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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 […]

A Great Book- New York Giants: The Complete Illustrated History

Giants fans! This book is for you. New York Giants: The Complete Illustrated History by Lew Freedman is a must for every Giants fans collection. The book provides a complete and through history of the Giants, with stunning photos, biographies on former players, special in-depth sections on the three Super Bowl wins and so much […]

The Giant’s Dark Ages, Part-2; Dick James and Andy Stynchula

The trade made perfect sense — on paper. Unfortunately, football games aren’t won on paper. But the logic of the swap was impeccable. Giant’s All-Pro Right Defensive End, Andy Robustelli retired. His back up, Bob Taylor didn’t show much. The Giants lost the 1963 Championship Game to the Bears after Y. A. Tittle got hurt. […]

The Giant’s Dark Ages; Joe Don Looney

The 1963-64 off-season started out as pure hell. We’d just lost our 3rd NFL Championship Game in a row — 14-10 to the Bears. We’d lost 16-7 to the Packers in ’62 and 37-0 to the Packers in ’61. Actually, this was our 5th Championship Game loss since the infamous 23-17, sudden death loss to […]