Aug 24, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants tackle David Diehl (in hat) celebrates with running back David Wilson (22) after a touchdown in the first quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Munson/The Star-Ledger via USA TODAY Sports
10. David Diehl, Guard/Tackle
David Diehl started in 156 games for the Giants. He was a constant for the offensive line from 2003-2013. His claim to fame was that you could always count on him. He played both guard and tackle during his 11 year tenure and was on both of the Coughlin coached Super Bowl championship teams.
Diehl was voted to the Pro Bowl in 2009. He was a great run blocker and a solid pass protector. He was the Swiss army knife along the offensive line, he could do it all and his versatility behooved the Giants greatly.
Diehl will always be a fan favorite. His tough offensive lineman-like demeanor and his happy go-lucky demeanor surely make Diehl a memorable part of Giants history. He is now calling games for Fox Sports as a color analyst who gets the battles that go on in the trenches.
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