The Most 300 Passing Yard Games In New York Giants History


The New York Giants are a great team that has had a long and interesting history in the National Football League. They have won some big games over the years. They have also had some big plays made by the great players who have played there.

Measuring the effectiveness of a quarterback is difficult, but one popular yardstick to use is the 300 game stat. A quarterback who throws for 300 or more yards in a game has been very successful at moving the ball through the air. With that in mind, here is a look at quarterbacks of the New York Giants, ranked by how many 300 yard games they had during their time with the team. All information is current through the 2010 season.

#1 – Phil Simms – 21

#2 – Kerry Collins – 17

#3 – Eli Manning – 14

#4 – Y.A. Tittle – 9

#5 – Scott Brunner – 4 (tie)
#5 – Fran Tarkenton – 4 (tie)

#7 – Jeff Rutledge – 3

#8 – Randy Johnson – 2

#9 – Jeff Hostetler – 1

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