5 of the most underrated players in NY Giants history

These guys will always be beloved by Giants fans.
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3. CB Corey Webster

Career with Giants: 2005-2013, 93 games started, most pass deflections in team history, 10th most interceptions in team history, two-time Super Bowl champion

Despite somehow never making a Pro Bowl, Corey Webster will forever remain in the hearts of Giants fans all around the country for his heroics both in the regular season, and playoffs as well. While most will remember him for his game-deciding interception of Brett Favre in the 2007 NFC Championship, Webster did much more than just that for New York.

Whether it be his league-leading 24 pass deflections in 2008, or six interception season in 2011, Webster has no shortage of memorable seasons with the Giants. In the nine seasons he spent with the team, he's racked up 375 combined tackles, 20 interceptions, and 97 pass deflections.

Webster stood out next to his partner-in-crime Aaron Ross in the Giants secondary. These two were staples in both Super Bowl victories for the Giants. However, Webster truly felt like a top player at his position for a couple of seasons, it's a shame he was never recognized for it by the league.