With game day nearing, we delve into the scouting report to break down the Giants' Week 14 opponent: the Miami Dolphins.
Here are some numbers that tell the story about the 'Fins, including how they have fared so far in the 2015 season and the Giants' history against them…
1: RB Lamar Miller has carried the ball 20 times in a game only 1 time this season - last week against Baltimore - rushing for 113 yards in a 15-13 Miami victory.
2: The Giants placed 2 players on injured reserve this weekend - TE Larry Donnell and long snapper Zak DeOssie. Donnell suffered a neck injury on Nov. 1 in New Orleans, while DeOssie is set to miss his first game in eight years.
3: The Dolphins have allowed the 3rd-most yards per game rushing in the NFL, behind only the Saints (1st) and Browns (2nd), this season. Opponents have racked up more than 100 yards on the ground against the Dolphins in three of the last five games and seven of 12 games on the season.
5: WR Odell Beckham Jr. is the first receiver in Giants history to record 5 consecutive games of 100 receiving yards. The last NFL player to do so was Denver's Demaryius Thomas, who had seven in 2014.
6: Dolphins DE Olivier Vernon is the 6th-rated edge defender, according to Pro Football Focus. He is one notch above Giants DE Robert Ayers, who's rated at No. 7.
7: Beckham Jr. shares the NFL lead with 7 100-yard receiving games this season. Steelers WR Antonio Brown and Jets WR Brandon Marshall also have seven.
10: The Dolphins are 10-0 over the past two seasons when Miller carries the ball 24 times or more.
14: Since the start of the 2014 season, Beckham Jr. has 14 games with 100 or more receiving yards. Only Brown has more with 15.
15: Dolphins rookie WR Da'Vante Parker has been targeted 15 times over the past two games after being targeted eight times through the first 11 weeks of the season. Parker turned those 15 targets into seven receptions for a combined 143 yards and two touchdowns.
17: The Giants and Dolphins are ranked 17th in the NFL in average passing yards per attempt. Both QB Eli Manning and QB Ryan Tannehill are averaging 7.1 yards per throw.
20: Miami ranks 20th in the NFL in sacks this season with 26. Of those 26 sacks, 25 have come while Dan Campbell has been the team's interim coach.
27: The Dolphins rank 27th in the NFL in yards allowed per game (390.3). They have allowed opponents to rack up 300 yards or more in all but one game this season. The Giants rank 31st in the same category.
29: Miami ranks 29th in total offense this season. The Dolphins average 326.2 yards per game and have totaled 300 yards of offense only twice in the past six games.