Earlier this week, we asked you to vote in a poll to let us know what you thought would qualify as a good season for the New York Giants, who report for 2017 training camp on Thursday.
The results are in, and it is readily apparent that the generic answer is “better than last year.”
- Of 2,070 voters, 689 (33 percent) would consider nothing less than an NFC Championship Game appearance to be a successful season.
- Thirty percent (624 voters) would accept winning a playoff game.
- Five percent (107 voters) say reaching the Super Bowl would qualify as a good season.
- Twenty-four percent of voters (507) are hung up on the George Steinbrenner-esque notion that the only successful season is one that ends in a Super Bowl title.
Is this about what you would have expected from the results, Giants fans? I’m not surprised. Equaling last season or going backwards is not the goal.
What would you consider to be a good season for the Giants?
This poll is closed
A winning record, whether they make the playoffs or not
Making the playoffs
Winning a playoff game
Reaching the NFC Championship Game
Reaching the Super Bowl
Winning the Super Bowl