2012 was an off year for the New York Giants. They finished with a 9-7 record and missed the playoffs.
In both 2007 and 2011, the Giants overcame mediocre starts and put together a string of victories capped by wins in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI. Accordingly, they became World Champions and the darlings of the NYC sports scene....despite having been generally thought to be bums only a couple of months earlier.
Led by Eli Manning at QB and Tom Coughlin at the helm, the Giants should be competitive again in 2013, and there is every reason to believe that they may be 'in it to win it' once again.
IT IS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO BUY SINGLE GAME TICKETS TO A GIANTS GAME. Seats are sold almost exclusively as season tickets and in other multi-game sets, and most been sold out for 20-plus years. So....if you are interested in seeing a Giants game this season, you might want to consider premium tickets, which are sold at market prices, generally well above face-value (the price you might have paid if your great-great-grandfather had been a big football fan).
The Giants play at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, which they share with the Jets. Public transportation is available to the MetLife Stadium (which is in New Jersey). Read more here