The New York Giants lost their stranglehold on first place in the NFC East by falling 20-14 to Washington Sunday at FedEx Field.
The Giants have dropped two in a row and and have split their series with Washington. More importantly, at 5-6, both they and the Redskins are sitting atop the NFC East standings.
Here are more important numbers from Sunday's loss at Washington:
3: For the 3rd time this season, the Giants failed to earn a takeaway. They failed to do so against Atlanta and San Francisco, and now Washington. They are 1-2 when they force zero turnovers.
3: Eli Manning matched a season-high with 3 interceptions. It was the most interceptions Manning has thrown in a game since throwing 5 against San Francisco in 2014.
5: The Giants had won 5 in a row against Washington before Sunday's loss. They had last lost to the Redskins on Dec. 3, 2012 by a score of 17-16.
8: DeSean Jackson had two catches for 66 yards and a touchdown against the Giants. Jackson has 8 career touchdowns against the Giants as a member of both the Eagles and Redskins between rushing, receiving and via returns.
9: The Giants have lost road contests against all three divisional opponents for the first time in 9 years. They last lost to Dallas, Philadelphia and Washington on the road in 2006.
17: The Giants have lost 17 games after a bye week and are 10-17 all-time. They have lost each of the last two years after the bye. Previously, the Giants had won six in a row from 2008 to 2013.
17: The Giants trailed 17-0 at halftime, which was their largest halftime deficit of the season.
24: The Giants held the ball for 24 minutes Sunday, their third-lowest time of possession on the season. They only held the ball less in their two previous meetings with Dallas.