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Here’s what Giants fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
Shakespeare famously asked, “What’s in a name?”. Eighty-nine-year-old NFL football franchise, the New York Giants, has a few ways of answering: Y.A. Tittle. Frank Gifford. Fran Tarkenton. Lawrence Taylor. Michael Strahan. All Giants, all Pro Football Hall of Famers. Also: Phil Simms, Ottis Anderson, Eli Manning. A trio of Super Bowl MVPs (the franchise has won four championships in the last 25 years). And in recent history, David Tyree, he of the famous “Helmet Catch” in Super Bowl XLII.
All of these famous names and more equal a collective history of gridiron greatness, and ScoreBig is warming up your MetLife Stadium seats to watch a new season’s worth of excitement unfold.
Ask any NFL football player what his ultimate goal is in the league, and he’ll likely tell you, “Winning a Super Bowl.” However uphill the battle has seemed for the Giants over the last few seasons, fans should take comfort in knowing that their team has won twice in the aughts (2007 and 2011) under the tutelage of head coach Tom Coughlin and now 10-year veteran quarterback Eli Manning (who, by the way, was Super Bowl MVP in both games).
This coming season, the team will have their sights set on a major turnaround -- and not just for their fan’s sake. Manning will attempt to silence the haters via superstar, salsa-dancing target Victor Cruz and 2013 breakout wide-receiver Rueben Randle; and with speed from behind in first-time starter RB Rashad Jennings. All of the hard work put in during training camp and preseason will reach an apex when the Giants play their first game of the season on the national stage, a televised Monday-night event against the ever-improving Detroit Lions on September 8.
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