Giants named a "Best-built team" of 2000's

Posted Jul 7, 2014

NFL Network named the best built NFL teams of the first decade of the 2000's.

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This week on NFL Network, Charley Casserly, the Super Bowl XXVI winning GM of the Washington Redskins, named the best-built NFL teams of the first decade of the 2000's.
Casserly ranked the New York Giants in a tie for fifth with the Baltimore Ravens. He cited the Giants' two Super Bowl appearances in the decade including a win over the New England Patriots in the "Game of the Decade," Super Bowl XLII.

Big Blue had six postseason appearances in the 2000's
The Ravens had the seventh-most wins in the decade and won Super Bowl XXXV.
Ranked above the Giants in the top four spots were the Patriots, Steelers, Colts, and Eagles.
Philadelphia had five Conference Championship appearances and was listed fourth due to consistency throughout the decade.
The Indianapolis Colts were named the third best-built team. The Colts won 12 or more games in seven consecutive seasons and were Super Bowl XLI champions.
With two Super Bowl victories in the decade, the Pittsburgh Steelers were ranked second, while three-time Super Bowl champion New England was named the best built team.
What do you think Giants fans? Do you agree with being named the fifth best-built team of the 2000's?