Facts & Figures about the next two opponents
The Giant Insider|October 2020
Facts & Figures about the next two opponents
BEHIND THE NUMBERS
John Gidley

The Giants’ next two games are at home against the defending NFC champion San Francisco 49ers, and in Los Angeles against the Rams. Below are a few statistical observations of both teams.

Week 3

After two disappointing seasons to start his 49ers tenure, everything clicked for Kyle Shanahan last season. With a healthy Jimmy Garoppolo, and with rookie Nick Bosa reinvigorating the defense, San Francisco took no prisoners last season, finishing the regular season with 13 wins for the first time in eight years. The offense scored the second-most points in the NFL, and the defense allowed the eighth fewest. They won their first seven games by a combined score of 207-77.

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October 2020