5. NY Giants in 1930 - eight games in a row
In just their sixth season as an NFL franchise, the Giants in 1930 went on to win 13 games that campaign with again a great defense that year as well. Out of the 17 games that season, the Giants defense pitched four shutouts as well allowing seven points or less in nine of the games as well.
But what was most notable of this team was all the wins they were able to compile. After starting the season 2-0 before dropping their third game of the season against the Green Bay Packers, the Giants went on an instant run of winning eight straight games that lasted from Oct. 12, all the way up to Nov. 9.
The streak came to a halt on Nov.16 when they got shutout against the Chicago Bears. Despite that, they were able to win three out of their final five games to get them to the 13-win mark for the second straight season.
That year, the Giants had the second-best record in the NFL and back then, had three head coaches that helped them have a great season with both Benny Friedman and Steve Owen going 2-0 in the games they coached, followed by Roy Andrews who coached the final 15 games going 11-4 in the process.