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2022 Commanders home game preview | New York Giants

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The Washington Commanders will have nine home games as part of the 2022 schedule, and Commanders.com will be breaking down each contest ahead of the release on NFL Network at 8 p.m. ET. on Thursday. Here's everything you need to know about the New York Giants:

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ALL-TIME SERIES

  • Washington and New York have met twice in the playoffs -- 1943 and 1987 -- and have split the contests. Washington defeated New York, 28-0, in the teams' first postseason matchup.
  • Washington swept New York during the 2021 season, with one victory coming in dramatic fashion on Thursday Night Football, 30-29.
  • Having met New York 178 times, the Giants are Washington's most common opponent, with the first matchup coming in 1932.
  • Washington defeated New York 11 consecutive times between 1971 and 1976.
  • Memorable moment: Nov. 27, 1966: Washington scored seven touchdowns and forced six turnovers in a 72-41 victory over New York.
  • New York leads the all-time regular season series, 104-70-4.

TEAM LEADERS (2021)

  • Passing Yards -- QB Daniel Jones (2,428)
  • Passing TDs -- QB Daniel Jones (10)
  • Rushing Yards -- RB Devontae Booker (593)
  • Rushing TDs -- RB Devontae Booker, RB Saquon Barkley, QB Daniel Jones (2)
  • Receiving Yards -- WR Kenny Golladay (521)
  • Receiving TDs -- TE Evan Engram (3)
  • Tackles -- LB Tae Crowder (130)
  • Sacks -- LB Azeez Ojulari (8)
  • Interceptions -- S Xavier McKinney (5)

2021 RANKINGS

  • Total offense -- 31st (287.3)
  • Scoring offense -- 31st (15.2)
  • Passing offense -- 31st (188.0)
  • Rushing offense -- 24th (99.3)
  • Sacks allowed -- T-15th (38)
  • Third-down offense -- 24th (36.5%)
  • Total defense -- 21st (354.8)
  • Scoring defense -- 23rd (24.5)
  • Passing defense -- 15th (225.8)
  • Rushing defense -- 25th (129.0)
  • Sacks -- T-22nd (34)
  • Third-down defense -- 16th (39.8%)
  • Time of possession -- 27th (28:24)
  • Turnover differential -- 26th (-8)

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