They won the time of possession battle, holding the ball for 32 minutes, even though they had the same amount of possessions as Miami (10 - which is incredibly low in this day and age).
They stopped the Dolphins on their last five possessions: forcing them to punt four times and ending the game with a Corey Webster interception.
QB Eli Manning threw for 349 yards but did not have a completion over 26 yards (the TD pass to Victor Cruz).
Manning threw the ball 45 times, completing 31 of them to eight different receivers. The Giants ran the ball only 23 times. When was the last time they threw the ball twice as much as they ran it in a game? Anyone...?
The Giants were 50% on third down conversions (8-16) and 0-1 on fourth down, but that was a 4th and 9 situation in No Man's Land on their first possession.
For the first time this season, the top three tacklers were the LBs: Kiwanuka 7, Boley 6 and Jones 5.
The Giants average starting drive position was their own 31 yard line. The Dolphins average position was their own 23. Two words for that: Steve Weatherford, who averaged 46.8 yards on four punts.
The Giants made 22 first downs - 19 through the air and only two on the ground. Who are these guys?