5 longest winning streaks in NY Giants history

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3. NY Giants in 1962-1963 - 10 games in a row

Just like the 1989-90 and 1927-28 seasons, the New York Giants put together a long winning streak in two regular seasons combined. In 1962, the Giants had a big year putting together 12 victories and only two losses.

After starting their season 3-2, the Giants went on to win their final nine regular season games and during that stretch, they won four of those nine games by two touchdowns or more. The offense was also very electric too as they scored 30 points or more during their 1962 season seven times. The Giants, unfortunately, saw that nine-game win streak in their 1962 regular season come to an end when they lost to the Green Bay Packers on December 30 in the NFL Championship.

But in their following season in 1963, the Giants added onto their regular season winning streak by winning their season opener against the Baltimore Colts, which gave the team a 10-game regular season winning streak, which was their second-longest winning streak in franchise history at the time.

The Giants had a really good roster during this time time period led by head coach Allie Sherman, who had a career coaching record of 57-54-1.