New York Giants Information
The New York Giants are members of the East Division of the NFC. The team was established in 1925 and is the only one of the five teams still remaining that joined the NFL that year. The Giants current home games are played at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey along with the New York Jets. Since their inception they have won eight NFL titles, four in the pre-Super Bowl era and four since the creation of the Super Bowl. This ranks them third in NFL titles among all the franchises, surpassed only by the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears. The Giant's successful history has included thirty-one playoff appearances, sixteen Division Championships, and eleven Conference Championships along with the eight League Championships. Their last Super Bowl Championship was won last year in the 2011 season.
The 2011 New York Giants finished first in the NFC East with a regular season record of 9-7. They went on to the playoffs for the first time since 2008. They defeated the Falcons in the Wild Card Playoffs, the Packers in the Divisional Playoffs, the 49ers in the NFC Championship and the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. This year they hope to do it all over again. Their most valuable players include quarterback Eli Manning, cornerback Corey Webster, defensive end Chris Canty, guard Chris Snee, safety Antrel Rolle, tackle David Diehl and defensive end Justin Tuck.