2014 New York Giants Road Schedule
With the Giants looking to get back into the mix in the NFC East, you can count
on there being more than a few thrills this season, as this is a wide open division in which anything can happen. The Giants
bring back a solid core group of players that have fans eager to see what they can do, making for another season loaded with
electrifying runs, spectacular catches and big-time hits that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time. Though home
games at MetLife Stadium are obviously must-see matchups, seeing your favorite team away from home can be every bit as exhilarating,
particularly with the Giants having a reputation for being one of the top road teams in the league.
As always, the Giants
always look forward to traveling to Dallas, TX to take on the Dallas Cowboys, one of their biggest divisional rivals. The
Cowboys also missed the postseason in 2013, but this is certainly a team stocked with enough talent to change that this time
around. This year, the Giants-Cowboys game in Dallas will go down in Dallas on Oct. 19 in a game that is sure to be met with
plenty of fanfare. Other top-tier divisional road matchups this season will be against Washington on Thursday, Sept. 25 and
Philly on Oct. 12.
Outside of the division there also plenty of other exciting matchups as well, and you can count on
there being plenty of Giants colors wherever they take to the field. A Monday Night Football game in Detroit on Sept. 8 is
likely to be of the exciting variety considering the caliber of the two offenses in the field, though there will be plenty
of fanfare in Seattle on Nov. 9 when the Giants go up against the defending champs and again on Dec. 7 when the Giants travel
to Nashville for a clash with the Titans. Put it all together and the Giants have all kinds of exciting opportunities and
challenges this season, giving you plenty of reasons to head out and see the Giants the way they were meant to be seen.
New York Giants Team Info
The Giants come into 2014 looking to rebound form a tough year, even though there are
plenty of positives from 2013 that the Giants will be looking to build from. With a good defense and Eli Manning looking to
get back into form after somewhat of a down year in 2013, the Giants have lots of upside as they look to once again be a major
factor in one of the most competitive divisions in all of football. This is a team that can win in a variety of different
ways, and teams around the league know better than to ever take this team lightly. Thanks to some explosive playmakers and
an overall roster that has plenty of depth, this is a team to keep an eye on as they look to give their fans plenty to cheer
about in 2014.
NFL Road Experience
Seeing an NFL game in person is the best way to do it, so you can be
a part of all the action that the National Football League has become famous for. The NFL features some of the most finely-tuned
athletes in the entire world, and you can appreciate their abilities best when you're right there in the stands. The Giants
will take to the road this season to battle it out with some tough teams, and they could use the support of their biggest
fans. Seeing your favorite team take the field away from home is a great way to learn about how the team handles tough situations,
which is something that the Giants have become somewhat famous for thanks to their recent history of road dominance.
New York Giants History
The New York Giants first took the field in 1925, and the team won the NFL Championship
four times before the National Football League merged with the American Football League. The Giants have won four Super Bowls
over the years, taking down the New England Patriots as underdogs twice following the 2007 and 2011 seasons in games that
created a major rivalry between the two franchises. All in all, the Giants are one of the most consistently competitive franchises
in the National Football League, a distinction that fans of the team routinely take immense pride in.
Can you name the three Super Bowl MVPs for the Giants?
The answer is Phil Simms, Otis Anderson
and Eli Manning. Quarterback Simms was a dominant force in the XXI Super Bowl, leading the way over the John Elway and the
Broncos. Just a few years later in Super Bowl XXV, it was running back Otis Anderson who helped control the ball in an underdog
win against the star-studded Buffalo Bills. More recently, Eli Manning captured the MVP in both Super Bowl wins over Tom Brady
and the Patriots.