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|revmoran||Numbers that came out of retirement||18||Nov 4 2009, 7:51 AM EST by Superstarzchef|
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After Ray Flaherty's #1 was retired (he left the Giants in 1935) Frank Cope wore #1 in 1946; Supposedly Tuffy Leemans' #4 was retired in 1940, but he wore it through 1943 and Leland Shaffer was #4 in 1945.
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|joeschmidtwrites||Retired Numbers; Ring of Honor||0||Nov 18 2012, 10:37 PM EST by joeschmidtwrites|
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Although he never won a Super Bowl, Tiki Barber surpassed Frank Gifford in various notable statistical categories. I am not arguing for a Hall of Fame ballot for Tiki, nor saying he was "better" than the Hall of Famer Frank Gifford. I am recognizing that Tiki represented the best of an era of Giants football that might be honored with a ring. Michael Strahan, who hung on to win the Super Bowl, should be first ballot Hall of Famer. His number would be retired in a perfect world. The main thing, from Tuffy, to Giff, to LT, to Strahan, is that we remember their notable contribution to the venerable New York Football Giants tradition.
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