1933-GIANTS 56, EAGLES 0
Week 5 -- Oct. 15, 1933 at Polo Grounds
In their largest shutout victory in team history, the New York Giants beat one of their oldest rivals, the Philadelphia Eagles, 56-0. It would be the first of four shutouts the 1933 Giants claimed over their opponents that season.
Eastern Conference Playoff -- Dec. 21 at Yankee Stadium
After beating Cleveland twice in regular season -- including the game in which Pat Summerall kicked his famous game-winning field goal in the snow -- the Giants scored the lone touchdown on Frank Gifford’s lateral to Charlie Conerly. They also held Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown to a career-low eight yards on seven carries for the shutout victory.
NFC Championship -- Jan. 11, 1987 at Giants Stadium
The Giants won the coin toss and, in the face of 35-mph winds, famously chose to defend, which would be one of the game’s most important calls. Touchdowns by Lionel Manuel and Joe Morris along with a Raul Allegre field goal produced a 17-0 halftime lead for the Giants before the defense took absolute control in second half. With the victory, the Giants punched a ticket to their first Super Bowl in franchise history.
NFC Championship Game -- Jan. 14, 2001 at Giants Stadium
In one of the most dominant performances ever in a championship game, the Giants raced to a 34-0 halftime lead and crushed the Vikings to advance to their first Super Bowl in 10 years. The Giants rolled up 518 total yards and 31 first downs, while the defense limited Minnesota’s heralded attack to 114 yards and nine first downs.
Week 8 -- Oct. 30, 2005 at Giants Stadium
After enduring a wrenching and emotional week in which Wellington Mara, the Giants’ patriarch, passed away, and two days after attending his funeral, the Giants put one on of their most dominant performances in recent memory and crushed the Washington Redskins, 36-0, in Giants Stadium.