The Giants were one of five teams that joined the NFL in 1925, and it’s the only one in that group that still exists today. They are currently one of four teams in the East Division of the National Football Conference. The team plays its home games at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., which it shares with the AFC’s New York Jets. Their oldest rivals are the Philadelphia Eagles, dating back to 1933. But they also have no love lost for the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins, the other teams rounding out the division.
The G-Men have won the Super Bowl four times — their last in 2011 — and five NFC championships. Head coaches Bill Parcells and Tom Coughlin hoisted the Lombardi Trophy twice each.
The Giants retired the number 1 worn by Ray Flaherty in 1935. It was the first number to be retired by any team in professional sports. The Giants also boast the second-most enshrined hall of famers with 29, a list which includes Phil Simms and Lawrence Taylor.
Forbes estimated the value of the team in 2012 to be $1.3 billion. This ranks Big Blue as the fourth most valuable franchise in the NFL and the ninth most valuable professional sports franchise in the world.
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The Giants went to great lengths to improve their defense last season. It worked, as the club finished the season with an 11-5 record and the resurgent defence was the 10th best in the league. The Giants were also 12-4 if a bettor chose the under point total on the betting line in all 16 of their regular season games.
However, a mediocre offense and another lackluster season for veteran quarterback Eli Manning, it’s no wonder the Giants made a quick exit in the playoffs. Manning had 26 touchdown passes, but threw 16 interceptions. The offense ranked 25th in the NFL which is not good enough for a playoff team.
Manning, a 14-year veteran and two-time Super Bowl winner, must have a better year. It’s no surprise that star wide receiver Odell Beckham’s numbers have declined with Manning’s play. The fourth-year pro had the most receptions in his career in 2016, but his average yardage per game has dropped since his rookie season in 2014. The often controversial player also had his fewest touchdowns in a season last year with 10.
The Giants, under head coach Ben McAdoo, must get off to a quick start this year or they could quickly become a .500 team in a very competitive division.
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