Posts Tagged ‘Giants History’

History Of The New York Giants (2000-Present)

This will wrap up the decade by decade look at the history of the New York Giants and will focus on the Giants of the 2000’s.  I will continue with history about players, coaches and stadiums of the Giants next. 2000: Picked by most experts to finish in last place at the start of the […]

History Of The New York Giants (1990-1999)

Continuing with Giants history, I will focus on the Giants of the 1990’s.  The 90’s began with a bang but saw the end of an era with Simms, Taylor and Parcells all ending their tenure with the Giants. 1990: The Giants jump out of the gate quickly winning their first 11 games to take a […]

History Of The New York Giants (1980-1989)

Continuing with Giants history, today will focus on the 1980’s a decade that introduced the world to Lawrence Taylor, Bill Parcells and a Super Bowl victory. 1980: Quarterback Phil Simms experiences a sophomore slump, and becomes “Phil Boo” to the press and fans in a season plagued by interceptions. The Giants would go on to […]

History Of The New York Giants (1970-1979)

Continuing with the history of the New York Giants today will focus on the Giants of the 1970’s, a decade to forget. 1970: The Giants stumble out of the gates losing their first three games, but the Giants would quickly right themselves and would win nine of their next ten games, and were set up […]

History Of The New York Giants (1960-1969)

Hope everyone is enjoying the history of the Giants, here is some info about the Giants of the 1960’s 1960: At 5-1-1 the Giants had that Championship look heading into back-to-back match up with Philadelphia Eagles. However, the Giants season would come to crashing end in the first match up when Eagles Defensive Back Chuck […]

History Of The New York Giants (1950-1959)

Introducing the Giants of the 1950’s 1950: The Giants rise back to the top of the newly re-christened American Conference, and put together a solid 10-2 season beating the Cleveland Browns twice. However, the Browns also finished 10-2, forcing a playoff game for a trip to the NFL Championship Game. Making matters worse is that […]

History Of The New York Giants (1940-1949)

Today’s history lesson will focus on the Giants of the 1940’s. 1940: The Giants lose their grip on the Eastern Division and struggle with mediocrity on the way to a third place 6-4-1 season. 1941: On December 7th the Giants played their cross-town rival Brooklyn Dodgers for pride. Even though the Giants had lost their […]

History Of The New York Giants (1925-1929)

I am a big fan of the history of the New York Giants.  With things pretty quiet right now in Giants land I figured it would be a good time to start posting some info about the history of the Giants.  I will be posting by the decade and begin with the Giants of the […]

422

Anyone know what 422 means for the Giants so far this season. I’ll give you a hint       422. Combined receving yards for Steve Smith and Mario Manningham. 214 is Steve Smith’s number tied for 1st in the league with Santonio Holmes. 208 is Mario Manningham’s receiving yards good for third in the […]