The Giants haven't played their home games in New York since the 1975 season, when they called Shea Stadium home. That came two years after their final game at Yankee Stadium, with one season playing home games in New Haven in-between.
They've called New Jersey home since then, playing home games first at Giants Stadium and now at MetLife Stadium. Wouldn't that make them the New Jersey Giants?
Presidential candidate Cory Booker, who is a Senator representing New Jersey after serving as the Mayor of Newark, has some ideas...
"Can I tell you a dream?" Booker said on the 'Fired Up' podcast. "And I'm running for president for every reason, but this. But should I become president of the United States, and the stars in the universe line up, and my team is the Super Bowl champions that year, I'm telling you right now, when they're in the White House, I will turn to the world and say -- it won't be a slip of the tongue -- I will say, 'I am proud to be here with the New Jersey Giants. At that point, I figure I will have swagger, Secret Service, the nuclear codes. Are they really going to step to me and correct me?"
Booker went on to say that New York "takes everything, even the mayors."
"Ed Koch was born in Jersey," Booker continued. "Listen, 700,000 of my people from Jersey commute to New York. We are driving that city."
Whether or not Booker gets the chance to dub the Giants the "New Jersey Giants" is very much in question. He'll be on the stage for the next Democratic debate, but he isn't one of the favorites for the nomination.