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New York Giants @ San Francisco 49ers – ESPN, 8:15 PM
Manning getting the ball out quickly
Eli Manning‘s play falls off a cliff when he holds on to the ball for too long.
Beckham one of the best
Odell Beckham Jr. has continued to put up monster numbers this year, which cements his place among the league’s best.
Giants run defense is missing something
Giants’ former interior defensive lineman Damon Harrison was a force in the middle and will be a huge loss moving forward. In New York’s one game without Harrison, they allowed 1.2 yards more per attempt and also gave up another yard after contact per attempt.
Collins racking up the stops
Safety Landon Collins has been his usual self this season and ranks in the top-10 in total stops among safeties for the fourth straight year.
Mullens was great from a clean pocket in Week 9
Nick Mullens posted the fourth-highest passer rating from a clean pocket in Week 9.
Getting the ball out quickly
Nick Mullens did his damage last week by getting rid of the ball quickly.
Buckner racking them up
DeForest Buckner has produced the fourth-most pressures among interior defenders this year.
Sherman is still the gold standard
Richard Sherman continues to be in the upper echelon of players at the position.