Since the 1970 merger, which player led the Giants in rushing with the fewest amount of yards in a single season?
The answer is....Bobby Duhon, who rushed for a paltry 344 yards in 1971. Runner up was Joe Montgomery, whose 348 yards led the club in 1999.
Duhon was thrust into action in 1971 when the franchise's first 1,000-yard rusher - Ron Johnson - went down after two games with a knee injury. Johnson would return the next season and register his second 1,000-yard season as a Giant. As Johnson went, so did the Giants. His two big years were the only winning seasons the Giants would register between 1963 and 1981.
Today's question: Giants' LS Zak DeOssie (Brown) and OL Kevin Boothe (Cornell) became only the third and fourth Ivy Leaguers to earn Super Bowl rings. The second was Dallas Cowboys' backup QB (and current head coach) Jason Garrett, who played his college ball at Princeton, and also played several seasons as a Giant.
Who was the first Ivy Leaguer to win a Super Bowl ring? (Hint: he already had one when he came to the Giants, where he would win another.)