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My Giants Games
Well .. I am one of the biggest Giants Fan you will ever meet ..
I love to watch them play on TV .. or go to an occasional game ..
so far I have been to 3 games in my lifetime .. the first one was the
famous "IceBall" game .. where that guy was arrested for throwing snowballs ..
Game OneGiants 15 Dallas 10 (December 24 , 1994)


Game TwoGiants 27 Cardinals 21 (October 8 , 1995)

Game ThreeGiants 16 Cardinals 8 (November 3 , 1996)
This game I didn't bring my camera with me ..
it was after I moved to Virginia .. Barry got some ticket's and pooff ..
I drove up to go
Here's some pics I got off the net .. and from my scanner ..
Superbowl History


         Phil Simms
             Quarterback
             New York Giants
             Super Bowl XXI

             Phil Simms put on a display of precision
             passing unmatched in Super Bowl history
             and led the Giants to a 39-20 victory over
             Denver. 

             Simms set a record by completing 22-of-25
             passes, including 10 in a row in the
             second half. He passed for 268 yards and
             3 touchdowns. 

             The Giants briefly held the lead in the first
             half, their score coming on a 6-yard pass
             from Simms to tight end Zeke Mowatt, but
             they trailed 10-9 at halftime. New York 
             opened the second half with a 63-yard
             drive that culminated in Simms' 13-yard scoring 
             strike to tight end Mark Bavaro. 

             After a field goal and a rushing score by Joe Morris, 
             Simms threw for his third touchdown, a 6-yard pass 
             to wide receiver Phil McConkey. The 24 unanswered 
             points put the game out of reach. Simms was a perfect
             10-for-10 as the Giants set a record with 30 second-half points. 


         Ottis Anderson
             Running Back
             New York Giants
             Super Bowl XXV

             In a game that will be remembered more
             for a missed field goal than anything else,
             the Giants employed a powerful
             ball-control offense to hold off Buffalo
             20-19. 

             The key to the Giants' record possession
             total of 40:33 was Ottis Anderson. The
             powerful veteran running back carried 21
             times for 102 yards. His 1-yard touchdown
             capped off a 14-play drive that ate up a
             record 9:29 of the third quarter.


These guys were it .. the BEST ..!!!

Giants Retired Numbers


            # 1    Ray Flaherty      End-Assistant Coach (1928-1935)

            # 7    Mel Hein          Center-Linebacker   (1931-1945)

            # 14   Y.A. Tittle       Quarterback         (1961-1964)

            # 32   Al Blozis         Tackle              (1942-1944)

            # 40   Joe Morrison      End-Halfback        (1959-1972)

            # 42   Charlie Conerly   Quarterback         (1948-1961)

            # 50   Ken Strong        Fullback-Kicker     (1933-1935,
                                                          1939-1947)

            # 56   Lawrence Taylor   Linebacker          (1981-1993)

            # 11   Phil Simms        Quarterback         (1979-1994)

Members Of The Giants In The
Pro Football Hall Of Fame




                                    TIM MARA 
                        Founder, President (1925-1959)
                                 Elected In 1963


       1.MEL HEIN - Center (1931-1945) - Elected In 1963

       2.Y.A. TITTLE - Quarterback (1961-1964) - Elected In 1971

       3.PETE HENRY - Tackle (1927) - Elected In 1963

       4.ROOSEVELT BROWN - Tackle (1953-1965) - Elected In 1975

       5.CAL HUBBARD - Tackle (1927-1928,1936) - Elected In 1963

       6.RAY FLAHERTY - End (1928-1935) - Elected In 1976

       7.JIM THORPE - Halfback (1925) - Elected In 1963

       8.FRANK GIFFORD - Back-End (1952-1960, 1962-1964) - Elected In 1977

       9.JOE GUYON - Halfback (1927) - Elected In 1966

      10.TUFFY LEEMANS - Running Back (1936-1943) - Elected In 1978

      11.ARNIE HERBER - Quarterback (1944-1945) - Elected In 1966

      12.RED BADGRO - End (1927-1935) - Elected In 1981

      13.STEVE OWEN - Head Coach (1931-1953) - Elected In 1966

      14.SAM HUFF - Linebacker (1956-1963) - Elected In 1982

      15.KEN STRONG - Halfback (1933-1935, 1939-1947) - Elected In 1967

      16.ARNIE WEINMEISTER - Tackle (1950-1953) - Elected In 1984

      17.EMLEN TUNNELL - Defensive Back (1948-1958) - Elected In 1967

      18.FRAN TARKENTON - Quarterback (1967-1971) - elected In 1986

      19.HUGH McELHENNY - Halfback (1963) - Elected In 1970

      20.LARRY CSONKA - Running Back (1976-1978) - Elected In 1987

      21.VINCE LOMBARDI - Assistant Coach (1954-1958) - Elected In 1971

      22.DON MAYNARD - End (1958) - Elected In 1987

      23.ANDY ROBUSTELLI - Defensive End (1956-1964) - Elected In 1971

      24.TOM LANDRY - Defensive Back (1950-1955) - Elected In 1990

      25.WELLINGTON MARA - Co-Owner (1937-1998) - Elected in 1997

      26.LAWRENCE TAYLOR - Linebacker (1981-1993) - Elected In 1999

Some Old Pix
My favorite Old Runningback .. (next too Doug Kotar #44, who was my all-time fav ..)

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