G Chris Snee (concussion) practiced in full, while CB Prince Amukamara (foot), LB Michael Boley (knee), RB Henry Hynoski (neck), RB Brandon Jacobs (knee), DE Justin Tuck (groin, neck), DE Osi Umenyiora (knee) were limited.
"It doesn’t matter who we are playing or what their record is, our next best challenge is the next team on your schedule, no matter what their record is. Any given Sunday, anything can happen. Everybody is professional, everybody is good and anybody can win. They haven’t put it together yet but that doesn’t say that they are not going to be prepared and come out here and work hard to put their best foot forward. We have to do exactly the same and match their intensity and even be greater at that. We will get the W if we do those things and take care." - CB Corey Webster on overlooking the Dolphins
"He’s been practicing so it’s good to get him back here in the flow of things. Obviously guys are playing well right now, but it does give you another body and another guy who knows the offense. He’ll be good to go and [we’ll] figure out a way to use him." - QB Eli Manning on WR Ramses Barden
"Physically, I am just trying to get the timing down. I haven’t lined up across from someone in a couple months so I am just trying to get acclimated to that speed." - CB Prince Amukamara on trying to catch up in practice
- The Dolphins were outscored 18-0 in the final 2:44 of the fourth quarter and overtime in an 18-15 loss to the Broncos last week. Their 15-point advantage was tied for the second largest fourth-quarter blown lead In a defeat in franchise history. In 2000, Miami squandered a 23-point fourth quarter lead against the Jets en route to a 40-37 overtime loss.
- After their 27-24 win against Buffalo in Week Six, the Giants are off to a 4-2 start. It's the eighth consecutive six-game start of 4-2 or better for New York, the longest active streak in the NFL. The Patriots are currently second with six straight seasons of 4-2 or better.
- The Dolphins and Giants meet for only the seventh time ever this Sunday, with New York holding a 4-2 edge in wins. The two teams did not play each other at all from 1973-89. In the six games, neither team has scored more than 23 points against the other.
- Eli Manning has started every game at quarterback for the Giants since November 21, 2004 (109 straight regular-season games). During that same time frame, Miami has used 12 different starting quarterbacks. Chad Henne's 31 starts are the most among the 12 Dolphins starters.
- In the Giants Week Six win over the Bills, Ahmad Bradshaw had three rushing touchdowns of 1-yard. He is the second Giants player since 1950 to have three 1-yard TD runs in one game. Ottis Anderson had three for New York against the Cardinals in 1988.
- Despite the 0-6 start, the Dolphins have scored first in five of those games this season, tied for the second most in the NFL. Overall, NFL teams are 61-42 (.592) when scoring first this season.