5 longest winning streaks in NY Giants history

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2. NY Giants in 1927-1928 - 11 games in a row

In just their third season as an NFL franchise, just like in 1989 and 1990 combined, the Giants put together an improbable winning streak together. Led by head coach Earl Potteiger, the Giants started off their season slow and then really turned things around.

The team won its final nine games to finish off their season and on top of that impressive feat, the defense pitched seven shutouts down the stretch and had 10 overall in the 13 games they played that year. And in the following season in 1928, the Giants opened up their season and won its first two games, which matched the team's longest winning streak in franchise history at the time.

Even though the team only won four games in 1928, it is definitely an impressive feat that in only the team's third season as an NFL team, they were able to lock in an 11-game winning streak combining the victories from the prior season.