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Below is the 2015 New York Giants schedule for MetLife Stadium. To buy tickets select the date of the Football game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Giants tickets by phone.

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New York Giants Team Info

The Giants delivered plenty of good football last season. The team, behind Eli Manning, finished the regular season at 11-5 in the tough NFC East.

Eli Manning, despite his pedigree, is still a young quarterback playing in what may be the toughest position in the NFL: Giants Quarterback . Consistency will be the key for Manning to fulfill his potential. The Giants need the quarterback who led his team to six wins in the first eight games of 2005, putting two fourth quarter rallies on his resume along the way. Late in the season though, Manning hit a rough spot, throwing more than twice as many interceptions as touchdowns over the last six games. It was a tough experience for the young QB, but one that should make him a better field general in the long run.

The Giants are certainly giving Eli Manning everything they can. The Draft yielded Sinorice Moss, a top ranked draft prospect. Moss joins a receiver group that includes Plaxico Burress, Amani Toomer, the speedy Tim Carter, and of course tight end Jeremy Shockey. Added together, this is one of the best collections of receivers in football. Defending the pass against the Giants is going to give defensive coordinators around the league nightmares.   

Amazingly, the Giants can still depend on running back Tiki Barber to carry his weight. Barber had an amazing year for a running back over the 30 year mark, running for 1,860 yards on the ground and adding another 530 yards in receptions. The question is how much more can the Giants get from Barber? Look for Brandon Jacobs to take some of the load off the aging running back. Barber, at 6’ 4” and 26 pounds, will be used in short yardage and goal line situations to save the wear and tear on Barber.

After getting whipped in the first round of the playoffs, the Giants are coming back stronger than ever. LaVar Arrington comes over to beef up the defense, Sinorice Moss completes an already strong group of wideouts, and 1st round draft choice Kiwanaku Mathias provides great depth behind Michael Strahan and Justin Tuck. The Giants will need it all as the NFC East keeps getting tougher every year. The best football is coming from the East and the best way to see the war is with the Giants.