43 Facts About New York Football Giants

1. New York Football Giants were a real case of haves and have-nots in 2018 on the offensive line.

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2. The New York Football Giants should look for a quarterback close to ready to compete in case they fail to bring in Bridgewater or he proves uncapable of returning to form.

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3. The New York Football Giants might not be finished with Eli Manning yet, even if they look to this year's draft for his eventual replacement.

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4. New York Football Giants are in a holding pattern after finishing their internal evaluations amid preparations for free agency and the draft.

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5. New York Football Giants said they would embark on an evaluation process spearheaded by Gettleman and coach Pat Shurmur that could lead to someone other than Manning being their starter in 2019.

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6. The New York Football Giants enjoyed some of their finest seasons during the Owen years.

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7. The New York Football Giants clinched a 10 win season for the first time since 2010 with their Week 15 win over the Detroit Lions.

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8. In that span, the New York Football Giants improved from their last two season.

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9. The New York Football Giants rebounded their rocky start and went on a 6 game winning streak for the first time since 2010 which lasted from Week 6 to Week 13.

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10. New York Football Giants won their first five games in 2009, but lost their next four.

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11. In 2007, the New York Football Giants made the playoffs for the third consecutive season.

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12. New York Football Giants were unable to build on their Super Bowl appearance.

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13. New York Football Giants hired former Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator Jim Fassel as their head coach before the 1997 season.

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14. The New York Football Giants recovered to win their last six games of the season, but missed the playoffs.

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15. New York Football Giants set a Super Bowl record for time of possession with a mark of 40:33, and Ottis Anderson was named MVP of the game after rushing for 102 yards and a touchdown.

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16. The New York Football Giants held the 49ers' vaunted offense to seven points, but scored just three themselves.

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17. New York Football Giants won their first 10 games of the 1990 season, setting a record for the best start in the team's history.

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18. In 1987, the New York Football Giants lost their first two games before the players strike.

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19. The New York Football Giants had a resurgent season, highlighted by a second-half stretch where they won five of six games.

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20. New York Football Giants acquired University of Michigan All-American quarterback Harry Newman and versatile free agent halfback Ken Strong before the 1933 season.

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21. New York Football Giants played their first game against All New Britain in New Britain, Connecticut on October 5, 1925.

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22. New York Football Giants were founded in 1925 by original owner Tim Mara with an investment of $500.

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23. New York Football Giants registered just two winning seasons from 1964 to 1980 and were unable to advance to the playoffs.

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24. The New York Football Giants traded to acquire Manning after the Chargers selected him with the No 1 overall pick.

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25. New York Football Giants have to make the decision to stick with two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning and guarantee him the starting job or to release Manning and save $17 million in 2019 salary cap space.

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26. New York Football Giants were carried on the DuMont Network, then CBS in the early TV days of the NFL, when home games were blacked out within a 75-mile radius of New York City.

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27. New York Football Giants was replaced by Sid Rosenberg, who was in turn fired by the station due to troubles and replaced by Chris Carlin.

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28. New York Football Giants have maintained a fierce divisional rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys since the Cowboys first began play in 1960.

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29. New York Football Giants have an old and storied rivalry with the Redskins, dating back to 1932.

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30. The New York Football Giants were in dire financial straits until the 11th game of the season when Red Grange and the Chicago Bears came to town, attracting over 73,000 fans.

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31. New York Football Giants have won five NFC Championship Games, including two in overtime in 2007 and 2011.

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32. The New York Football Giants turned it around in 2016, ending their five-year playoff drought.

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33. New York Football Giants replaced Tom Coughlin, who had resigned the previous week.

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34. On January 14, 2016, the New York Football Giants announced that Ben McAdoo would become the team's head coach.

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35. In 2004, the New York Football Giants completed a draft day trade for University of Mississippi quarterback Eli Manning.

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36. In 2000, the New York Football Giants were looking to make the playoffs for the first time in three seasons.

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37. In 1997, the New York Football Giants named Jim Fassel, who had spent the previous season as offensive coordinator of the Arizona Cardinals, as their 16th head coach.

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38. In 1979, the New York Football Giants began the steps that would, in time, return them to the pinnacle of the NFL.

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39. New York Football Giants were allowed to play their home games at the Yale Bowl in New Haven, Connecticut in 1973 and 1974, and at Shea Stadium in 1975, due to the renovation of Yankee Stadium.

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40. The New York Football Giants played the Detroit Lions to a scoreless tie on November 7, 1943.

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41. In December 1930, the New York Football Giants played a team of Notre Dame All Stars at the Polo Grounds to raise money for the unemployed of New York City.

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42. New York Football Giants played their first game as an away game against All New Britain in New Britain, Connecticut, on October 4, 1925.

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43. New York Football Giants were one of five teams that joined the NFL in 1925, and is the only one of that group still existing, as well as the league's longest-established team in the Northeastern United States.

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