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The New York Giants entered the National Football League in 1925, and the Giants are one of three teams with seven or more NFL championship titles. The Giants won the NFL Championship in 1927, 1934, 1938 and 1956, including three Super Bowls from 1986 to 2007; this includes a win over the undefeated Patriots 17-14. The team shares the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, with the New York Jets. Owners John Mara and Steve Tisch handle the teams operations.
Watching the New York Giants
The famous New York Giants play in the Meadowlands Sports Complex, an entertainment facility in Bergen County, New Jersey. This facility consists of the Meadowlands Stadium, Racetrack, as well as the Izod Center. Not only do the NY Giants football team play but there are many races and fairs that are also operated both in the facility and in the parking lot. You can expect to see a lot of red and blue Giants jerseys on game day, a lot of roasting and tailgating in the parking lots, and a lot of NY pride. Really, the Meadowlands Sports Complex always has something going on.
New York Giants at New Meadowlands Stadium
New Meadowlands Stadium opened on April 10, 2010, to replace Giants Stadium, which had hosted both the New York Giants and the New York Jets for 33 years. Located in East Rutherford, New Jersey, it is the only stadium to be shared by two NFL teams. Fortunately, it can convert quickly between the two teams’ decorations. Its total seating capacity is currently the highest in the NFL at 82,566. Another distinguishing feature is that the stadium does not have a roof. New Meadowlands Stadium will host Superbowl XVIII in 2014.
New York Giants 2011 Team Outlook
With most of the starters back from last year’s powerful offense returning and another top 10 defense, the New York Giants are expected to contend for the NFC playoffs this season. Quarterback Eli Manning will be leading a potential top five offense. Running backs Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobsa should return making a great tandem and the receiving core led by Hakeem Nicks, who could easily exceed his 11 touchdowns from last year if he stays healthy. Loaded with talent on both sides of the ball, the Giants should finish 2011 with double digit wins and a spot in the playoffs.