Brief History of the Team
The New York Giants are a New York based professional American football which compete in the National Football League (NFL). Giants are a member club of the league’s National Football Conference (NFC) East division. The team was established 95 years ago on 1 August 1925 by original owner Tim Mara with an estimated investment of $500. Giants are one of the best dressed teams with their Blue, red, white coloured jerseys. The Giants trophy cabinet looks good with 35 titles but there is a feeling that a team with a 95 year history should have had more. They have a total of 8 League championships (4 NFL championships and 4 Super Bowl championships). They also have 11 Conference championships and 16 Division championships.
What is their home stadium?
MetLife Stadium is the home stadium of the National Football League (NFL) franchise, the New York Giants. The stadium was opened in 2010 and its naming rights were acquired by insurance company MetLife. The stadium was built at an approximate cost of $1.6 billion and it has a 82,500 capacity. The stadium is also used as the home venue of fellow NFL side New York Jets.
Who is the coach?
The New York Giants’ current head coach is Joseph F. Judge. His most succesful period of his managerial career was when he was the Patriots assistant coach and the Patriots won three Super Bowls during that time. He was hired as the Giants’ head coach in 2020.
Who are the team’s top 3 players?
The New York Giants current top three perfomers are Daniel Jones, Andrew Thomas and Saquon Barkley.
How they performed last season?
The New York Giants had a poor season in 2019 as they finished third in the NFC East division with a 4-12 record. As a result of their poor perfomances, Giants could not qualify for the Playoffs.
How they are performing this season?
New York Giants position in the NFC East is quite misleading, because whilst they are occupying the 1st position, they have actually lost more than they have won and the teams below them are very close, in fact they have the same record of 4-7 with second placed Washington.