New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham


The New Orleans Saints will be looking to snap a two-game losing streak on Sunday afternoon, when they travel to take on the New York Giants, in an NFC match-up.

New Orleans was last in action on Thursday, November 29, when they fell to the Atlanta Falcons, 23-13, to drop to 5-7 on the year, while New York, who has lost three of their last four, lost to the Washington Redskins, 17-16, on Monday night, to fall to 7-5.

The Saints are led on offense by quarterback Drew Brees, who has thrown for 3,674 yards, and 31 touchdowns this year, while the Giants are paced by quarterback Eli Manning, who has thrown for 3,170 yards, along with 16 touchdowns.

Offensively, New Orleans ranks sixth in the NFL, averaging 386.4 yards-per-game, while New York ranks tenth, averaging 371.2.

Defensively, the Giants rank 22nd, allowing 366.9 yards-per-game, while the Saints rank last, giving up 440.5 yards a contest.

New York leads the all-time series between the two franchises, 14-12, but New Orleans won, 49-24, a season ago.

Kick-off time is scheduled for 3:25 pm.