The Giants dropped to 5-5 after a 27-26 loss at the hands of the 9-0 Patriots Sunday.
Here are some numbers to help tell the story of the game:
1: Stephen Gostkowski nailed his game-winning 54-yard field goal with 1 second remaining. For the second time in the past three games, the Giants were beaten on a field goal with one second or less left. In New Orleans two weeks ago, Kai Forbath kicked a 50-yarder as time expired.
2: The Giants have lost 2 games by 1 point this year. The Giants lost their season opener to Dallas, 27-26, too. That marked the first time the Giants have lost two one-point game since 2001.
3: Eli Manning's 87-yard touchdown to Odell Beckham Jr. on the Giants' opening drive marked the 3rd time the team scored on its opening possession. The Giants are 0-3 this season when they score on their opening drive and 22-17 all-time under Tom Coughlin in such series.
7: The Giants snapped their 7-game winning streak against AFC East teams. That streak included two Super Bowl wins over New England. The Patriots were the last AFC East team to beat the Giants back in the 2007 regular-season finale.
8: The Giants rushed for 80 yards, marking the 8th time in 10 games the team has failed to rush for more than 100 yards.
9: Four of the Giants' five losses have come by a total of 9 points.
10: The Patriots trailed 20-10 in the third quarter. The 10-point deficit was the largest Patriots deficit of the season.
10: Manning's touchdown to Beckham was his 20th of the season. Manning has 10 seasons of throwing 20 or more touchdown passes. The only other quarterbacks to accomplish that are brother Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Brady, Dan Marino and Drew Brees.
12: Beckham's 104 yards receiving gave him his 12th career 100-yard receiving game. He has three in a row and five on the season.
17: The Giants dropped to 7-21 against defending Super Bowl champions. The Giants have not beaten a defending champion in 17 years. Their last win came on Dec. 13, 1998 against the Broncos.
54: Gostkowski's 54-yard field goal was the longest game-winning kick against the Giants since Nov. 13, 2013. In that game, Green Bay's Mason Cosby connected on a 57-yarder.