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Which of these Giants FG's was the best ever?

Dec. 14, 1958: Pat Summerall kicks Giants past Cleveland
Summerall kicked a 49-yard field goal with two minutes remaining through the wind and snow in Yankee Stadium to give the Giants a 13-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns. The victory enabled the Giants to host the Browns again the following week in an Eastern Conference Playoff Game. The Giants won that game to advance to the NFL Championship Game against the Baltimore Colts, to whom they lost in overtime, 23-17, in what has since been called The Greatest Game Ever Played.

Dec. 19, 1981: Danelo ends playoff drought
Joe Danelo made a 35-yard field goal in overtime against Dallas, sending the Giants to the playoffs for the first time in 18 years.**

**Nov. 16 & 23, 1986: Raul Allegre kicks back-to-back winners

Down the stretch in the Giants' 1986 championship season, Allegre kicked back-to-back game-winners against Minnesota and Denver while making nine of 10 field goals in the two-week stretch.Oct. 21, 1990: Bahr beats Arizona

Bahr kicked a 40-yard field goal as time expired to beat the Cardinals 20-19 in Giants Stadium during the 1990 championship season.Jan. 20, 1991: Bahr scores 'em all in NFC Championship Game

Matt Bahr made all five of his field goal attempts in the 1990 NFC Championship Game against San Francisco, including a 42-yarder as time expired for a 15-13 victory.**

Jan. 27, 1991: Matt Bahr put Giants ahead in Super Bowl XXV**

Overshadowed by Scott Norwood's last-second missed field goal that defined the Super Bowl, it was Giants kicker Matt Bahr who made a 21-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to put Big Blue ahead for good and win 20-19.
Sept. 17, 2006: Feely sends it to OT

With seven seconds remaining in regulation against Philadelphia, Jay Feely kicked a 35-yarder to send the game to overtime, where the Giants won 30-24 after rallying from a 17-point deficit.Jan. 20, 2008: Lawrence Tynes sends Giants to Super Bowl

Lawrence Tynes came through with a 47-yard field goal in overtime of the NFC Championship Game, giving the Giants a 23-20 victory over the Green Bay Packers at frostbitten Lambeau Field.**

Sept. 20, 2009: Tynes, Giants spoil opening of Cowboys Stadium**

Tynes kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired at Dallas to beat the Cowboys 33-31 in the first game at Cowboys Stadium.

Jan. 22, 2012: Tynes does it again
Tynes kicked a game-winning 31-yard field goal in overtime, sending the Giants to Super Bowl XLVI with a 20-17 victory over San Francisco in the NFC Championship Game.

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