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2005 New York Giants season

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In the 2005 offseason the Giants acquired former Steelers' wide receiver Plaxico Burress as a free agent. Also, during the 2005 Draft, the Giants used their first pick on Tyvon Branch Authentic Jersey Louisiana St. Cornerback Corey Webster. They then used their next pick on Notre Dame Defensive End Justin Tuck. The rest of their picks included Southern Illinois Running Back Brandon Jacobs and Florida St. The game was originally slated to be a home game for the Saints but had to be moved since the city of New Orleans was still recovering from Hurricane Katrina, and the Louisiana Superdome was untenable after being used as an emergency shelter for locals displaced by the hurricane.[2] Despite the Saints wearing their home colors and the Saints colors and logo being painted in one of the end zones, the game was a de facto home game for the Giants who won easily, 2710.[1] The Giants lost to the Chargers the following week, 4523,[1] in a game which was marked by Chargers fans booing and jeering Eli Manning for refusing to play for the Chargers. Manning and the Giants rebounded the following week however, and beat the St. Louis Rams by a score of 4424.[1]Through eight games, Burress, in a bid to become the first Giant wideout to make the Pro Bowl in 37 years, had 45 catches and five scores. Jeremy Shockey, who had not been as effective as he was in his rookie season, also was beginning to reemerge with 32 catches and over 500 yards receiving after eight weeks.On October 25, 2005, beloved Giants patriarch Wellington Mara died after a brief illness, at the age of 89.[3] Mara had been involved with the Giants since he was 9 years old, when he was a ball boy for the Giants. Except a tour of duty in the military during World War II, Mara spent his entire adult life with the Giants. The New York Giants dedicated their next game to Mara, and shut out the Washington Redskins 360.[1] Afterwards, the Giants went on the road and defeated the San Francisco 49ers 246, but when they got home, lost to the Minnesota Vikings 2421.[1] Just twenty days after Mara's death, on November 15, 2005, the other Giants Executive Officer and wellknown businessman Bob Tisch died at the age of 79. He was diagnosed in 2004 with inoperable brain cancer. Tisch was a philanthropist all his life and donated considerable sums of money to charitable causes. After his diagnosis, he donated money to institutions aimed Tyvon Branch Black Jersey towards the research of drugs and treatments to control brain tumors.The Giants then travelled to Seattle to play Seahawks. With the score tied at 21, kicker Jay Feely missed three field goals that would have given the Giants the lead.[4] The Giants lost 2421 when Seahawks kicker Josh Brown kicked a 36yard field goal.[4] The Giants then defeated the Cowboys 1710.[5] the Giants defense made opposing QB Drew Bledsoe go 15 of 39 for 146 with only one touchdown pass and two interceptions.[5] The Giants then traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and defeated the defending NFC champion Eagles 2623.[1]During the season, the Giants and their stadium mates, the New York Jets, announced plans for a new stadium to replace Giants Stadium for both teams. Construction of said stadium began in 2007 and continued for two years, and the venue opened in 2010 as New Meadowlands Stadium. In 2011 naming rights would be bought by MetLife.On December 17, 2005, in their 2717 home victory against the Kansas City Chiefs, Tiki Barber set the team's single game rushing yard record with 220 breaking the previous record of 218 which had been set by Gene Roberts on November 12, 1950.[6]The Giants were able to clinch at least a wild card berth without playing when the Minnesota Vikings fell to the Baltimore Ravens 3023 in week 16. The Giants then won the NFC East title for the first time since 2000 with a 3021 win against the Oakland Raiders. The team's appearance in the 2005 postseason was their 27th, tied with the Dallas Cowboys and the St. However, the two looked at game film together and worked out their differences.The Giants sent five players to the Pro Bowl. Barber and Shockey went representing the offense, while Strahan and Osi Umenyiora represented the defense and David Tyree was voted as the NFC's special teams player (nonkicker).[7]), .[8]

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