Rank 'Em: Top 20 All-Time Giants

Created: September 9, 2011, 4:06 PM

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Building our list of the greatest Giants was no simple task.

We picked 50 -- now we're asking you to rank 20.

After weeks of mulling over our ballots and counting votes from our writers and editors, we put together what we feel is a pretty solid group of Big Blue luminaries -- which you can view here -- but we're much more interested in what you think.

Did we get it right -- or would you change it around?

Hover your mouse over the images below for more details, then rank your favorite Giants by dragging the thumbnails to the right.

For more info -- and some great photos -- click here to check out our 50 Greatest Giants gallery.


 
How are the points calculated?
On a poll with 10 options, a No.1 ranking equals 10 points, a No.2 ranking equals 9 points, etc. The item with the most points will be ranked first.
 
  • Burress scored 33 TDs in 57 games and caught the game-winning TD pass in Super Bowl XLII.
  • Bavaro caught 28 TD passes during six seasons with the Giants.
  • A Hall of Famer, Robustelli retired with a record breaking 22 career fumble recoveries.
  • Martin seven defensive TDs in his 14 seasons, plus a safety on John Elway in Super Bowl XXI.
  • Manning was the MVP of Super Bowl XLII and is second in team history in completions and passing yards.
  • A Hall of Famer, Weinmeister was named first-team All-Pro in all four of his seasons in New York.
  • A Hall of Famer, Tittle led the Giants to three straight division titles.
  • Conerly led the Giants to three NFL championship games in four seasons between 1956 and 1959.
  • Gifford made eight Pro Bowls in his 12 seasons with the Giants and was NFL MVP in 1956.
  • Barber is the Giants' all-time leading rusher (10,449 yards), amassed in 10 seasons with the club.
  • Strahan owns the NFL's single-season sack record, and is fifth all-time in career sacks.
  • Simms was the MVP of Super Bowl XXI, with one of the most remarkable one-game performances in NFL history.
  • Huff was the first NFL player to be featured on the cover of Time magazine.
  • A Hall of Famer, Carson made the Pro Bowl nine times during his 13-years with the Giants.
  • Brown played for the Giants from 1953 until 1965, and made nine Pro Bowls during that span.
  • A Hall of Famer, Hein was the only offensive lineman to ever win the NFL MVP award.
  • Tunnell has 79 career interceptions, second-most in NFL history, and 74 of them with the Giants.
  • Toomer is the franchise's all-time leader in receptions (668), receiving yards (9,497) and receiving touchdowns (54).
  • A Hall of Famer, Badgro played from 1930 through 1935, and was name first-team All-NFL in 1931, '33 and '34.
  • LT was the NFL MVP in 1986, a three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, a first-team All Pro in eight of his first nine seasons.