1. LAWRENCE TAYLOR Linebacker, 1981-93 What more can you say about the most dominant pass rusher in NFL history? Taylor could change the course of a game with a single pass rush around the end. How dangerous was he? Offensive coordinators would routinely revolve their game plan around staying away from Taylor as much as possible, often with futile results. Taylor was a 10-time Pro Bowler and an eight-time first-team All Pro. When he retired, he had a franchise-best 132.5 sacks. Taylor was a first-ballot Hall of Famer in 1998. (Credit: Getty)
Ever wonder why the Giants' colors are blue, red and white?
Well, this video from the NFL doesn't entirely answer that question, but it does give you a look into the evolution of the team's uniforms from the 1930s through 2012.