November 28, 2011; New Orleans, LA, USA; New York Giants center David Baas (64) lines up across from New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Sedrick Ellis (98) during the second quarter of a game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

By the Numbers: New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

For Sunday’s matchup between the New Orleans Saints and the New York Giants, here are where each team ranks on offense and defense.

New Orleans Saints Offense

Overall:  386.4 ypg(Ranked #6)

Passing:  294.2 ypg(Ranked #3)

Rushing:  92.2 ypg(Ranked #27)

New York Giants Offense

Overall:  371.2 ypg(Ranked #10)

Passing:  256.3 ypg(Ranked #9)

Rushing:  114.8 ypg(Ranked #15)

New Orleans Saints Defense

Overall:  440.5 ypg(Ranked #32)

Passing:  286.7 ypg(Ranked #30)

Rushing:  153.8 ypg(Ranked #32)

New York Giants Defense

Overall:  366.9 ypg(Ranked #22)

Passing:  245.2 ypg(Ranked #22)

Rushing:  121.8 ypg(Ranked #21)


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  • louisianakid1954

    This is where the Saints offensive & defensive sides must play they best with no mistakes.