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Team Averages

TEAM OFFENSETMPER GAME AVERAGE
Total YardsNYG
 
 331.4
NE
 
 411.3
Yards PassingNYG
 
 197.1
NE
 
 295.7
Yards RushingNYG
 
 134.3
NE
 
 115.6
TEAM DEFENSETMPER GAME AVERAGE
Yards AllowedNYG
 
 305.0
NE
 
 288.3
Pass Yds AllowedNYG
 
 207.3
NE
 
 190.1
Rush Yds AllowedNYG
 
 97.7
NE
 
 98.3

More Team Stats: New York | New England

Gameday Matchup

WLTPFPADIVCON
NYG106023.3223-3-07-5-0
NE160036.8176-0-012-0-0

H2H Matchups (Since 2001)

New England leads 2-1
Dec 29, 2007NE 38, @NYG 35
Oct 12, 2003@NE 17, NYG 6

Featured Comment

    The MVP should have been from someone from the D. They are the reason why the GMen won.

  • — bears3409

Giants 17, Patriots 14

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