Giant Franchise Records and the 2018 season

I decided to gather some data on Giant records and what current Giants are listed as approaching these records. I used the site https://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/career-rushing.htm for data. It lists the Giant career leaders as

All time passing – Eli Manning
All time rushing – Tiki Barber
All time receiving – Amani Toomer
All time scoring – Pete Gogolak

If Beckham continues to play as he has and remains a Giant he should surpass Toomer and maybe even has a shot to surpass Gogolak. Tiki’s records will be harder to break but maybe Barkley could be that guy. Eli has already set most Giants passing records.

Here are the records. For current Giants I show what they now have and then  a reasonable expectation for 2018 and what place that would move them into.

Interceptions
1st – Emlen Tunnell 74 interceptions
Landon Collins – 48th 8 interceptions (2 will up to 42nd)
Janoris Jenkins – 67th 6 interceptions (2 will up to 48th)

Pick six
1st – Emlen Tunnell, Dick Lynch, Jason Sehorn – 4 Pick 6
Janoris Jenkins – 9th 2 Pick 6 (1 will tie for 4th)
Landon Collins – 24th 1 Pick 6 (1 will tie for 9th)

Passes defensed
1st – Corey Webster (98 PD)
Landon Collins – 11th 28 PD (6 will move to 8th)
Janoris Jenkins – 12th 27 PD (9 will move to 8th)
Eli Apple – 28th 15 PD (8 will move to 18th)

Forced Fumbles
1st – Osi Umenyiora (32 FF)
Olivier Vernon – 29th 3 FF ( 2 will move to 18th)

Sacks
1st – Michael Strahan (141.5 Sacks)
Olivier Vernon – 21st 15 Sacks (6 will move to 15th)

Scoring
1st – K Pete Gogolak (646 points)
Odell Beckham – 24th 38 TDs (228 points) (10 TDs will move to 20th)
Aldrick Rosas – 86th 74 pts (74 points will move to 47th)
Sterling Shepard – 104th 10 TDs (8 TDs will move to 63rd)
Evan Engram – 149th 6 TDs (6 TDs will move to 91st)

Receiving Yards
1st – Amani Toomer (9,497 yards)
Odell Beckham – 11th 4,424 yds (1374 will move to 2nd)
Sterling Shepard – 42nd 1,414 yds (707 will move to 30th)
Evan Engram – 86th 722 yds (722 will move to 40th)

Catch % – WRs and TEs with over 100 career targets
1st – TE Larry Donnell (68.3%)
Sterling Shepard 65.6 – 4th
Odell Beckham 62.9 – 6th
Evan Engram 55.7 – 16th

Rushing Yards
1st – Tiki Barber (10,449 yards)
2nd – Rodney Hampton (6,897 yards)
3rd – Joe Morris (5,296 yards)
Wayne Gallman – 67th – 476 yds (476 will move to 44th)

Rookie Yards from Scrimmage
1st – WR Odell Beckham – 1340 yards
2nd – HB Alex Webster – 903 yards

Rookie Rushing Yards
1st – FB Tuffy Leemans (830 yards)

Yards from Scrimmage
1st – Tiki Barber (15,632 yards)

Rushing Yards per Attempt (RB/HB/TB/FB with minimum 100 career attempts)
Ward Cuff 1766 yards at 5.4/att
Derrick Ward 1750 yards at 5.1/att
Tiki Barber 10,449 yards at 4.7/att
Ahmad Bradshaw 4,232 yards at 4.6/att
Jarrod Bunch 629 yards at 4.6/att
Brandon Jacobs 5,087 yards at 4.5/att
Dave Meggett 1,228 yards at 4.5/att
David Wilson 504 yards at 4.4/att
Frank Gifford 3,609 yards at 4.3/att
Orleans Darkwa 1,036 yards at 4.3/att
Wayne Gallman 476 yards at 4.3/att

Passing Completion % (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Eli Manning – 59.8%

Passing Yards
1st – Eli Manning – 51,682

Passing touchdowns
1st – Eli Manning – 339

TD % (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Charlie Conerly (6.1 %)
2nd – Fran Tarkenton (5.4 %)
3rd – Eli Manning (4.3 %)

Interception % (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Kerry Collins (2.8 %)
2nd – Eli Manning (3.1 %)

Passing Yards per Attempt (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Fran Tarkenton (7.3 yds)
2nd – Phil Simms (7.2 yds)
3rd – Eli Manning (7.0 yds)

Adjusted Passing Yards per Attempt (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Fran Tarkenton (6.7 yds)
2nd – Phil Simms (6.5 yds)
3rd – Eli Manning (6.5 yds)

Yards per Pass Completion (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Charlie Conerly (13.7 yds)
2nd – Fran Tarkenton (13.2 yds)
3rd – Phil Simms (13.0 yds)
4th – Eli Manning (11.7 yds)

Yards per game played (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Eli Manning (239.3 yds)

Quarterback Rating (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Eli Manning (83.5)

Net Yards per pass attempt (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Eli Manning (6.35 yds)

Adjusted net yards per attempt (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Eli Manning (5.90 yds)

Sack % (Min 1500 pass attempts)
1st – Eli Mnaning (4.6%)

4th Quarter Comebacks
1st – Eli Manning (26)

Game winning drives
1st – Eli Manning (35)

Looking forward to the season. It will be interesting to see how some Giants move up the leader board and if Barkley could set a Giant rookie season record.

On a side note when researching this post I was amazed at the number of interceptions that Emlen Tunnell had. I read up on Tunnell and recommend reading his Wikipedia page for an interesting read.

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