Found January 16, 2013 on Big Giants Boom:
Photo courtesy of Yahoo Jose Otero Featured Columnist The third Sunday in January brings Conference Championship Sunday. While unfortunately, the Giants will not be participating this Sunday, lets take a look back and rank the five Giants NFC Championship Game appearances. #5- 1986 NFC Championship Game     January 11, 1987, Giants Stadium     Giants 17 Redskins 0 The Giants did not disappoint in their first ever NFC Championship appearance. The tone was set during the coin toss. After the Giants won it, they elected to kick off with 32mph winds to their backs. With that advantage, the Giants went ahead quickly 10-0 by making the most of consecutive 3 and outs, and bad punts by Washington Punter Steve Cox putting the Giants in excellent field position. After that, it was smooth sailing as the Giants defense held the Skins to just 190 yards in total offense and sacked Skins QB Jay Schroeder four times. Joe Morris added  87 tough Yards, and a TD to give the Giant...
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