
26   Rolle          Antrel            S        6-0   206   12/16/1982 28 6 Miami (FL)                         Homestead, FL                     FA-'10            10/10/0/0
31   Ross           Aaron             CB       6-0   190    9/15/1982  29 5 Texas                             Tyler, TX                         D1-'07            10/9/0/0
39   Sash           Tyler             S        6-0   215    5/27/1988  23 R Iowa                              Oskaloosa, IA                     D6-'11            10/0/0/0
33   Scott          Da'Rel            RB      5-11   210    5/26/1988  23 R Maryland                          Conshohocken, PA                  D7-'11            5/0/1/4
76   Snee           Chris             G        6-3   305    1/18/1982  29 8 Boston College                    Montrose, PA                      D2-'04            9/9/0/1
15   Thomas         Devin             WR       6-2   221   11/15/1986 25 4 Michigan State                     Ann Arbor, MI                     W (CAR)- '10      10/0/0/0
71   Tollefson      Dave              DE       6-4   266    7/10/1982  29 5 NW Missouri St                    Concord, CA                       FA-'11            10/2/0/0
91   Tuck           Justin            DE       6-5   268    3/29/1983  28 7 Notre Dame                        Kellyton, AL                      D3-'05            6/5/0/4
9    Tynes          Lawrence          PK       6-1   194     5/3/1978  33 8 Troy                              Milton, FL                        T(KC)-'07         10/0/0/0
72   Umenyiora      Osi               DE       6-3   255   11/16/1981 30 9 Troy                               Auburn, AL                        D2-'03            7/6/0/3
28   Ware           D.J.              RB       6-0   225    2/18/1985  26 5 Georgia                           Rockmart, GA                      FA-'07            10/0/0/0
5    Weatherford    Steve             P        6-2   211   12/17/1982 28 7 Illinois                           Terre Haute, IN                   FA-'11            10/0/0/0
23   Webster        Corey             CB       6-0   200     3/2/1982  29 7 LSU                               Vacherie, LA                      D2-'05            10/10/0/0
57   Williams       Jacquian          LB       6-3   224    7/20/1988  23 R South Florida                     Apopka, FL                        D6-'11            10/1/0/0

Practice Squad
41 Bing             Brandon           CB      5-9    175     8/8/1989     22    R   Rutgers                   Wyncote, PA                       FA-'11            0/0/0/0
35 Brown            Andre             RB      6-0    227   12/15/1986     24    3   N.C. State                Greenville, SC                    FA-'11            0/0/0/0
60 Capers           Selvish           OL      6-5    315   11/13/1986     25    1   West Virginia             Kenner, LA                        FA-'11            0/0/0/0
19 DePalma          Dan               WR      511    192    7/21/1989     22    R   West Chester (PA)         Verona, NJ                        FA-'11            0/0/0/0
48 Hopkins          Christian         TE      6-5    277    2/26/1985     26    1   Toledo                    Chicago, IL                       FA-'11            0/0/0/0
70 Marshall         Craig             DE      6-4    279    2/10/1988     23    R   South Florida             Fort Walton Beach, FL             FA-'11            0/0/0/0
98 Tracy            Adrian            LB      6-2    245     4/6/1987     24    R   William & Mary            Sterling, VA                      D6-'10            0/0/0/0
69 Trattou          Justin            DE      6-4    255    8/28/1988     22    R   Florida                   Ramsey, NJ                        FA-'11            1/0/0/0

Reserve/Injured                                                                                                                                                   Injury
96 Austin           Marvin            DT       6-2   312     1/1/1989     22    R   North Carolina            Washington, DC                    D2-'11            Chest
54 Goff             Jonathan          LB       6-2   241   12/12/1985     25    4   Vanderbilt                Lynn, MA                          D5-'08            Knee
87 Hixon            Domenik           WR       6-2   197    10/8/1984     27    6   Akron                     Columbus, OH                      W (DEN)-'07       Knee
25 Johnson          Bruce             CB      5-11   182   12/18/1987     23    3   Miami (FL)                Live Oak, FL                      FA-'09            Achilles
73 Parker           Martin            DT       6-2   303    2/27/1988     23    R   Richmond                  New Haven, CT                     FA-'011           Foot
52 Sintim           Clint             LB       6-3   246    2/21/1986     25    3   Virginia                  Woodbridge, VA                    D2-'09            Knee
24 Thomas           Terrell           CB       6-0   191     1/8/1985     26    4   USC                       Alto Loma, CA                     D2-'08            Knee
30 Tryon            Justin            CB       5-9   180    5/29/1984     27    4   Arizona State             Woodland Hills, CA                FA'11             Arm
29 Witherspoon      Brian             CB      5-10   180     6/5/1985     26    3   Stillman                  Butler, AL                        FA'10             Knee

Reserve/Non-Football Injury                                                                                                                                       Injury
35 Jones         Chad                 S       6-2 228        10/5/1988 23       2 LSU                         Baton Rouge, LA                   D3-'10            Leg

COACHING STAFF                                        HEAD COACH: Tom Coughlin
Perry Fewell (Defensive Coordinator), Kevin Gilbride (Offensive Coordinator), Tom Quinn (Special Teams Coordinator), Jack Bicknell, Jr. (Assistant Offensive Line),
Pat Flaherty (Offensive Line), Kevin M. Gilbride (Offensive Assistant), Peter Giunta (Secondary/Corners), Jim Herrmann (Linebackers), Al Holcomb (Defensive Assistant),
Jerald Ingram (Running Backs), Larry Izzo (Assistant Special Teams), Dave Merritt (Secondary/Safeties), Robert Nunn (Defensive Line), Jerry Palmieri (Strength
& Conditioning), Markus Paul (Assistant Strength & Conditioning), Michael Pope (Tight Ends), Sean Ryan (Wide Receivers), Mike Sullivan (Quarterbacks).
                                                     2011 NEW YORK GIANTS NUMERICAL ROSTER
                                                                                                                                                                   11/22/2011
NO   LAST            FIRST            POS      HT    WT        DOB    AGE EXP COLLEGE                          HOMETOWN                          HOW ACQ.          GP/GS/DNP/IA
5    Weatherford     Steve            P        6-2   211   12/17/1982 28 7 Illinois                            Terre Haute, IN                   FA-'11            10/0/0/0
8    Carr            David            QB       6-3   212    7/21/1979  32 10 Fresno State                      Stockdale, CA                     FA-'11            0/0/10/0
9    Tynes           Lawrence         PK       6-1   194     5/3/1978  33 8 Troy                               Milton, FL                        T(KC)-'07         10/0/0/0
10   Manning         Eli              QB       6-4   218     1/3/1981  30 8 Mississippi                        New Orleans, LA                   T (SD)-'04        10/10/0/0
12   Jernigan        Jerrel           WR       5-8   189    6/14/1989  22 R Troy                               Eufaula, AL                       D3-'11            4/0/2/4
13   Barden          Ramses           WR       6-6   224     1/1/1986  25 3 Cal Poly                           La Canada Flintridge, CA          D3-'09            3/0/0/0
15   Thomas          Devin            WR       6-2   221   11/15/1986 25 4 Michigan State                      Ann Arbor, MI                     W (CAR)- '10      10/0/0/0
20   Amukamara       Prince           CB       6-0   207     6/6/1989  22 R Nebraska                           Glendale, AZ                      D1-'11            1/0/0/9
21   Phillips        Kenny            S        6-2   217   11/24/1986 25 4 Miami (FL)                          Miami, FL                         D1-'08            10/10/0/0
22   Martin          Derrick          DB      5-10   198    5/16/1985  26 5 Wyoming                            Denver, CO                        FA-'11            10/0/0/0
23   Webster         Corey            CB       6-0   200     3/2/1982  29 7 LSU                                Vacherie, LA                      D2-'05            10/10/0/0
26   Rolle           Antrel           S        6-0   206   12/16/1982 28 6 Miami (FL)                          Homestead, FL                     FA-'10            10/10/0/0
27   Jacobs          Brandon          RB       6-4   264     7/6/1982  29 7 So. Illinois                       Napoleanville, LA                 D4-'05            8/3/0/2
28   Ware            D.J.             RB       6-0   225    2/18/1985  26 5 Georgia                            Rockmart, GA                      FA-'07            10/0/0/0
31   Ross            Aaron            CB       6-0   190    9/15/1982  29 5 Texas                              Tyler, TX                         D1-'07            10/9/0/0
33   Scott           Da'Rel           RB      5-11   210    5/26/1988  23 R Maryland                           Conshohocken, PA                  D7-'11            5/0/1/4
34   Grant           Deon             S        6-2   215    3/14/1979  32 12 Tennessee                         Augusta, GA                       FA-'10            10/6/0/0
37   Coe             Michael          DB       6-0   187   12/17/1983 27 4 Alabama State                       Memphis, TN                       FA-'10            10/0/0/0
39   Sash            Tyler            S        6-0   215    5/27/1988  23 R Iowa                               Oskaloosa, IA                     D6-'11            10/0/0/0
44   Bradshaw        Ahmad            RB      5-10   214    3/19/1986  25 5 Marshall                           Bluefield, VA                     D7b-'07           7/7/0/3
45   Hynoski         Henry            FB       6-1   266   12/30/1988 22 R Pittsburgh                          Elysburg, PA                      FA-'11            5/3/0/5
47   Beckum          Travis           TE       6-3   234    1/24/1987  24 3 Wisconsin                          Milwaukee, WI                     D3-'09            8/0/0/2
51   DeOssie         Zak              LS       6-4   249    5/24/1984  27 5 Brown                              No. Andover, MA                   D4-'07            10/0/0/0
53   Jones           Greg             LB       6-0   248    10/5/1988  23 R Michigan State                     Cincinnati, OH                    D6-'11            10/4/0/0
55   Paysinger       Spencer          LB       6-2   236    6/28/1988  23 R Oregon                             Los Angeles, CA                   FA-'11            10/0/0/0
57   Williams        Jacquian         LB       6-3   224    7/20/1988  23 R South Florida                      Apopka, FL                        D6-'11            10/1/0/0
58   Herzlich        Mark             LB       6-4   246     9/1/1987  24 R Boston College                     Wayne, PA                         FA-'11            10/1/0/0
59   Boley           Michael          LB       6-3   230    8/24/1982  29 7 Southern Miss                      Elkmont, AL                       UFA (ATL)-'09     9/9/0/1
62   Petrus          Mitch            G        6-3   315    5/11/1987  24 2 Arkansas                           Carlisle, AR                      D5-'10            1/0/1/8
63   Cordle          Jim              C        6-3   320    8/22/1987  24 1 Ohio State                         Lancster, OH                      FA-'11            5/0/1/0
64   Baas            David            C        6-4   312    9/28/1981  30 7 Michigan                           Sarasota, FL                      UFA (SF)-'11      8/8/0/2
65   Beatty          Will             T        6-6   319     3/2/1985  26 3 Connecticut                        York, PA                          D2-'09            10/10/0/0
66   Diehl           David            G        6-5   304    9/15/1980  31 9 Illinois                           Oak Lawn, IL                      D5-'03            10/10/0/0
67   McKenzie        Kareem           T        6-6   330    5/24/1979  32 11 Penn State                        Willingboro, NJ                   UFA (NYJ)-'05     10/10/0/0
71   Tollefson       Dave             DE       6-4   266    7/10/1982  29 5 NW Missouri St                     Concord, CA                       FA-'11            10/2/0/0
72   Umenyiora       Osi              DE       6-3   255   11/16/1981 30 9 Troy                                Auburn, AL                        D2-'03            7/6/0/3
73   Kennedy         Jimmy            DT       6-4   302   11/15/1979 32 9 Penn State                          Yonker, NY                        FA-'11            5/0/0/0
76   Snee            Chris            G        6-3   305    1/18/1982  29 8 Boston College                     Montrose, PA                      D2-'04            9/9/0/1
77   Boothe          Kevin            G        6-5   320     7/5/1983  28 6 Cornell                            Fort Lauderdale, FL               W (OAK) -'07      10/3/0/0
78   Andrews         Stacy            T        6-6   318     6/2/1981  30 9 Mississippi                        Camden, AR                        UFA (SEA)-'11     8/2/0/2
79   Brewer          James            T        6-6   330   12/23/1987 23 R Indiana                             Indianapolis, IN                  D4-'11            0/0/0/10
80   Cruz            Victor           WR       6-0   204   11/11/1986 25 2 Massachusetts                       Paterson, NJ                      FA-'10            10/1/0/0
82   Manningham      Mario            WR       6-0   185    5/25/1986  25 4 Michigan                           Warren, OH                        D3-'08            9/9/0/1
83   Clayton         Michael          WR       6-3   202   10/13/1982 29 8 LSU                                 Baton Rouge, LA                   FA-'11            5/0/0/3
85   Ballard         Jake             TE       6-6   275   12/21/1987 23 2 Ohio State                          Springboro, OH                    FA-'10            10/9/0/0
86   Pascoe          Bear             TE       6-5   283    2/23/1986  25 3 Fresno State                       Porterville, CA                   FA-'09            10/7/0/0
88   Nicks           Hakeem           WR       6-1   208    1/14/1988  23 3 North Carolina                     Charlotte, NC                     D1-'09            9/9/0/1
90   Pierre-Paul     Jason            DE       6-5   278     1/1/1989  22 2 South Florida                      Deerfield Beach, FL               D1-'10            10/7/0/0
91   Tuck            Justin           DE       6-5   268    3/29/1983  28 7 Notre Dame                         Kellyton, AL                      D3-'05            6/5/0/4
94   Kiwanuka        Mathias          LB       6-5   267     3/8/1983  28 6 Boston College                     Indianapolis, IN                  D1-'06            10/10/0/0
95   Bernard         Rocky            DT       6-3   301    4/19/1979  32 10 Texas A&M                         Sterling, TX                      FA-'11            10/1/0/0
97   Joseph          Linval           DT       6-4   323   10/10/1988 23 2 East Carolina                       Gainesville, FL                   D2-'10            10/9/0/0
99   Canty           Chris            DT       6-7   317   11/10/1982 29 7 Virginia                            Charlotte, NC                     UFA (DAL)-'09     10/10/0/0

Practice Squad
19 DePalma           Dan              WR      511    192    7/21/1989     22    R   West Chester (PA)          Verona, NJ                        FA-'11            0/0/0/0
35 Brown             Andre            RB      6-0    227   12/15/1986     24    3   N.C. State                 Greenville, SC                    FA-'11            0/0/0/0
41 Bing              Brandon          CB      5-9    175     8/8/1989     22    R   Rutgers                    Wyncote, PA                       FA-'11            0/0/0/0
48 Hopkins           Christian        TE      6-5    277    2/26/1985     26    1   Toledo                     Chicago, IL                       FA-'11            0/0/0/0
60 Capers            Selvish          OL      6-5    315   11/13/1986     25    1   West Virginia              Kenner, LA                        FA-'11            0/0/0/0
69 Trattou           Justin           DE      6-4    255    8/28/1988     22    R   Florida                    Ramsey, NJ                        FA-'11            1/0/0/0
70 Marshall          Craig            DE      6-4    279    2/10/1988     23    R   South Florida              Fort Walton Beach, FL             FA-'11            0/0/0/0
98 Tracy             Adrian           LB      6-2    245     4/6/1987     24    R   William & Mary             Sterling, VA                      D6-'10            0/0/0/0

Reserve/Injured                                                                                                                                                    Injury
24 Thomas            Terrell          CB       6-0   191     1/8/1985     26    4   USC                        Alto Loma, CA                     D2-'08            Knee
25 Johnson           Bruce            CB      5-11   182   12/18/1987     23    3   Miami (FL)                 Live Oak, FL                      FA-'09            Achilles
29 Witherspoon       Brian            CB      5-10   180     6/5/1985     26    3   Stillman                   Butler, AL                        FA'10             Knee
30 Tryon             Justin           CB       5-9   180    5/29/1984     27    4   Arizona State              Woodland Hills, CA                FA'11             Arm
52 Sintim            Clint            LB       6-3   246    2/21/1986     25    3   Virginia                   Woodbridge, VA                    D2-'09            Knee
54 Goff              Jonathan         LB       6-2   241   12/12/1985     25    4   Vanderbilt                 Lynn, MA                          D5-'08            Knee
73 Parker            Martin           DT       6-2   303    2/27/1988     23    R   Richmond                   New Haven, CT                     FA-'011           Foot
87 Hixon             Domenik          WR       6-2   197    10/8/1984     27    6   Akron                      Columbus, OH                      W (DEN)-'07       Knee
96 Austin            Marvin           DT       6-2   312     1/1/1989     22    R   North Carolina             Washington, DC                    D2-'11            Chest

Reserve/Non-Football Injury                                                                                                                                        Injury
35 Jones         Chad                 S        6-2 228        10/5/1988 23      2 LSU                          Baton Rouge, LA                   D3-'10            Leg

COACHING STAFF                                        HEAD COACH: Tom Coughlin
Perry Fewell (Defensive Coordinator), Kevin Gilbride (Offensive Coordinator), Tom Quinn (Special Teams Coordinator), Jack Bicknell, Jr. (Assistant Offensive Line),
Pat Flaherty (Offensive Line), Kevin M. Gilbride (Offensive Assistant), Peter Giunta (Secondary/Corners), Jim Herrmann (Linebackers), Al Holcomb (Defensive Assistant),
Jerald Ingram (Running Backs), Larry Izzo (Assistant Special Teams), Dave Merritt (Secondary/Safeties), Robert Nunn (Defensive Line), Jerry Palmieri (Strength
& Conditioning), Markus Paul (Assistant Strength & Conditioning), Michael Pope (Tight Ends), Sean Ryan (Wide Receivers), Mike Sullivan (Quarterbacks).
         2011 NEW YORK GIANTS UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHART
                          Underlined = Rookie in 2011

                                      BASE OFFENSE
WR    82 Mario Manningham (9/9)         80 Victor Cruz           (10/1)   12 Jerrel Jernigan      (4/0)

LT    65 Will Beatty         (10/10)      79 James Brewer        (0/0)

LG    66 David Diehl         (10/10)      77 Kevin Boothe        (10/3)

C     64 David Baas          (8/8)        77 Kevin Boothe        (10/3)   63 Jim Cordle           (4/0)

RG    76 Chris Snee          (9/9)        62 Mitch Petrus        (1/0)

RT    67 Kareem McKenzie     (10/10)      78 Stacy Andrews       (8/2)

TE    85 Jake Ballard        (10/9)       47 Travis Beckum       (8/0)    86 Bear Pascoe          (10/7)

WR    88 Hakeem Nicks        (9/9)        13 Ramses Barden       (3/0)    15 Devin Thomas         (9/0)
                                                                          83 Michael Clayton      (5/0)
QB    10 Eli Manning         (10/10)       8 David Carr          (0/0)

FB    86 Bear Pascoe         (10/7)       45 Henry Hynoski       (5/3)

RB    44 Ahmad Bradshaw      (7/7)        27 Brandon Jacobs      (8/3)    28 D.J. Ware            (10/0)
                                                                          33 Da'Rel Scott         (5/0)
                                      BASE DEFENSE
LE    91 Justin Tuck         (6/5)      71 Dave Tollefson        (10/2)

LDT   97 Linval Joseph       (10/9)       95 Rocky Bernard       (10/1)

RDT   99 Chris Canty         (10/10)      73 Jimmy Kennedy       (5/0)

RE    72 Osi Umenyiora       (7/6)        90 Jason Pierre-Paul   (10/7)

SLB   94 Mathias Kiwanuka    (10/10)      58 Mark Herzlich       (10/1)

MLB   53 Greg Jones          (10/4)       58 Mark Herzlich       (10/1)

WLB   59 Michael Boley       (9/9)        57 Jacquian Williams   (10/1)   55 Spencer Paysinger (10/0)

LCB   23 Corey Webster       (10/10)      20 Prince Amukamara    (1/0)

RCB   31 Aaron Ross          (10/9)       37 Michael Coe         (10/0)

SS    21 Kenny Phillips      (10/10)      39 Tyler Sash          (10/0)   22 Derrick Martin       (10/0)

FS    26 Antrel Rolle        (10/10)      34 Deon Grant          (10/6)
                                       SPECIALISTS
P      5 Steve Weatherford   (10/0)

PK     9 Lawrence Tynes      (10/0)

H      5 Steve Weatherford   (10/0)

KC    51 Zak DeOssie         (10/0)

PC    51 Zak DeOssie         (10/0)       47 Travis Beckum       (8/0)

KR    33 Da'Rel Scott        (5/0)        28 D.J. Ware           (10/0)   15   Devin Thomas       (10/0)
                                                                          12   Jerrel Jernigan    (5/0)
PR    31 Aaron Ross          (10/9)       80 Victor Cruz         (10/1)   12   Jerrel Jernigan    (5/0)
                                                                          82   Mario Manningham   (9/9)
                                           2011 NEW YORK GIANTS PARTICIPATION CHART

Date                                           9/11    9/19    9/25    10/2     10/9 10/16      10/30    11/6    11/13   11/20   10/28     12/4    12/11   12/18    10/24      1/1       TOTALS
Opponent                                      @Was     StL     @Phi    @Ari     Sea Buf          Mia     @NE     @SF      Phi    @NO       GB      @Dal    Was      @Jets      Dal     GP/GS/DNP/IA
5      Weatherford          Steve            P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
8      Carr                 David            DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
9      Tynes                Lawrence         P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
10     Manning              Eli              QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB
12     Jernigan             Jerrel           IA   IA    DNP DNP P         P     P     P     IA    IA
13     Barden               Ramses           PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP P                  P     P
15     Thomas               Devin            P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
17     Perrilloux           Ryan             PS X       PS X        PS X        PS X        PS X
18     Rosenfels            Sage             IR IR IR IR X                X     X     X     X     X
19     DePalma              Dan              PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS
20     Amukamara            Prince           IA   IA    IA    IA    IA    IA    IA    IA    IA    P
21     Phillips             Kenny            SS SS SS SS SS SS RCB SS SS SS
22     Martin               Derrick          P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
23     Webster              Corey            LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB
25     Johnson              Bruce            IR     IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR
26     Rolle                Antrel           FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS FS
27     Jacobs               Brandon          P    P     P     P     IA    IA    P     RB RB RB
28     Ware                 D.J.             P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
29     Williams             Brian            P    P     P     P     X     X     X     X     X     X
29     Witherspoon          Brian            IR     IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR
30     Tryon                Justin           X       X     X     X    P P       P     IR IR IR
31     Ross                 Aaron            RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB P                RCB RCB RCB
33     Scott                Da'Rel           DNP IA     IA    IA    P     P     IA    P     P     P
34     Grant                Deon             P    P     P     P     DB DB P           DB DB DB
35     Brown                Andre            PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS
35     Jones                Chad             R-NFIR-NFI R-NFI R-NFI R-NFI R-NFI R-NFI R-NFI R-NFI R-NFI
37     Coe                  Michael          P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
39     Sash                 Tyler            P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
41     Bing                 Brandon          X       X     X     X X      X     X     PS PS PS
44     Bradshaw             Ahmad            RB RB RB RB RB RB RB IA                        IA    IA
45     Hynoski              Henry            P    FB FB FB P              IA    IA    IA    IA    IA
47     Beckum               Travis           IA   IA    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
48     Hopkins              Christian        PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS
49     Coleman              Antonio          X       X     X PS PS PS X               X     X     X
49     Daniels              Alex             X       X     X     X X      X     PS PS PS PS
51     DeOssie              Zak              P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
52     Sintim               Clint            IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR
53     Jones                Greg             MLB MLB P        MLB P       P     MLB P       P     P
54     Goff                 Jonathan         IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR
55     Paysinger            Spencer          P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P
57     Williams             Jacquian         P    P     P     P     P     MLB P       P     P     P
58     Herzlich             Mark             P    P     P     P     P     P     P     P     P     WLB
59     Boley                Michael          WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB IA
60     Capers               Selvish          X       X     X     X X      X     X     X     X     X
61     Koets                Adam             PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP PUP X                    X
62     Petrus               Mitch            IA   IA    IA    IA    IA    P     IA    DNP IA      IA
63     Cordle               Jim              PS PS PS PS P                P     P     P     P     DNP
64     Baas                 David            C    C     C     C     IA    C     C     IA    C     C
65     Beatty               Will             LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT
66     Diehl                David            LG LG LG LG LG LG LG LG LG LG
67     McKenzie             Kareem           RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT
69     Trattou              Justin           P    PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS
70     Marshall             Craig            X       X     X     X X      X     X     X     X     PS
71     Tollefson            Dave             LE P       P     P     P     P     LE P        P     P
72     Umenyiora            Osi              IA   IA    IA    RE RE RE P              RE RE RE
73     Kennedy              Jimmy            P    P     P     P     P     SUS SUS SUS SUS E/CP
74     Hendricks            Dwayne           PS PS PS PS PS IA                  IA    P     IA    IA
76     Snee                 Chris            RG RG RG RG RG IA                  RG RG RG RG
77     Boothe               Kevin            P    P     P     P     C     RG P        C     P     P
78     Andrews              Stacy            P    P     OL P        OL P        IA    IA    P     P
79     Brewer               James            IA   IA    IA    IA    IA    IA    IA    IA    IA    IA
80     Cruz                 Victor           P    P     P     P     P     P     P     WR P        P
81     Hogan                Chris            X    PS X        X     X     X     X     X     X     X
82     Manningham           Mario            WR WR IA          WR WR WR WR WR WR WR
83     Clayton              Michael          X       X    IA IA     IA    P     P     P     P     P
84     Stokley              Brandon          X    P     P     IA    X     X     X     X     X     X
85     Ballard              Jake             TE TE P          TE TE TE TE TE TE TE
86     Pascoe               Bear             FB P       TE P        P     FB FB FB FB FB
87     Hixon                Domenik          P    P     IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR
88     Nicks                Hakeem           WR WR WR WR WR WR WR IA                        WR WR
90     Pierre-Paul          Jason            RE RE RE LE LE LE LE P                         P     P
91     Tuck                 Justin           IA   LE LE         IA IA     IA    P     LE LE LE
94     Kiwanuka             Mathias          SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB SLB
95     Bernard              Rocky            P    P        P     P P      P     LDT P       P     P
96     Austin               Marvin           IR IR        IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR
97     Joseph               Linval           LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT P              NT LDT LDT LDT
98     Tracy                Adrian           PS    PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS
99     Canty                Chris            RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT RDT

KEY: POSITION - start, P - played, IA - inactive, IR - injured reserve, DNP - did not play, PS - practice squad, X - not with team, PUP - physically unable to perform, SUS - suspended.
SUS- suspended player       R-NFI - reserve non-football injury       E/CP - exempted/commisioner permission
                          2011 New York Giants Transactions
Date          POS.   PLAYER                TRANSACTION
        1/5   DB     Burnett, Joe          Sign to reserve/future contracts
              WR     Watkins, Todd         Sign to reserve/future contracts
       1/11   RB     Mallett, Martell      Sign to reserve/future contracts
              OL     Ndukwe, Ikechuku      Sign to reserve/future contracts
              DE     Okpokowuruk, Ayanga   Sign to reserve/future contracts
       1/13   QB     Perrilloux, Ryan      Sign to reserve/future contracts
              DB     Harris, Cary          Sign to reserve/future contracts
        3/3   WR     Reynaud, Darius       Sign to reserve/future contracts
              WR     Hixon, Domenik        Sign contract extension
       7/28   FB     Hynoski, Henry        Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              LB     Herzlich, Mark        Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              DT     Parker, Martin        Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              DE     Trattou, Justin       Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              DE     Marshall, Craig       Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              T      King, Jarriel         Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              LB     Paysinger, Spencer    Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              DS     Tarrant, Jarrard      Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              DT     Abdullai, Ibraham     Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              DS     Sims, David           Sign undrafted rookie free agent
              C      O'Hara, Shaun         Released
              G      Seubert, Rich         Released
              FB     Hedgecock, Madison    Released
              T      Andrews, Shawn        Released
              RB     Barber, Tiki          Released
       7/29   DT     Austin, Marvin        Signed rookie contract
              WR     Jernigan, Jerrel      Signed rookie contract
              T      Brewer, James         Signed rookie contract
              LB     Jones, Greg           Signed rookie contract
              DS     Sash, Tyler           Signed rookie contract
              LB     Williams, Jacquian    Signed rookie contract
              RB     Scott, Da'rel         Signed rookie contract
              DT     Bernard, Rocky        Released
              OL     Koets, Adam           Placed on Active Reserve/PUP
              WR     Barden, Ramses        Placed on Active Reserve/PUP
              DE     Umenyiora, Osi        player on Reserve/Did Not Report
       7/30   C      Baas, David           Signed as a free agent
              G      White, Chris          Signed as a free agent
              P      Weatherford, Steve    Signed as a free agent
              TE     Hopkins, Christian    Signed as a free agent
              OG     Clouser, Brant        Signed as a free agent
        8/1   QB     Carr, David           Signed as a free agent
              RB     Mallett, Martell      waived
              DS     Jones, Chad           waived
              TE     Patrick, Ben          Signed as a free agent
        8/2   DT     Watson, Gabe          Signed as a free agent
        8/3   RB     Brown, Andre          Signed as a free agent
              RB     Bradshaw, Ahmad       re-signed by the Giants
              WR     Clayton, Michael      re-signed by the Giants
              T      Andrews, Stacy        Signed as a free agent
        8/4   DT     Bernard, Rocky        Signed as a free agent
              DT     Parker, Martin        waived injured
        8/5   CB     Amukamara, Prince     Signed rookie contract
              CB     Burks, Darnell        Signed as a free agent
              CB     Johnson, Bruce        waived injured
        8/6   DE     Tollefson, Dave       re-signed by the Giants
        8/7   TE     Coats, Daniel         Signed as a free agent
              TE     Patrick, Ben          placed on Reserve/Retired
       8/16   WR     Giguere, Sam          waived/injured
              DB     Harris, Cary          waived
              DB     Grant, Deon           Signed as a free agent
              DB     Martin, Derrick       Signed as a free agent
              PK     Lloyd, Ryhs           Signed as a free agent
       8/23   DT     Kennedy, Jimmy        Signed as a free agent
              CB     Turenne, Woodny       waived/injury settlement
              CB     Witherspoon, Brian    waived/injured
              CB     Thomas, Terrell       placed on injured reserve
              WR     Giguere, Sam          waived/injury settlement
       8/24   LB     Ingram, Kenny         waived
              CB     Williams, Brian       Signed as a free agent
       8/30   DT     Austin, Marvin        Placed on Injured Reserve
              WR     Barden, Ramses        Placed on Reserve/PUP
              OL     Koets, Adam           Placed on Reserve/PUP
              WR     Calhoun, Duke         Waived/Injured
        9/2   LB     Sintim, Clint         Placed on Injured Reserve
              DT     Abdulai, Ibrahim      Waived
        CB   Burks, Darnell        Waived
        G    Clouser, Brant        Waived
        WR   Watkins, Todd         Waived
  9/3   QB   Rosenfels, Sage       Placed on Injured Reserve
        DB   Jackson, Brian        Waived/Injured
        TE   Coats, Daniel         Contract Terminated
        WR   Clayton, Michael      Contract Terminated
        G    Ndukwe, Ikechuku      Contract Terminated
        C    White, Chris          Contract Terminated
        DT   Watson, Gabe          Contract Terminated
        K    Lloyd, Ryhs           Contract Terminated
        QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Waived
        RB   Brown, Andre          Waived
        RB   Scott, Charles        Waived
        TE   Hopkins, Christian    Waived
        WR   Reynaud, Darius       Waived
        T    Meredith, Jamon       Waived
        T    King, Jarriel         Waived
        C    Cordle, Jim           Waived
        DE   Okpokowuruk, Ayanga   Waived
        DE   Marshall, Craig       Waived
        DE   Hall, Alex            Waived
        DE   Trattou, Justin       Waived
        DT   Hendricks, Dwayne     Waived
        LB   Tracy, Adrian         Waived
        LB   Dillard, Phillip      Waived
        DB   Burnett, Joe          Waived
        DB   Sims, David           Waived
        DB   Tarrant, Jarrard      Waived
        P    Dodge, Matt           Waived
  9/4   RB   Brown, Andre          Signed to Practice Squad
        TE   Hopkins, Christian    Signed to Practice Squad
        DE   Trattou, Justin       Signed to Practice Squad
        LB   Tracy, Adrian         Signed to Practice Squad
        QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Signed to Practice Squad
        DT   Hendricks, Dwayne     Signed to Practice Squad
  9/5   C    Cordle, Jim           Signed to Practice Squad
  9/6   WR   DePalma, Dan          Signed to Practice Squad
 9/10   DE   Trattou, Justin       Signed from Practice Sqad
        LB   Gofff, Jonathan       Paced on Injured Reserve
 9/12   WR   Hogan, Chris          Signed to Practice Squad
 9/15   DE   Trattou, Justin       Waived
        WR   Stokley, Brandon      Signed as a Free Agent
 9/17   QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Practice Squad Contract Terminated
        DE   Trattou, Justin       Signed to Practice Squad
 9/23   WR   Hixon, Domenik        Placed on Injured Reserve
        WR   Clayton, Michael      Signed as a Free Agent
        WR   Hogan, Chris          Practice Squad Contract Terminated
        QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Signed to Practice Squad
 9/27   QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Practice Squad Contract Terminated
        LB   Coleman, Antonio      Signed to Practice Squad
 10/4   QB   Rosenfels, Sage       Contract Terminated from Injured Reserve
        WR   Stokley, Brandon      Contract Terminated with Injury Settlement
        C    Cordle, Jim           Signed from Practice Sqad
        OL   Capers, Selvish       Signed to Practice Squad
        CB   Tryon, Justin         Signed as a Free Agent
 10/5   CB   Williams, Brian       Contract Terminated
 10/7   OL   Capers, Selvish       Practice Squad Contract Terminated
        QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Signed to Practice Squad
10/11   DT   Kennedy, Jimmy        Suspended 4 games by NFL
10/15   DT   Hendricks, Dwayne     Signed from Practice Sqad
10/17   QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Signed to Practice Squad
10/25   WR   Barden, Ramses        Returned to Practice from PUP
        LB   Coleman, Antonio      Practice Squad Contract Terminated
        FB   Daniels, Alex         Signed to Practice Squad
10/31   CB   Tryon, Justin         Paced on Injured Reserve
 11/1   QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Practice Squad Contract Terminated
        DB   Bing, Brandon         Signed to Practice Squad
 11/5   WR   Barden, Ramses        Activated from PUP
 11/8   OL   Koets, Adam           Waived from Reserved/PUP
        FB   Daniels, Alex         Practice Squad Contract Terminated
        DE   Marshall, Craig       Signed to Practice Squad
11/11   DE   Marshall, Craig       Practice Squad Contract Terminated
        QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Signed to Practice Squad
11/16   QB   Perrilloux, Ryan      Practice Squad Contract Terminated
        DE   Marshall, Craig       Signed to Practice Squad
11/21   DT   Hendricks, Dwayne     Waived
        DT   Kennedy, Jimmy        Activated from Exempt/Commissioner Permission
                                  2011 NEW YORK GIANTS GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS

                                                             OFFENSE
OPP         WR            LT          LG           C            RG           RT          TE        WR        QB           RB             FB
@WAS    Manningham       Beatty       Diehl       Baas          Snee      McKenzie     Ballard     Nicks    Manning     Bradshaw     Pascoe (TE)
StL     Manningham       Beatty       Diehl       Baas          Snee      McKenzie     Ballard     Nicks    Manning     Bradshaw       Hynoski
@PHI    Andrews (OL)     Beatty       Diehl       Baas          Snee      McKenzie     Pascoe      Nicks    Manning     Bradshaw       Hynoski
@ARI    Manningham       Beatty       Diehl       Baas          Snee      McKenzie     Ballard     Nicks    Manning     Bradshaw       Hynoski
SEA     Manningham       Beatty       Diehl      Boothe         Snee      McKenzie     Ballard     Nicks    Manning     Bradshaw     Andrews (OL)
BUF     Manningham       Beatty       Diehl       Baas         Boothe     McKenzie     Ballard     Nicks    Manning     Bradshaw       Pascoe
MIA     Manningham       Beatty       Diehl       Baas          Snee      McKenzie     Ballard     Nicks    Manning     Bradshaw       Pascoe
@NE     Manningham       Beatty       Diehl      Boothe         Snee      McKenzie     Ballard     Cruz     Manning      Jacobs        Pascoe
@SF     Manningham       Beatty       Diehl       Baas          Snee      McKenzie     Ballard     Nicks    Manning      Jacobs        Pascoe
PHI     Manningham       Beatty       Diehl       Baas          Snee      McKenzie     Ballard     Nicks    Manning      Jacobs        Pascoe
@NO
GB
@DAL
WAS
@Jets
DAL

                                                             DEFENSE
OPP        LDE           LDT          RDT        RDE            SLB         MLB        WLB         LCB       RCB          SS             FS
@WAS      Tollefson     Joseph       Canty     Pierre-Paul    Kiwanuka      Jones       Boley     Webster    Ross        Phillips       Rolle
StL         Tuck        Joseph       Canty     Pierre-Paul    Kiwanuka      Jones       Boley     Webster    Ross        Phillips       Rolle
@PHI        Tuck        Joseph       Canty     Pierre-Paul    Kiwanuka    Grant (DB)    Boley     Webster    Ross        Phillips       Rolle
@ARI     Pierre-Paul    Joseph       Canty     Umenyiora      Kiwanuka      Jones       Boley     Webster    Ross        Phillips       Rolle
SEA      Pierre-Paul    Joseph       Canty     Umenyiora      Kiwanuka    Grant (DB)    Boley     Webster    Ross        Phillips       Rolle
BUF      Pierre-Paul   Grant (DB)    Canty     Umenyiora      Kiwanuka     Williams     Boley     Webster    Ross        Phillips       Rolle
MIA       Tollefson     Bernard      Canty     Pierre-Paul    Kiwanuka      Jones       Boley     Webster   Phillips   Joseph (NT)      Rolle
@NE         Tuck        Joseph       Canty     Umenyiora      Kiwanuka    Grant (DB)    Boley     Webster    Ross        Phillips       Rolle
@SF         Tuck        Joseph       Canty     Umenyiora      Kiwanuka    Grant (DB)    Boley     Webster    Ross        Phillips       Rolle
PHI         Tuck        Joseph       Canty     Umenyiora      Kiwanuka    Grant (DB)   Herzlich   Webster    Ross        Phillips       Rolle
@NO
GB
@DAL
WAS
@Jets
DAL

OPP     Gameday Inactives
@WAS      Jernigan     Amukamara     Beckum      Petrus       Umenyiora    Brewer       Tuck
StL       Jernigan     Amukamara     Beckum      Petrus       Umenyiora    Brewer       Scott
@PHI    Manningham     Amukamara     Clayton     Petrus       Umenyiora    Brewer       Scott
@ARI      Clayton      Amukamara     Stokley     Petrus         Scott      Brewer       Tuck
SEA       Clayton      Amukamara     Jacobs      Petrus         Baas       Brewer       Tuck
BUF       Hynoski      Amukamara     Jacobs      Snee         Hendricks    Brewer       Tuck
MIA        Scott       Amukamara     Hynoski     Petrus       Hendricks    Brewer      Andrews
@NE      Bradshaw      Amukamara     Hynoski      Bass        Andrews      Brewer       Nicks
@SF       Jernigan     Amukamara    Bradshaw    Hynoski        Petrus     Hendricks    Brewer
PHI       Jernigan       Boley      Bradshaw    Hynoski         Petrus    Hendricks    Brewer
@NO
GB
@DAL
WAS
@Jets
DAL
                                HOW THE 2011 GIANTS WERE BUILT
                                                                                                            11/22/2011

YEAR          DRAFTEES (31)                      FREE AGENTS (36)                         TRADES/WAIVERS (4)
  2011 CB     Prince Amukamara (1)         T     Stacy Andrews (UFA-SEA)
       DT     Marvin Austin (2)+           C     David Baas (UFA-SEA)
       WR     Jerrell Jernigan (3)         CB    Brandon Bing (FA)*
       T      James Brewer (4)             RB    Andre Brown (FA)
       LB     Greg Jones (6a)              OL    Selvish Capers (FA)*
       S      Tyler Sash (6b)              QB    David Carr (FA)
       LB     Jacquian Williams (6c)       WR    Michael Clayton (FA)
       RB     Da'Rel Scott (7)             C     Jim Cordle (FA)
                                           LB    Mark Herzlich (FA)
                                           TE    Christian Hopkins (FA)*
                                           FB    Henry Hynoski (FA)
                                           DT    Jimmy Kennedy (FA)
                                           DE    Craig Marshall (FA)*
                                           S     Derrick Martin (FA)
                                           DT    Martin Parker (FA)+
                                           LB    Spencer Paysinger (FA)
                                           LB    Adrian Tracy (FA)*
                                           DE    Justin Trattou (FA)*
                                           CB    Justin Tryon (FA)+
                                           P     Steve Weatherford (FA)
                                           WR    Dan DePalma (FA)*
                                           WR    Chris Hogan (FA)*

  2010 DE     Jason Pierre-Paul (1)        TE    Jake Ballard (FA)
       DT     Chad Jones (3)#              DB    Michael Coe (FA)                   WR Devin Thomas (W-CAR)
       DT     Linval Joseph (2)            WR    Victor Cruz (FA)
       G      Mitch Petrus (5)             S     Deon Grant (UFA-SEA)
                                           TE    Bear Pascoe (FA)
                                           S     Antrel Rolle (FA)
                                           CB    Brian Witherspoon (FA)+

  2009 WR     Hakeem Nicks (1)             DT    Rocky Bernard (UFA-SEA)
       LB     Clint Sintim (2a)+           LB    Michael Boley (UFA-ATL)
       T      Will Beatty (2b)             DT    Chris Canty (UFA-DAL)
       WR     Ramses Barden (3a)           CB    Bruce Johnson (FA)+
       TE     Travis Beckum (3b)

  2008 S      Kenny Phillips (1)
       CB     Terrell Thomas (2)+
       WR     Mario Manningham (3)
       LB     Jonathan Goff (5)

  2007 CB Aaron Ross (1)                   DE Dave Tollefson (FA)                   WR Domenik Hixon (W-DEN)+
       LB Zak DeOssie (4)                  RB D.J. Ware (FA)                        PK Lawrence Tynes (T-KC)
       RB Ahmad Bradshaw (7b)

  2006 DE Mathias Kiwanuka (1)

  2005 CB Corey Webster (2)                T     Kareem McKenzie (UFA-NYJ)
       DE Justin Tuck (3)
       RB Brandon Jacobs (4)

 2004 G       Chris Snee (2)                                                        QB Eli Manning (T-SD)

 2003 DE Osi Umenyiora (2)
      T David Diehl (5)




* practice squad, ^reserve/pup, + injured reserve, #injured reserve/non-football injury
                                                 2011 GIANTS PLAYERS BY POSITION

                                                                                                                                              11/22/2011
QUARTERBACKS (2)                                    qb                               DEFENSIVE LINE (8)
No Name          Pos                     HT     WT Exp College                       No Name               Pos                HT    WT    Exp College
8  Carr, David   QB                      6-3    212 10 Fresno State                  71 Tollefson, Dave    DE                 6-4   266    5 NW Missouri St
10 Manning, Eli  QB                      6-4    218 8 Mississippi                    72 Umenyiora, Osi     DE                 6-3   255    9 Troy
                                                                                     73 Kennedy, Jimmy     DT                 6-4   302    9 Penn State
RUNNING BACKS (5)                                                                    90 Pierre-Paul, Jason DE                 6-5   278    2 South Florida
No Name            Pos HT WT Exp College                                             91 Tuck, Justin       DE                 6-5   268    7 Notre Dame
27 Jacobs, Brandon RB  6-4 264 7 So. Illinois                                        95 Bernard, Rocky     DT                 6-3   301    10 Texas A&M
28 Ware, D.J.      RB  6-0 225 5 Georgia                                             97 Joseph, Linval     DT                 6-4   323    2 East Carolina
33 Scott, Da'Rel   RB 5-11 210 R Maryland                                            99 Canty, Chris       DT                 6-7   317    7 Virginia
44 Bradshaw, Ahmad RB 5-10 214 5 Marshall
45 Hynoski, Henry  FB  6-1 266 R Pittsburgh                                          LINEBACKERS (7)
                                                                                     No Name                          Pos     HT    WT    Exp College
WIDE RECEIVERS (7)                                                                   53 Jones, Greg                   LB      6-0   248    R Michigan State
No Name              Pos                 HT     WT Exp College                       55 Paysinger, Spencer            LB      6-2   236    R Oregon
12 Jernigan, Jerrel  WR                  5-8    189 R Troy                           57 Williams, Jacquian            LB      6-3   224    R South Florida
13 Barden, Ramses    WR                  6-6    224 3 Cal Poly                       58 Herzlich, Mark                LB      6-4   246    R Boston College
15 Thomas, Devin     WR                  6-2    221 4 Michigan State                 59 Boley, Michael                LB      6-3   230    7 Southern Miss
80 Cruz, Victor      WR                  6-0    204 2 Massachusetts                  94 Kiwanuka, Mathias             LB      6-5   267    6 Boston College
82 Manningham, Mario WR                  6-0    185 4 Michigan
83 Clayton, Michael  WR                  6-3    202 8 LSU                            DEFENSIVE BACKS (9)
88 Nicks, Hakeem     WR                  6-1    208 3 North Carolina                 No Name              Pos HT WT Exp College
                                                                                     20 Amukamara, Prince CB 6-0 207 R Nebraska
TIGHT ENDS (3)                                                                       21 Phillips, Kenny   S   6-2 217 4 Miami (FL)
No Name                          Pos     HT     WT Exp College                       22 Martin, Derrick   DB 5-10 198 5 Wyoming
47 Beckum, Travis                TE      6-3    234 3 Wisconsin                      23 Webster, Corey    CB 6-0 200 7 LSU
85 Ballard, Jake                 TE      6-6    275 2 Ohio State                     26 Rolle, Antrel     S   6-0 206 6 Miami (FL)
86 Pascoe, Bear                  TE      6-5    283 3 Fresno State                   31 Ross, Aaron       CB 6-0 190 5 Texas
                                                                                     34 Grant, Deon       S   6-2 215 12 Tennessee
OFFENSIVE LINE (10)                                                                  37 Coe, Michael      DB 6-0 187 4 Alabama State
No Name             Pos                  HT     WT Exp College                       39 Sash, Tyler       S   6-0 215 R Iowa
62 Petrus, Mitch    G                    6-3    315 2 Arkansas
63 Cordle, Jim      C                    6-3    320 1 Ohio State                     SPECIALISTS (3)
64 Baas, David      C                    6-4    312 7 Michigan                       No Name                          Pos     HT    WT    Exp College
65 Beatty, Will     T                    6-6    319 3 Connecticut                    5  Weatherford, Steve            P       6-2   211    7 Illinois
66 Diehl, David     G                    6-5    304 9 Illinois                       9  Tynes, Lawrence               PK      6-1   194    8 Troy
67 McKenzie, Kareem T                    6-6    330 11 Penn State                    51 DeOssie, Zak                  LS      6-4   249    5 Brown
76 Snee, Chris      G                    6-3    305 8 Boston College
77 Boothe, Kevin    G                    6-5    320 6 Cornell
78 Andrews, Stacy   T                    6-6    318 9 Mississippi
79 Brewer, James    T                    6-6    330 R Indiana

COACHING STAFF                                     HEAD COACH: Tom Coughlin
Perry Fewell (Defensive Coordinator), Kevin Gilbride (Offensive Coordinator), Tom Quinn (Special Teams Coordinator), Jack Bicknell, Jr. (Assistant Offensive Line),
Pat Flaherty (Offensive Line), Kevin Gilbride, Jr. (Offensive Assistant), Peter Giunta (Secondary/Corners), Jim Herrmann (Linebackers), Al Holcomb (Defensive Assistant),
Jerald Ingram (Running Backs), Larry Izzo (Assistant Special Teams), Dave Merritt (Secondary/Safeties),Robert Nunn (Defensive Line), Jerry Palmieri (Strength
& Conditioning), Markus Paul (Assistant Strength & Conditioning), Michael Pope (Tight Ends), Sean Ryan (Wide Receivers), Mike Sullivan (Quarterbacks).
NEW YORK GIANTS / WEEK 11 / THROUGH MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2011
WON 6, LOST 4                                   * RUSHING                 No. Yds    Avg Long TD
09/11 L 14-28     at Washington          80,121 Bradshaw                 111 440     4.0 37    5
09/19 W 28-16     St. Louis              78,290 Jacobs                    90 274     3.0 15    3
09/25 W 29-16     at Philadelphia        69,144 Ware                      33   99    3.0 12    0
10/02 W 31-27     at Arizona             60,496 Scott                       3  16    5.3   8   0
10/09 L 25-36     Seattle                78,650 Cruz                        1    3   3.0   3   0
10/16 W 27-24     Buffalo                79,243 Manning                   25     0   0.0 12    1
10/30 W 20-17     Miami                  79,302 TEAM                     263 832     3.2 37    9
11/06 W 24-20     at New England         68,756 OPPONENTS                272 1230    4.5 80t 10
11/13 L 20-27     at San Francisco       69,732 * RECEIVING               No. Yds    Avg Long TD
11/20 L 10-17     Philadelphia           79,743 Cruz                      46 800 17.4 74t 5
11/28             at New Orleans                Nicks                     43 685 15.9 68       4
12/04             Green Bay                     Manningham                34 404 11.9 31       3
12/11             at Dallas                     Ballard                   27 443 16.4 41       3
12/18             Washington                    Bradshaw                  24 210     8.8 26    1
12/24             at New York Jets              Jacobs                    14 115     8.2 40t 1
01/01             Dallas                        Ware                      11   83    7.5 22    0
                       NY-G        Opp.         Pascoe                      7  86 12.3 22      0
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS           197         195     Hixon                       4  50 12.5 22t 1
  Rushing                    51          59     Barden                      3  37 12.3 15      0
  Passing                   129        123      Hynoski                     3  17    5.7   8   0
  Penalty                    17          13     Scott                       2  13    6.5   9   0
  3rd Down: Made/Att     47/131     51/141      Stokley                     1    7   7.0   7   0
  3rd Down Pct.              35.9        36.2   Beckum                      1    2   2.0   2   0
  4th Down: Made/Att        3/8       8/12      TEAM                     220 2952 13.4 74t 18
  4th Down Pct.              37.5        66.7   OPPONENTS                213 2623 12.3 68 12
POSSESSION AVG.           29:35      30:25      * INTERCEPTIONS          No. Yds    Avg Long TD
TOTAL NET YARDS            3646       3621      Webster                   4   55 13.8     25   0
  Avg. Per Game             364.6      362.1    Ross                      4   19    4.8   19   0
 Total Plays                637        655      Phillips                  2   19    9.5   13   0
  Avg. Per Play               5.7         5.5   Kiwanuka                  1    9    9.0    9   0
NET YARDS RUSHING           832       1230      Amukamara                 1    0    0.0    0   0
  Avg. Per Game              83.2      123.0    Grant                     1    0    0.0    0   0
  Total Rushes              263        272      Rolle                     1    0    0.0    0   0
NET YARDS PASSING          2814       2391      TEAM                     14 102     7.3   25   0
  Avg. Per Game             281.4      239.1    OPPONENTS                 9 151 16.8      94t 2
  Sacked/Yards Lost      19/138     31/232      * PUNTING          No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
  Gross Yards              2952       2623      Weatherford        55 2566 46.7 40.1 3 16 61 0
  Att./Completions     355/220     352/213      TEAM               55 2566 46.7 40.1 3 16 61 0
  Completion Pct.            62.0        60.5   OPPONENTS          48 2186 45.5 41.3 3 16 64 0
  Had Intercepted             9          14     * PUNT RETURNS         Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD
PUNTS/AVERAGE             55/46.7    48/45.5    Ross                    13 10 100     7.7 18 0
NET PUNTING AVG.          55/40.1    48/41.3    Cruz                     3 2     12   4.0 11 0
PENALTIES/YARDS          62/505     66/562      Hixon                    3 3     31 10.3 18 0
FUMBLES/BALL LOST          10/6       16/8      TEAM                    19 15 143     7.5 18 0
TOUCHDOWNS                   28          24     OPPONENTS               30 8 302 10.1 51 0
  Rushing                     9          10     * KICKOFF RETURNS        No. Yds    Avg Long TD
  Passing                    18          12     D. Thomas                21 498 23.7      40   0
  Returns                     1           2     Scott                     5 114 22.8      37   0
* SCORE BY PERIODS     Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS Ware                            2   17    8.5   17   0
TEAM                   48 61 31 88        0 228 Jernigan                  1   19 19.0     19   0
OPPONENTS              47 56 45 80        0 228 TEAM                     29 648 22.3      40   0
* SCORING       TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT     FG S PTS OPPONENTS                 27 626 23.2      42   0
Tynes            0 0 0 0 26/26 10/12 0 56 * FIELD GOALS              1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Bradshaw         6 5 1 0                  0 38 Tynes                 0/ 0 8/ 8 1/ 2 1/ 1 0/1
Cruz             5 0 5 0                  0 30 TEAM                  0/ 0 8/ 8 1/ 2 1/ 1 0/1
Jacobs           4 3 1 0                  0 26 OPPONENTS             0/ 0 8/ 9 5/ 6 4/ 4 2/2
Nicks            4 0 4 0                  0 24 Tynes: (38B)()()(30G)(26G)(26G,50B,23G)(25G,29G)
Ballard          3 0 3 0                  0 18 (22G)(23G,25G)(48G)
Manningham       3 0 3 0                  0 18 OPP: (39N)(21G,25G,27G)(21G,38G,21G)(27G,27G)
Boley            1 0 0 1                  0   6 (51G,43G)(49G)(40G)(27N,32G,45G)(36G,52G,39G,
Hixon            1 0 1 0                  0   6 28G)(33G)
Manning          1 1 0 0                  0   6
TEAM           28 9 18 1 26/26 10/12 0 228
OPPONENTS      24 10 12 2 23/23 19/21 1 228
2-Pt Conv: Bradshaw, Jacobs, TM 2-2,
OPP 1-1
SACKS: Pierre-Paul 10.5, Umenyiora 7,
Kiwanuka 3.5, Tollefson 3, Joseph 2, Tuck 2,
Boley 1, Canty 1, Grant 1, TM 31, OPP 19
FUM/LOST: Manning 6/3, Boothe 1/0,
Bradshaw 1/1, Cruz 1/1, Ross 1/1

* PASSING                 Att Cmp   Yds Cmp% Yds/Att   TD   TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating
Manning                   355 220   2952 62.0 8.32     18   5.1 9    2.5 74t 19/ 138     94.7
TEAM                      355 220   2952 62.0 8.32     18   5.1 9    2.5 74t 19/ 138     94.7
OPPONENTS                 352 213   2623 60.5 7.45     12   3.4 14   4.0 68    31/ 232   78.3
                                   2011 NEW YORK GIANTS DEFENSIVE/SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                                                (10 Games)

                                   DEFENSIVE TACKLES                                                                    SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES
PLAYER              ST     AT      TT TFL QHT S - YL INT - YR                 PD     FF    FR                PLAYER         TACKLES ASSISTS TOTAL
A. Rolle            53      9      62   2    0    0-0   1-0                    3      1     0                J. Williams        7       5     12
K. Phillips         46     14      60   1    1    0-0   2-19                   7      1     0                T. Sash            8       3     11
M. Boley            42     15      57   4    0    1-6   0-0                    2      1     3                D. Martin          7       3     10
M. Kiwanuka         43     14      57   8    6   3.5-28 1-9                    1      1     0                Z. DeOssie         5       1     6
J. Pierre-Paul      34     11      45  13    16 10.5-68 0-0                    4      1     0                M. Coe             5       1     6
D. Grant            27     10      37   1    2    1-10  1-0                    4      0     0                M. Herzlich        3       2     5
A. Ross             29      6      35   2    0    0-0   4-19                  10      0     0                S. Weatherford     4       0     4
C. Webster          29      5      34   0    0    0-0   4-55                  11      0     0                D. Grant           2       1     3
J. Williams         28      5      33   1    0    0-0   0-0                    2      0     2                S. Paysinger       2       1     3
C. Canty            19      7      26   8    2    1-5   0-0                    1      0     0                G. Jones           2       1     3
L. Joseph           16      8      24   3    4    2-15  0-0                    2      0     0                D. Thomas          1       1     2
G. Jones            20      3      23   1    0    0-0   0-0                    0      0     0                M. Boley           2       0     2
O. Umenyiora        14      8      22   5    7    7-51  0-0                    0      2     0                M. Kiwanuka        0       2     2
R. Bernard           9      7      16   0    0    0-0   0-0                    1      1     1                D. Tollefson       2       0     2
J. Tuck              9      6      15   3     5   2-24  0-0                    2      0     0                J. Tryon           2       0      2
D. Tollefson         6      4      10   1    3    3-26  0-0                    0      0     0                V. Cruz            1       0     1
S. Paysinger         5      0       5   0     0   0-0   0-0                    0      0     0                M. Clayton         1       0     1
P. Amukamara         5      0       5   0    0    0-0   1-0                    2      0     0                Totals             54      21    75
J. Kennedy           2      2       4   0     0   0-0   0-0                    0      0     0
M. Coe               4      0       4   1    0    0-0   0-0                    1      0     0                             SPECIAL TEAMS MISC.
M. Herzlich          2      2       4   0    0    0-0   0-0                    0      0     0                      D. Tollefson - 1 forced fumble vs. STL
T. Sash              1      1       2   0     0   0-0    0-0                   0      0     0                     D. Tollefson - 1 fumble recovery vs. STL
J. Trattou           0      1       1   0     0    0-0   0-0                   0      0     0                         T. Sash - 1 forced fumble at NE
B. Williams          1      0       1   0    0    0-0   0-0                    0      0     0                     S. Paysinger - 1 fumble recovery at NE
J. Tryon             1      0       1   0     0   0-0    0-0                   1      0     0
Totals              445    138     583 54    46 31-232 14-102                 54      8     6

KEY: ST - solo tackles, AT - assisted tackles, TT - total tackles, TFL - tackles for loss, QHT - quarterback hits, S - YL -
sacks and yards lost, INT- YR - interceptions and yards returned, PD - passes defensed, FF - forced fumbles, FR -
fumble recoveries.

SACKS (31) - J. Pierre-Paul (10.5) - 1 for 3 yards vs. Phi, 1 for 4 yards at NE, 1 for 0 yards vs. Mia, 1 for 9 yards vs.
Buf, 2 for 9 yards vs. Sea, 2 for 12 yards at Phi, .5 for 4 yards vs. STL, 2 for 26 yards at Was; O. Umenyiora (7) - 1 for
6 at SF, 1 for 10 yards vs. Mia, 1 for 10 vs. Buf, 2 for 10 yards vs. Sea, 2 for 15 yards at Ari; M. Kiwanuka (3.5) - 1.5
for 15 yards vs. Mia, 1 for 6 yards vs. Buf, 1 for 7 yards vs. Sea; D. Tollefson (3) - 2 for 10 yards at Ari, 1 for 16 yards
at Was; J. Tuck (2) - .5 for 5 yards vs. Mia, 1.5 for 19 vs. STL; L. Joesph (2) - 1 for 8 at SF, 1 for 7 yards vs. Mia,C.
Canty (1) - 1 for 5 yards at Was; D Grant (1) - 1 for 10 yards vs Sea; M Boley (1) - 1 for 6 yards at NE

INTERCEPTIONS (14): C. Webster (4) - 1 for 6 yards at SF, 1 for 14 yards vs. Mia, 2 for 25 yards vs. Buf; A. Ross (4) -
1 for 0 yards vs. Phi, 1 for 0 yards vs. Sea, 2 for 19 yards at Phi; K. Phillips (2) - 1 for 6 yards vs. Phi, 1 for 13 yards at
Phi; D. Grant (1) - 1 for 0 yards at NE; M. Kiwanuka (1) - 1 for 9 yards at NE; A. Rolle (1) - 1 for 0 yards at Ari; P.
Amukamara (1) - 1 for 0 yards vs. Phi.

                                         TURNOVER TABLE
                          TURNOVERS FORCED                                     TURNOVERS CONVERTED
                     Fumbles      INT       Total  TD's                      FG's  Total  Pct. Conv               Points
Giants                  8          14        22     5                         2      7      32%                     41
Opponent                6          9         15     5                         4      9      60%                     47

                                        PERFORMANCE INSIDE THE TWENTY
                    # of Times         Scores    Pct.    TD's   FG's  Points                     Total Pts. % of Total Pts
Giants                   31              27       87%     18     9     153                          228          70%
Opponent                 38              30       79%     18     12    162                          228          71%

				
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