Winning streaks have not been easy for the New York Giants of late. As a matter of fact, 2022 was just the second time in the last six years the Giants won four games or more in the season since 2016 - the last time the G-Men reached the playoffs.
But if you're a Giants history buff, you know that this team has put up many long winning streaks over the years. Players like Phil Simms and Lawrence Taylor just to name a few have been major factors during win streaks this historic franchise has been able to put together.
But what have been this team's top five longest win streaks in franchise history? We take a look at that in this piece:
1. NY Giants in 1989-1990 - 13 games in a row
That's right, the New York Giants longest winning streak in franchise history was an absurd 13 games in a row. While it did not happen in one single season, this team did manage to build off their three-game regular season winning streak in 1989 and added it on in a big way the following season.
The Giants won 12 games in 1989 with players like running back Ottis Anderson having a big year for Big Blue rushing for 1,023 yards and 14 touchdowns, while Simms had a rough year under center throwing for just 14 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. You cannot forget about legendary head coach Bill Parcell's leadership that helped this team's amazing run. Oh, and LT had 15 sacks in '89.
Unfortunately, the Giants fell in the divisional round against the Rams that ended their season but the following season for the men in blue had the team off to a historic start. The team won its first 10 games which added to their three-game win streak that concluded the prior season.
So, an overall 13 straight regular season games this team won in a combined two seasons - yeah, that's definitely impressive. Oh, and the Giants also posted a Super Bowl win too.