Started watching the Giants in '57 or '58 and they are still my team through all these years. As one gets older the memory seems to be less accurate. I am trying to recall "one play" which is always hard.
This would be a 'goal line' head on collision/tackle and I don't know the player's name or even the year but it was one of those 'never forget' (of course I recall it but not the facts). Giants at their goal line, opposing player started over right tackle and WHAMMO... the Giants (believe it was a linebacker) player met him about 1 ft behind the line of scrimmage head on and everyone heard the hit. The runner (who was a known guy) was stopped dead in his tracks and the Giants stopped the touchdown. This would have been 'before' the middle '70s I think. The player may have been Dryer but I recall the player was white, had a short name and might not have played too long for the Giants (which again might make it Dryer)... not much to go on but perhaps someone can recall that one play (out of so many)... thanks.