SAN FRANCISCO — Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw for 201 yards and two touchdowns as the Giants beat the San Francisco 49ers 24-17 on Saturday night, setting up a playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams.
Manning, who has thrown for 4,200 yards in his last six games, was 2-for-3 passing with two interceptions and one touchdown in the win over the Niners.
The Giants (8-5) are in a wild-card playoff spot.
Eli Manning passed for 197 yards and a touchdown on 28-of-40 passing with one interception in the Giants’ win over San Francisco.
“It’s a good game, a good feeling,” Manning said.
“We had a great week and we were able to get the wins and move forward.”
Manning was named the NFL Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts in Week 14.
He was the first player to do it in three consecutive weeks.
Manziel was 0 for 2 on third downs with two picks and a fumble.
He threw for a touchdown for the first time this season.
The 49ers (5-7) had lost two straight to win their past two games.
They were without their No. 1 cornerback Tramaine Brock, who left with an injury.
San Francisco led 20-7 early in the third quarter but didn’t score until a 23-yard field goal by Alex Smith from 31 yards out with 1:15 left in the fourth quarter.
Brock was taken to the locker room with a left shoulder injury in the first half.
San Francisco has won three straight in the series.
Smith completed 14 of 26 passes for 186 yards and three touchdowns in the loss.
The first-year quarterback completed a pass to Eric Decker for 21 yards and ran for a 2-yard score to make it 24-7.
Manuel was sacked twice and intercepted twice for 49 points.
The second interception came after San Francisco had gained a touchdown with 6:34 left in regulation.
San Jose finished with 18 first downs in the game and had 17 drives of 10 or more yards, with the longest coming on a 26-yard drive with 2:42 left in overtime.
It was the second time this year the 49ers have lost by seven points or more.
San Fran had 17 first downs but didn�t score for the third straight game.
San Diego had nine first downs and converted one fourth-and-4 play for a first down.
It later had a 19-yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz with 4:18 remaining.
SanDiego scored the first touchdown on a 21-yard run by Kendall Hunter.
It tied the score with 4 minutes, 30 seconds remaining in the half.
The Niners led 14-7 on a 28-yard pass from Cruz to Michael Crabtree with 1 minute, 44 seconds left in their first half and then had a first-and.45 to start the second quarter.
Crabtree hit Deion Sanders for a 7-yard TD pass to make the score 19-7 at the start of the third.
SanFrancisco moved to 2-0 after a 13-play, 70-yard first half with two touchdowns on two drives.
They also had two first downs on their next three drives and then drove for a fourth-quarter touchdown to take a 30-10 lead.
It was San Francisco�s fourth-straight win at Levi’s Stadium, the first of three straight for the Ninos.
San Diego has won two straight games over the 49er, dating back to Week 2.