The New York Giants remained on top of the NFC East with a 32-18 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Here are the numbers that tell the story:
0: For the second week in a row, the Giants recorded 0 sacks. Last week, Dree Brees remained upright despite 50 dropbacks. This time around, Jameis Winston was clean after 36 dropbacks.
1: The Giants punted only 1 time in the game. The last time that happened was on Nov. 7, 2010, in a 41-7 victory at Seattle.
2: Cornerback Trevis Wade registered the first 2 career fumble recoveries of his career Sunday. Wade recovered a fumble on the first series of the third quarter, then earned his second on the final play of the game, which resulted in a touchdown.
3: This was the 3rd time this season the Giants did not allow a sack. The offensive line also held up against Washington and San Francisco.
4: Wade's late touchdown marked the 4th Giants defensive touchdown of the season. Last year, the Giants had only defensive score.
5: The Giants won their 5th consecutive contest against Tampa Bay and the fourth in a row in regular-season play. The last time the Giants lost to the Bucs was in 2003. They have won meetings in 2006, 2009, 2012 and in the 2007 NFC Wild Card game.
9: Odell Beckham Jr. hauled in a season-high 9 receptions for 105 yards. The nine catches for the most for Beckham since he had 12 in the 2014 regular-season finale against Philadelphia.
12: With the win, coach Tom Coughlin ascended into 12th place all-time on the NFL's career win list. The win, the 101st as coach of the Giants and 169th of his career, vaulted Coughlin ahead of Mike Shanahan.
13: Josh Brown finished with four field goals, marking the 13th time in his Giants career he kicked at least three fields goal in a game and the fifth time he connected on at least four. Brown also had four field goals against Dallas on Sept. 13.
21: Beckham's nine catches brought his total to 150 in 21 career games. Beckham now holds the NFL record for fewest games needed to reach 150 catches, breaking Anquan Boldin's previous mark of 25.
63: Making his season debut, Jason Pierre-Paul participated in 63 percent of the Giants' defensive snaps (46 of 63 snaps). Pierre-Paul was credited with two solo tackles and two quarterback hits.
68: Jameis Winston connected with Mike Evans for a 68-yard play on the Bucs' second possession. That was the longest play allowed by the Giants defense this season. Last week, Drew Brees' 53-yard pass to Marques Colston marked the longest play the Giants defense had allowed in 2015.
96: The win marked Eli Manning's 96th as the Giants' quarterback, which is a new franchise record. Previously, he was in a tie with Phil Simms for 95. Simms amassed 95 wins in 15 seasons from 1979-93. Manning is in his 12th season.