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The New York Giants are one of the older teams that joined the NFL in 1925, and have played in the NFC East since 1970. They have played in 31 playoffs, and have won a total of 8 championships; 4 before the AFL-NFL merger, and 4 Super Bowl championships, the latest in 2011. The successful franchise and the team's current performance, news, and stats can be found at their official website. Other great sources like fan sites, forums, and blogs can also be great sources of information.

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Sterling Shepard looks to 'feast' inside with Engram


30 Questions in 30 Days: Best Giants roster since...


Giants' Landon Collins: Cowboys won't win NFC East


Odell Beckham Jr. lands on SI's Fashionable 50


Fact or Fiction: Predictions for OV & JPP


"Future Headlines" predict Giants win Super Bowl


Opponent Offseason Update: Oakland Raiders


Giants coaches and legends buzzing about rookie tight end


Gatorade podcast chronicles Eli and Peyton's early days


Giants TE legend Bavaro calls Engram 'unbelievable'


Lawrence Taylor selected No. 1 overall in MMQB's fantasy draft


Cover 3: Best Training Camp matchup?


Odell Beckham Jr. wins at Kids' Choice Sports Awards


Fact or Fiction: Best quarterback division?


Brandon Marshall: I had to leave doomed Jets


Odell Beckham Jr. and Eli Apple attend 25th ESPYS


NFL.com names Giants secondary among best in the league


Opponent Offseason Update: Dallas Cowboys


Giants give back by hosting youth football camps


Damon Harrison: Like Odell, I didn't want to be at OTAs


Eli Manning like LeBron? Damon Harrison explains


Muhammad Wilkerson puts 'red dot' on Justin Pugh


Marshall, Eli use FaceTime to learn playbook


Justin Pugh downplays Odell Beckham skipping OTAs


Mara: I wish Giants had another dozen players like OBJ


Julio Jones, Antonio Brown head WRs with most value to teams


OBJ: Giants' WR tandem will be 'trouble' for defenses


Giants' Odell Beckham: I feel better than I've ever felt