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Season Recap: 1986 New York Giants
The club's first Super Bowl championship, an all-time final record of 17-2, as well as a club record 12 straight victories, made this year the greatest in team history to date. The Giants also set a record for all-time composite margin of victory in the playoffs, outscoring three opponents 105-23, for an 82-point domination, the most ever in NFL playoff history. Phil Simms was the MVP of the 39-20 Super Bowl victory over Denver after completing a playoff record 88% of his passes (22-25). Lawrence Taylor was named the league's MVP, Joe Morris broke his own club rushing record with 1,516 yards, and eight players—Taylor, Morris, Harry Carson, Leonard Marshall, Jim Burt, Brad Benson, Mark Bavaro and Sean Landeta, were named to the Pro Bowl. Coach Bill Parcells was a unanimous NFL Coach of the Year in all the national polls, the Giants were 10-0 at home, including regular season and the two playoff games, and the team set attendance records at home and on the road.