Leave a Reply

12 Comments

  • RRaquello 4 years ago

    was there a 1966 NY Giants highlights film? That was one of the worst teams
    in NFL history. In one five game stretch (all losses) they gave up 55, 72,
    49 and 47 points in four of those games. 1966 was a classic sports year in
    NY, with the Giants, Yankees, Knicks & Rangers all finishing in last place
    & the Mets finishing in 9th place out of 10 teams. Only the Jets had a
    decent year.

  • King Bee 4 years ago

    This was the first year that NFL Films, Inc. had bought out all the other
    film companies that heretofore had done the individual NFL team highlights.
    From 1965 forward, NFL Films was the exclusive production house.

  • mkl62 4 years ago

    On this Thanksgiving Day in 1965, the NFL broadcasted its first game in
    color.

  • John Ponzini 4 years ago

    and i was there with dad, rob and uncle joe

  • Kim Ibanez 4 years ago

    I would be interested in purchasing this – I can be reached at kibanez @
    houlihanparnes. com

  • sal vatore 4 years ago

    i have never seen this go giants thank u 4 posting

  • Ken Hidaka 4 years ago

    Thanks 10yardwar, again! You always come through in the clutch.

  • bigjoe4110 4 years ago

    The Giants were respectable this year, but they were a pitiful 2-10-2 in
    1964 and 1-12-1 in 1966. However in 1964 they did cost the Cardinals the
    Eastern Conference title by beating and tying them in their 2 games.

  • edwardpf123 4 years ago

    Boy, we were bad for a long, long time!

  • ab63dc 4 years ago

    The 1965 New York Giants…Earl Morrall…Ernie Koy…Homer Jones…Aaron
    Thomas…Jim Katcavage…Joe Morrison…Steve Thurlow…Carl “Spider
    Lockhart…Willie Williams and the memorable George Timberlake as
    placekicker.

  • Nelson Last 4 years ago

    Wow…I really enjoyed that. It sure brought me back to my early days as a
    football/Giant fan. Thanks!

  • richard hajeski 4 years ago

    A lot of these guys were on the Giant teams of the late 60s, when I started
    getting into sports. I remember the “Goodbye, Allie” chant, the first time
    I heard sarcasm from a crowd. Being a New York Ranger fan, too, it wouldn’t
    be the last.