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Season Recap: 1985 New York Giants

With a final 10-6 mark, the Giants put back-to-back winning seasons on the board for the first time in 22 years, won another trip to the playoffs and had their first home playoff game since 1962, winning 17-3 over the defending Super Bowl champion 49ers. Again, the club lost in the divisional playoffs to the eventual Super Bowl champion team, the Chicago Bears, 21-0. Five players -- Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson, Phil Simms, Joe Morris and Leonard Marshall -- were named to the Pro Bowl. There were 12 team records set by this club, and 16 individual club records. Morris set team records with 1,336 rushing yards and 21 touchdowns. Simms set club marks with 40 completions and 513 passing yards in a game. Marshall added another club mark with 15.5 QB sacks in a season, while rookie TE Mark Bavaro, an All-NFL Rookie team choice set a club mark with 12 receptions in one game.

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