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5 key stats from the Ravens-Giants game

Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston talks about the Ravens 27-23 loss to the New York Giants. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video)

2 — Touchdowns for Terrance West. It's the first career multi-TD game for the third-year running back, and the first multi-TD game for a Ravens runner since Justin Forsett on Nov. 24, 2014.

6 — All six of the Ravens' games have been decided by six points or fewer. The Ravens have outscored their opponents by two points on aggregate.

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38 — Rushing yards for the Giants. It's the fewest the Ravens have allowed in a regular-season loss in franchise history. They did allow fewer (14) in the playoff loss to the Patriots two seasons ago.

222 — Receiving yards for Odell Beckham Jr. It's Beckham's first game with more than 200 receiving yards in his 33-game career.

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230 — Combined penalty yards. The Ravens had 15 penalties for 111 yards; the Giants had seven penalties for 119 yards, including two long pass interference calls for 72 of those yards.

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