5. George Martin
Accolades: 1986 Super Bowl Champion
Older NY Giants fans will tell you just how dominant George Martin was during his time with the team, as he posted 95 sacks. After being drafted in the 11th round of the 1975 NFL Draft, Martin would begin his reign of dominance soon, recording his first of four double-digit sack seasons in his fourth year in the league.
Martin would continue his level of success in the postseason, helping the NY Giants reach and eventually win a Super Bowl in 1986 against the Denver Broncos. In this game, Martin would play a huge role in the Giants 39-20 win, racking up a sack and a safety.
In his 14-year career with the NY Giants, Martin had seven seasons with at least seven sacks, making his mark as a NY Giant legend. Despite somehow never making a Pro Bowl, Martin is undoubtedly one of the greatest NY Giants ever, ranking third all time in team sacks. Martin would remain with the NY Giants up until 1988, where he would retire at age 35 as one of the greatest players in team history.