I did some research the past couple of days on games that the Giants won while scoring 10 or less points.
This past week's 10-7 win was the 49th time the Giants have done so. That's pretty rare when you consider this is the Giants 99th season of football.
In fact, it's extremely rare.
The Giants have played 1,399 regular season games since 1925 (they've also played 51 post season games but they don't apply here) so the 49 victories where they scored 10 points or less has only occurred 3.5% of the time, and 6.8% of their 719 wins.
Obviously, many of those games took place during the pre-WWII Single Wing era of football. The 10 points or less victories drop off significantly in the modern era (which I define as 1949 when pro football permanently adopted the two-platoon system and most of the league had evolved to the Pro-T formation).
Between the years 1949-1969 the Giants won nine games scoring 10 points or less.
Since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger (a much longer span of time with many more games played over longer seasons) there have also been nine victories with the Giants scoring 10 or fewer points.
11/13/77 at Tampa Bay 10-0
12/6/81 vs LA Rams 10-7 (an insanely windy day at Giants Stadium)
11/21/93 at Philadelphia 7-3 (one of only four games the Giants have won in the modern era scoring seven points or less)
11/30/95 at Arizona 10-6
12/3/00 at Washington 9-7 (three Brad Daluiso FGs)
9/25/02 vs Seattle 9-6 (three Matt Bryant FGs)
12/28/02 vs Philadelphia 10-7 OT
12/11/16 vs Dallas 10-7
11/26/23 vs New England 10-7
My personal favorite was the '93 win at Philly. Phil Simms hit Mark Jackson on a 26-yard TD pass on the first play of the 4th quarter with a beautiful pump-fake that suckered Eagle CB Eric Allen. The defense made sure it held up.