The New York Giants were one of the five original teams when the NFL was founded in 1925.
The Giants played their home games at the Polo Grounds until 1955, creating memories that still echo in NFL history.
With four Super Bowl victories, they are tied for the 5th most in NFL history.
The Mara family has owned the Giants since their inception - a remarkable feat in professional sports.
The Giants hold the record for the highest attendance at an NFL game, with over 100,000 fans in 1959.
Legends like Y.A. Tittle, Phil Simms, and Eli Manning have all donned the Giants' jersey.
The "Miracle at the Meadowlands" in 1978 is one of the most unforgettable moments in NFL history.
The team's defense, led by Lawrence Taylor, has been feared for decades.
The Giants have a loyal fan base known as the "Big Blue Nation.
The Giants won the "Tumbleweed Trophy" in 1949 as the NFL's Western Conference champions.