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    New York Giants Franchise Information

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    Established:1925 
    Stadium:MetLife Stadium 
    Colours:Blue, red, white & navy 
    Hall of Famers:Ken Strong, Micheal Strahan, Andy Robustelli, Steve Owen, Hugh McElhenny, Don Maynard, Alponse Leemans, Sam Huff, Morton Anderson, Morris (Red) Bargo, Roosevelt Brown,Harry Carson, Larry Csonka, Benny Friedman, Frank Gifford, Joe Goyen, Mel Hein, Wilbur (Pete) Henry, Arnie Herber, Lawernce Taylor, Jim Thorpe, Y.A Tittle, Emlen Tummel, Kurt Warner & Arnie Weinmeister 
    Hall of Fame Coaches:Bill Parcells 
    Rivals:Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Football Team, Dallas Cowboys, San Francisco 49ers & New York Jets 
    Legends:Lawrence Taylor, Eli Manning, Rosey Brown, Mel Hein, Emlen Tummel, Michael Strahan, Harry Carson, Andy Robustelli, Frank Gifford & Sam Huff 
    Retired Numbers:1, 4, 7, 11, 14, 16, 31, 40, 42, 50 & 56 
    Conference: NFC 
    Super Bowl Championships:4: 1986, 1990, 2007 & 2011
    Conference Championships:5: 1986, 1990, 2000, 2007 & 2011
    2020 Record:6-10
    1st 2021 Draft Pick:#20 – Kadarius Toney (traded from Chicago Bears)
    2021 Power Ranking:21

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    New York Giants History

    The New York Giants are the league’s longest standing team in the northwest of the United States after being awarded an NFL franchise in 1925, and were one of the five original teams established throughout that time. 

    Although it may not seem like it, the Giants are the third most successful franchise in the NFL in terms of NFL championships (pre Super Bowl) and Super Bowl as they have eight, as they are only behind Green Bay Packers who are the most successful franchise with 13 NFL championships / Super Bowls and second place Chicago Bears who have nine. 

    In the infancy of the NFL, the league struggled to gain any relevant media attention, especially when it came to the New York Giants as they couldn’t attract mass crowds to their games, but that all changed when they hosted the Chicago Bears. The Bears largely thanks to new recruit Red Grange attracted 70,000 to the game which in turn gave the league the media attention it so desperately wanted in the city. 

    While nothing significant happened to the Giants a year later, by 1927 just in their third season in the NFL the Giants won their first ever piece of trophy led by defensive tackle Steve Owen, who would then coach the side three years later. 

    By 1930 Owen became head coach of the Giants and lasted 23 seasons at the helm coaching the team to 153 wins, 108 losses and 17 ties. The mid 30s could be seen as one of the most successful eras of the Giants as they won eight Eastern Division in 14 seasons as well as claiming two NFL championships between 1934 and 1938. 

    The reason why the Giants were so dominant between the 30s and 40s were largely thanks to fullback Ken Strong and linebacker Mel Hein, who did not miss a game game for 15 consecutive seasons as well as becoming the league’s most valuable player in 1938. 

    Despite being a dominant side in the 40s the Giants made four NFL championship games but couldn’t get their hands on the big prize. The Giants ended an 18 year drought when they claimed the 1956 NFL Championship by defeating the Chicago Bears under coach Jaime Lee Howell. 

    The NFL championship victory in 1956 kicked off another successful period for the Giants as between 1956 and 1963 the team who was led by coach Allie Sherman won six NFL eastern titles throughout eight years. 

    This was largely thanks to future Hall of Famers Y. A. Tittle, Frank Gifford, Roosevelt Brown, Emlen Tunnell and Andy Robustelli, who all sparked the Giants to the championship game in 1963, however, they couldn’t get the job done. 

    The Giants were in the wilderness for the next 20 odd years, but that started to change when Bill Parcells, who coached the team from 1979-1990 led them out of the dark days. By 1986, Parcells did exactly that when they finished first in the NFC East standings with a 14-2 record and defeated San Francisco in the divisional playoffs. 

    They walked right over the Washington Football Team (known as Washington Redskins at the time) in the NFC championship game keeping them scoreless as they won the game 17-0, to make it to their first Super Bowl appearance. The occasion on the NFL’s biggest stage didn’t seem to bother them as they claimed their first Super Bowl victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXI. 

    Four years later the Giants repeated their efforts when Parcells coached the Giants to their second Super Bowl victory after ending the regular season with a 13-3 record, as they defeated Buffalo Bills by one point in the XXV edition. This time the Giants were a regular in the postseason as they made the playoffs in 1993 and 1997 but couldn’t replicate their form which saw two Super Bowls in four years. 

    The Giants had to wait another 10 years before they were on the big stage again and had a golden opportunity to win their third Super Bowl when they met the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XXXV however, they went down 34-7. 

    In 2004 the Giants entered a trade with San Diego Chargers as they received Eli Manning with pick #1. Manning would prove to be an integral component to the squad as he spent 14 years at the Giants from 2004-2019, making 236 appearances, completing  4895 passes, making 57023 passing yards, and providing 366 passing touchdowns throughout his career. 

    Four years after making his Giants debut, Manning would prove to be the spark the Giants needed in 2007. The Giants finished second in the NFC East with a 10-6 record, earning themselves a wildcard playoff spot which they made no mistake in when they knocked off Tampa Bay by 10 points. 

    They just got over the line against the Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round beating them by four points, they then faced a battle in the NFC Championship game as they oversaw Green Bay Packers by three points in overtime. 

    The Giants were then in their first Super Bowl since 2000 when they met the undefeated New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. It took a stunning display from Manning as he sparked the Giants to a three point win defeating the Patriots 17-14, as they claimed their third Super Bowl, with Manning being named the Super Bowl MVP. 

    Manning and the Giants then repeated their efforts four years later, in 2011, when they met the same opponent in Super Bowl XLVI. Manning was once again the MVP as the Giants defeated the Patriots 21-17 to claim their fourth Super Bowl. 

    That would turn out to be the last time the Giants were a part of the NFL’s showpiece event as they have only managed one postseason appearance since when they made it to the wildcard playoffs in 2016, but fell to Green Bay Packers. 

    The next few years  the Giants would finish last in NFC East in 2017 and 2018, while they improved their position in 2019 when they finished third they still had less wins than the year previously. 

    Despite starting the 2020 season with zero wins from their opening five games, the New York Giants remained in the hunt for a playoff spot up until Week 17 of the NFL regular season.

    After their 0-5 start, the Giants won five of their next seven games to improve to 5-7. Their most notable victory came in Week 13 as New York defeated the Seahawks in Seattle for the first time since 2010. The win also ensured that the Giants would improve on their previous seasons 4-12 record.

    Although they beat the Cowboys in Week 17 of the regular season, the 6-10 Giants failed to win the NFC East or make the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year, as New York needed Philadelphia to defeat Washington for them to advance. As a result of their Week 17 victory over the Eagles, Washington (7-9) became only the third team in NFL history to win a division with a losing record.

    Expert 2021 / 2022 Picks & Preview on New York Giants

    This season is likely an inflection point for the Giants. After a strong finish to the season that saw the Giants go 5-3 in their final 8 games, the Giants look like they could finally deliver on the promise they have shown, this season. The man at the centre of this will be Giants quarterback Daniel Jones who must prove he is a viable starter or risk losing his job.

    Front Office

    The Giants have been one of the most well known and storied franchises in the NFL. They have four Super Bowls with one win in each of the last 4 decades. Last season, we saw a new look Giants team that was playing for the first time in a while without Eli Manning.

    Last season was also the first season under the tenure of head coach Joe Judge. Judge has shown a lot of promise after his first year as a head coach in the NFL. Judge started coaching in college as a graduate assistant in 2005, and became a special teams assistant for Alabama in 2009.

    After his stint at Alabama, he was recruited by the New England Patriots where he honed his skills. Last season, he became a surprise candidate to become the Giants head coach. In his first season as head coach, he led the Giants to a 6-10 record. Now he looks to improve on this record and take the Giants to the playoffs.

    GM Dave Gettlemen has built a solid team for Joe Judge. This offseason the Giants went out and acquired help for Daniel Jones, to see whether Jones is the quarterback of the future if given good weapons. The 2 key offensive additions were star Tight End Kyle Rudolph and Wide Receiver Kenny Golloday.

    They also added Danny Shelton to strengthen the Giants good interior defensive line as well as Blake Martinez. The Giants have undoubtedly gotten better this year through free agency and the draft. Judge and Jones must now use the help acquired by Gettlemen to show that they are the future of the Giants franchise.

    Offense

    The Giants offense was bad. They scored the 31st least points in the league, with the only team worse than them being the dumpster fire Jets. They were also 31st in yards. This Giants team now looks to make a big jump with a group of newly acquired weapons as well as Saquon Barkley returning from an ACL injury. The responsibility will be on Jones to make the plays with his above average group of playmakers, and not turnover, which he has been notorious at.

    The biggest weakness of the Giants is definitely their offensive line. This offensive line was one of the worst in the league last year and doesn’t track to be much better in 2021. We wouldn’t be surprised if they once again ranked as the worst line in the league.

    To make their lives even harder, Jones has a tendency to hold onto the ball for longer than needed, meaning the line has to block for extra long. Getting Nate Solder back will likely make them better but he is aging and not in the good way. For this line to be put in a position to succeed, Jones needs to get rid of the ball quicker and give the ball to his wide array of weapons.

    The Giants offense looks like a boom or bust squad. The new acquisitions will definitely help Daniel Jones play better, but Jones himself must elevate his play to overcome the turnstile at offensive line. If Jones can’t step up and the offensive line can’t step up, Giants fans should be prepared for yet another bottom 3 offense.

    Defense

    The Giants defense was actually surprisingly good last season. The unit ranked in the top half of the league in turnovers, rushing yards allowed, points allowed and were in the middle of the pack for passing yards allowed.

    This unit was definitely the reason the Giants won as many games as they did last season. Defensive coordinator Patrick Graham is the man responsible for the Giants ranking as the 12th best defense in the league despite a tough schedule.

    This offseason, the Giants committed a decent amount of resources to bolster this defensive unit. The additions of Danny Shelton and Blake Martinez to support Leonard Williams will make the league’s 9th best run defense even better.

    This front 7 should make a big jump with these 2 additions as well as Lorenzo Carter and Oshane Ximines returning from injury. The Giants added depth as well with the drafting of Azeez Ojulari in the second round. The pass rush and run defense will make a good leap this year which is a good thing because the secondary will need it.

    The secondary was ranked 12th in the league last season but lacked depth. The additions of Adoree Jackson from the Titans and Aaron Robinson through the draft will have this secondary get even better and play more consistently especially against teams with several options at wide receiver.

    The Giants defense looks like it could be a playoff calibre defense. They carried the team to 6 wins last year and have gotten even better. If the offense can play its part, we wouldn’t be surprised if the Giants make the playoffs or even win the NFC East.

    New York Jets Betting & Odds History

    The New York Giants finished the 2020 season with their best win-loss record over the past four years, 6-10. The Giants were also one of the nine teams in the NFL to finish with a 9-7 record against the spread.

    Failing to score 25+ points in 14 of their 16 games this season, the Giants were the second worst scoring team in the NFL (17.5 points per game). 

    When looking at total points, New York ended up with a 3-13 over-under record. Their 13 games going Under the total points line was a league high and subsequently just three of their games going Over the total points line was a league low.

    Although they were just one result away from having a spot in last year’s playoffs, New York opened with the equal fourth worst odds in the league to win Super Bowl LVI, +6600.

    New York Giants FAQ

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    Where do the New York Giants play?

    The New York Giants play their home games at MetLife Stadium. 

    Who owns the New York Giants ?

    John Mara and Steven Tisch own the New York Giants.  

    Has the New York Giants won an NFL Super Bowl?

    The New York Giants have won four Super Bowls.

    Who is the New York Giants coach?

    Joe Judge is the head coach of the New York Giants

    Do the New York Giants play tonight?

    Are you wondering if the New York Giants are playing tonight? Well, SportsTips has all the details you need about upcoming New York Giants games! Make sure you check this page at the top for all the details you are looking for.

    What is the New York Giants record?

    The New York Giants finished the 2020 season with a 6-10 record.

    Did the New York Giants win last night?

    Fans of the New York Giants are all wanting to know if they won the game last night. You can find more information in relation to the team’s recent form in games on the page at the top.

    How much is the New York Giants worth?

    According to Forbes magazine, the New York Giants are worth $4.3 billion. 

    Who do the New York Giants play tonight?

    Like a lot of things in the NFL, things change pretty quickly. So, if you are looking for more information about who the New York Giants play tonight, you have come to the right place. We have all this information for you in detail, you can find these details for upcoming games at the top of the page.

    How to watch the New York Giants?

    You can watch the New York Giants on CBS, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone, DIRECTTV NFL Sunday Ticket and on Giants.com. You can also stream Giants games on the Giants app, Yahoo sports app, CBS All Access, DIRECTTV Sunday Ticket, NFL Sunday ticket, NFL GamePass and NFL Mobile app. You can also listen to coverage on NFL GamePass, WADO 1280 am, WFAN radio and Sirius XM.

    Will the New York Giants make the playoffs this year?

    The New York Giants did not make the playoffs last year after finishing with a 6-10 record, second in the NFC East and 11th in the NFC.

    When do the New York Giants play?

     New York Giants fans are always looking for more information about when their team plays the next game. For all the information you have been craving and more, be sure to check the top of this page. Here as SportsTips we list all the information you need like the kick off time, location of the game and the all important NFL odds.

    When is the next New York Giants game? 

    For more details on the next New York Giants game, check above on the page, we include all the details there.

    Where did the New York Giants finish the season?

    The New York Giants finished second in the NFC East and 11th in the NFC.

    How many games did the New York Giants win?

    The New York Giants won six games in the 2020 NFL season.