LT: Rosey Brown
Considering how poor the Giants' offensive line has been over really the last decade, you'd be surprised about how good New York has been in the trenches historically. A great example of this is Rosey Brown, who is arguably one of the greatest players in Giants' history. He may not be a name most remember due to how long ago he played. However, Brown is easily one of the best left tackles the league has ever seen.
Brown's career spanned from 1953 to 1965 and he was elite in every season he played in. Throughout his 13-season career, Brown made nine Pro Bowls, earned six All-Pro First-Team selections, and helped the Giants win an NFL Championship in 1956.
LG: David Diehl
He may not be remembered for playing left guard, but due to a lack of jaw dropping talent at the position, David Diehl will have to do here. Diehl spent two seasons at guard, 2005 and 2006 respectively, and was pretty damn good as well.
Diehl spent his entire 10-year career with the Giants and was one of the key players on both of the Giants' Super Bowl wins in '07 and '11. Alongside this, he made a Pro Bowl and All-Pro Second-Team selection.
C: Mel Hein
The center position for New York has seen some insane amounts of talent. However, there's no doubt that Mel Hein is the number one guy here.
In his 15 seasons with the Giants, Hein made four Pro Bowls and earned five All-Pro First Team selections. In fact, he even won the first-ever Carr Trophy, which was the original MVP award. Hein split time between center and linebacker, but there's no doubt his impact lay on the offensive side of the ball.
For a while, Hein represented the Giants in a way no one else could. He was one of, if not the best players on the team's championship runs in the 1930s. His impact will never be forgotten.