New York Giants Tickets

The New York Giants are among one of the oldest teams in professional football. They formed back in 1925 and have been a force in football ever since. Before the Super Bowl was around and before the AFL was formed, the New York Giants were one of the most recognized teams in the NFL. The team won the championships in 1927, 1934, 1938 and 1956. They also put together a lot of Eastern division titles in the 50's and 60's. The era of the Super Bowl and the merge of the NFL and AFL was tough on the Giants, and they had a hard time putting the team back together. It took them a while to rebuild a strong talent and force on the team.

New York Giants tickets are on sale to enjoy the season after the franchise's fourth Super Bowl win. This makes this offseason even more dangerous, with contenders trying to pry key players from the roster to improve their own chances. TheSeats has the Giant tickets to MetLife Stadium to see if they can retain enough pieces to dominate the 2012 NFL schedule, emerge at the top of the NFC East standings, and make another compelling run at the Super Bowl.

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So far the Giants have only lost a couple players. Wide receiver Mario Manningham went to the 49ers and cornerback Aaron Ross went to the Jaguars. Neither loss is so detrimental General Manager Jerry Reese has to scramble to find replacements. Instead, Reese has already resigned Terrell Thomas and brought Chris Horton in from the free agent market to find a player to play opposite Corey Webster. Apart from resigning linebacker Jonathan Goff, the rest of the defensive nucleus seems to be in place. The sub-par regular season numbers can easily be attributed to injuries. Once the postseason started, the Giants D, finally healthy, gelled and kicked off the Super Bowl with a safety and held Tom Brady and the Patriots to a mere 17 points.

The offense only scored 21 points in the game, but Eli Manning still emerged with his second Super Bowl MVP. In 2012, they return a football team with a deadly trio of Manning, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, and wide receiver Victor Cruz. Tight end Martellus Bennett should be a welcome addition as well. With Brandon Jacobs and Kareem McKenzie released, it remains to be seen if Head Coach Tom Coughlin will be able to avoid another season at the bottom of the running offense rankings.

The draft and the remainder of the free agent season still give the NY Giants a chance to shore up some questionable positions, add some depth, and perhaps find a steal. TheSeats has the New York Giants tickets to witness just how good this football team is going to be.

New York Giants History

The New York Football Giants have been playing since 1925 and have seven championships to their credit, four in the pre-Super Bowl era and three since the inception of the big game. The franchise began as one of the powers of the old NFL. They regularly competed with the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers for supremacy. In particular, the pre-Super Bowl Giants were a force in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Frank Gifford, a halfback and wide receiver, starred in the late 1950s and Sam Huff and Y.A. Tittle led the team in the 1960s. Unfortunately, the Midwest powerhouses consistently beat the East Coast monsters in the NFL Championship.

Giants tickets for the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s were available for a franchise that had lost its way. It took until the mid-1980s for New York to find the right quarterback and linebacker to lead and build the team around these two, Phil Simms and Lawrence Taylor. These two stars, new head coach Bill Parcells, and players like tight end Mark Bavaro, running back Joe Morris, and linebacker Harry Carson led the resurgence. In 1986, the Giants went 14-2 in the regular season and dominated the postseason. They beat the 49ers 49-3, the Redskins 17-0, and the Broncos 39-20 in Super Bowl XXI. That year Lawrence Taylor won the NFL MVP and NFC Defensive Player of the Year, Bill Parcells won the NFL Coach of the Year, and Phil Simms won the Super Bowl MVP.

Though the Giants remained competitive and returned to the Super Bowl in 1990. The 13-3 Giants had a more difficult time in the postseason than the 1986 New York team. They beat the Bears 31-3, the 49ers 15-13, and the Bills 20-19 in Super Bowl XXV. Running back won the Super Bowl MVP after carrying the football 21 times for 102 yards and a touchdown.

Seventeen years later, the New York Giants played just well enough over the regular season schedule to reach the postseason with a 10-6 record. They went on an incredible run, beating the Buccaneers 24-14 in the Wild Card playoffs, defeating the Cowboys 21-17 in the Divisional Playoffs, beating the Packers 23-20 in overtime in the NFC Championship, and upsetting the New England Patriots 17-14 in Super Bowl XLII. Eli Manning reached elite status and won the Super Bowl MVP and the Giants attacking defense became the new model for success.

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2018 New York Giants Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Sep 7, 2018
MetLife Stadium
East Rutherford, NJ
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