Although at the conclusion of each of these seasons the outcome was always the same, some of New York's first-place finishes were more significant than others. Whether it was a particularly dominant season or an absolutely unforgettable title game, each of the Giants' eight league championships has come with a varying degree of momentousness.
To determine the level of significance, several quantifiable factors—such as winning percentage, point differential and number of Pro Bowlers/All-Pros/Hall of Famers on the roster—will be plugged into the equation. However, many abstract factors, such as the magnitude of the championship or storyline of the season, will also be considered.
In this article, I will rank the Giants' eight championship seasons in ascending order of significance. I will conclude each slide with a brief, one-sentence explanation on that season's rank.
All statistical information courtesy of Pro-Football-Reference.com