Top 50 New York Giants

In 1925, the New York Giants were one of five teams that joined the National Football League, and of those five, they are the only ones that are still in existence.

The Giants have been in existence for nearly a century and have won eight Championships. The first four as NFL Champions (1927, 1934, 1938 & 1956) and they were a perpetual contender in the early 1960s. In the Super Bowl Era, they won in 1986 (XXI), 1990 (XXV), 2007 (XLII), and 2011 (XLVI).

Eight Championships is impressive regardless of the league and the sport!

This list is up to the end of the 2019 season.

Note: Football lists are based on an amalgamation of tenure, traditional statistics, advanced statistics, playoff statistics, and post-season accolades.

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Splitting his college career between Northwestern and Michigan State, Ray Wietecha’s NFL career was not divided among teams in the plural as he wore the Giants blue for all of his ten seasons.
One of the most fun teams to watch in college football was the Miami Hurricanes of the 90s and early 00s.  One of the great players of their 2001 BCS Championship Team was Tight End, Jeremy Shockey, who was an All-American that championship year.
The New York Giants used their First Round Pick in 1980 (8thOverall) on Mark Haynes, a star Cornerback from Colorado.  While Haynes never achieved the fame of some of the Defensive Ends and Linebackers who played ahead of him, he was a bona fide top player in his own right.
When you think of Rosey Grier, the first thought is always his role as a member of the Fearsome Foursome of the Los Angeles Rams.  That might be the first reaction, but is it the correct one?  New York Giants fans might disagree.
The New York Giants were one of the best teams in the NFC in the late 1980s, and Mark Bavaro was their Tight End during their best period.
Homer Jones was two picks away from being “Mr. Irrelevant” in the 1963 NFL Draft, but he initially signed with the Houston Oilers of the AFL, where he could stay close to home.  That move didn’t work out, as he was cut in training camp, but the Wide Receiver would find work with the team that drafted him in the NFL,…
Greg Larson is one of the most underrated players in the history of the New York Giants, likely because he played his entire career when the Giants were not at an elite level.
After four years with the Cleveland Browns, Shaun O’Hara signed with the New York Giants as a Free Agent in 2004.  It would prove to be beneficial for both parties.
When you look at the career of Joe Morrison, you see a player who never had a monster year, but always gave you consistent production.  No wonder the Giants never let him go over his 14-year career.
Erich Barnes was only with the New York Giants for four seasons of his 14-year career, but it was easily the best run of his career.
Jack Stroud played his entire NFL career with the New York Giants, where the dual-sport star from Tennessee (Football and Track & Field) became an unsung hero for the Giants.
Ron Johnson played as a rookie for the Cleveland Browns after being a First Round Pick from Michigan.  His first year as a professional football player was decent with 636 Yards From Scrimmage and seven Touchdowns, but he, along with two other players, was put in a package for Wide Receiver, Homer Jones.