This was an easy one. The answer is Brad Maynard, who the Giants took in the third round of the 1997 NFL Draft. Maynard was a solid punter right off the bat, setting NFL records for punts and punt yardage by a rookie. He was the Giants' punter in their 34-7 whitewash loss to Baltimore in Super Bowl XXXV, setting the SB record for punts that night with 11. He left for Chicago via free agency in 2001 and is still punting today (currently with Cleveland).
Dave Jennings was named to four Pro Bowls and was one the game's finest punters, but he played during the Ray Guy era in the NFL. Oakland's Guy was the gold standard and Jennings was widely considered his lesser NFC counterpart during that period. The major difference between the two was that the Raiders were contenders and the Giants were doormats. Guy helped Oakland keep opponents pinned down in their own territory while Jennings' job was rescue the Giants' stumbling offense from futility.
Sean Landeta was also a weapon. Yes, we know he whiffed on that one in Chicago, but he was known for his high, booming kicks. Landeta made two Pro Bowls as a Giant and played for six teams overall after coming over from the defunct USFL in 1985. He was the Giants' punter for both Super Bowl teams under Bill Parcells and was named to the NFL's All-Decade teams for both the 1980's and the 1990's. He finished his career with the Giants in 2006.
Jeff Feagles has played more games (352) than any punter in NFL history. 112 of them were with the Giants between 2003-09. Feagles was the Giants' punter in Super Bowl XLII and made his lone Pro Bowl appearance for the Giants the very next week. He is the NFL's all-time leader in consecutive games played (352), punts (1713), punts inside the 20 (497) and punting yardage (71,211).
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