The New York Giants suffered their third loss in as many games and continue their late-season plummet in the NFC East standings.
The Giants were on top against their crosstown rivals for much of the afternoon on Sunday, but fell 23-20 in overtime.
Here are some numbers that help tell the story between the Giants and Jets:
1: The Giants did not score a touchdown in the second half of the game, which marked the 1st time this season they did not score in the second half of a game.
4: For the 4th time this season, the Giants lost a game after leading by at least 10 points in the fourth quarter. They led the Cowboys, Falcons and Saints in the fourth quarter but wound up losing those games.
4: For the 4th time this season, the Giants lost a game after leading at halftime. They also led at Dallas, against Atlanta and New England before losing those games as well.
5: The Giants' winning streak against the Jets ended at 5 games. The last time the Giants had lost to the Jets was Oct. 31, 1993.
5: Odell Beckham Jr. notched his 5th consecutive game with at least 100 receiving yards. He is the first Giants player to ever do that in one season. Beckham led the team with 6 receptions for 149 yards, including a 72-yard touchdown.
6: Beckham's 6 catches pushed his career total to 169. That's the highest total number of receptions by an NFL player in their first two seasons. The previous mark was held by Saints receiver Marques Colston, who had 168 catches in 2006-07.
12: This was the first Giants-Jets game to go into overtime in 12 years. The last contest between the two New York football teams to go into overtime was on Nov. 2, 2003.
29: Josh Brown kicked 20- and 35-yard field goals to extend his Giants record on 29 consecutive made field goals. However, Brown missed a potential game-tying field goal from 48 yards out in overtime.
46: The Giants are 46-46 since the opening of MetLife Stadium at the start of the 2010 season.