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History of New York Giants
By David Jacobs | October 25th, 2016

The New York Giants is a professional American Football Club located in New York metropolitan area. They participate in the National Football League as a member club of the league’s National Football Conference. In terms of domestic dimensions the team play at East Rutherford, New Jersey at Met Life Stadium, which is shared with the New York in unique arrangements.


It is one of those teams that joined the National Football League in 1925 and is the only existing group so far. The history, tradition and the unconventional story of New York is linked entirely to football. The late Tim Mara now a member of Pro Football Hall of Fame had bought a franchise for $500 in 1925 and before the first session ended only and only to keep the franchise alive. He invested another $25000.

It was a prerequisite and one of the molt important things for the team to get media attention and seek fan following in order to sustain their life in terms of fan attendance. Getting established in one of the most famous cities was indeed a milestone which was promising a great journey ahead the New York Giants emerged in age when football was covered in the shades of horse racing, college football and boxing.

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In the second season that is 1926 New York Giants got off a slow start by winning only three out of four games. In 1927 leading to an amazing defense New York Giants allowed 20 game points in 13 game season their way to victory and a National Football League Championship with a record 11-1-1. Unfortunately in 1928 The New York Giants were not able to keep up their magical defense and lost. In 1929, The Giants returned and took their position of being the best back.

The giants at one point hired all the pro defensive tackle. The New York Giants could acquire University of Michigan All- American quarterback Harry Newman, and versatile free agent Ken Strong prior to the 1933 session. The New York Giants were highly successful from the latter half of the the year 1930 and it was there till the time United States entered the World War II .

The New York Giants in the 1990 era was marked a sone of the most remarkable times for The New York Giants. Post the Super Bowl, the defensive coordinator Bill Belichik left and became the head coach of Cleveland Browns. In the springs of 1991 to pursue a career in broadcasting, in addition to it there was an ownership change in wha aws the most stable and dynamic front offices for professional sports.

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David Jacobs
David Jacobs is a serial entrepreneur from Chicago with deep ties in the secondary ticket industry. David currently is partners in Lockdown Bar & Grill, Fatso's Last Stand, California Studios and Coast To Coast Tickets. When not spending time with his family, David spends most of his time working on the marketing for coasttocoasttickets.com.
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