Steve Tisch co-owns the New York Giants. But he is usually more of a silent partner when it comes to the NFL franchise. That is why it was so unusual that he spoke about the Giants’ 31-24 victory over the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
The NY Giants were the underdog wild card team and took down a division winner in the Minnesota Vikings playing on the road. So far, they are the only road team to win in this year’s NFL playoffs.
The Giants came from behind to win in their first playoff game since 2016. They took the lead for good on a late 4th quarter touchdown.
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After the game ended, Steve Tisch said, “My family and I are proud of the players, coaches and staff and how everyone throughout the entire organization has worked together to make this a successful season. We are happy for the Giants fans who have endured some tough times with us in recent years. We appreciate their support, passion and enthusiasm.”
“Joe [Schoen] and [Brian Daboll] have laid the foundation for continued success,” added Steve Tisch about the NY Giants. “We all agree there is much work left to be done. Their shared vision and constant dialogue is always about what is best for the organization, as is their consistent approach day in and day out and the great communication with John [Mara] and me.”
Steve Tisch is an Academy-award winning producer; partner at Escape Artists Productions; Chairman, Executive Vice President and Co-Owner of the New York Football Giants; and a committed philanthropist. He is the only person with both an Oscar and a Super Bowl ring, winning Best Picture for Forrest Gump in 1994 and receiving two Super Bowl rings as Chairman of the Giants for Super Bowls XLII and XLVI.