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New York Giants Records

Listed below are New York Giants Records, Firsts, Odds & Ends.

First Draft Choice
: Art Lewis, T, Ohio University, 1936.

First Regular-Season Game: A 14-0 loss to the Providence Steam Roller, 10/11/25.

First Regular-Season Win: A 19-0 victory over the Cleveland Bulldogs, 11/1/25.

First Regular-Season Points: A 15-yard drop-kicked field goal by Matt Brennan in a 5-3 loss to the Frankford Yellow Jackets, 10/17/25.

First Winning Season: 1925 (8-4).

First Championship Season: 1927 (11-1-1).

First Super Bowl Appearance
: A 39-20 victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXI, 1/25/87.

First All-NFL Selections: G Art Carney and B Jack McBride, 1925

First Giants Elected to the Hall of Fame: Founder Tim Mara and C Mel Hein, charter members, 1963.

First to Rush 100 Yards in a Game: Harry Newman, 108 yards vs. the Boston Redskins, 10/8/33.

First 1,000-Yard Rusher: Ron Johnson, 1,027 yards (1970).

First to Pass 400 Yards in a Game: Y. A. Tittle passed for a then-club record 505 yards vs. the Washington Redskins, 10/28/62.

Most Yards Rushing, Career: Tiki Barber, 6,927 yards (1997-2004).

Most Yards Passing, Career: Phil Simms, 33,462 yards (1979-1993).

Most Receptions, Career: Tiki Barber, 474 receptions (1997-2004).

All-Time Leading Scorer: Pete Gogolak, 646 points (1966-1974).

First Home Field: New York's Polo Grounds, 1925-1955.

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