Hall of Famer and former Giants QB Y.A. Tittle died on Sunday at the age of 90.
Tittle played in the NFL from 1948-1964 with his final four seasons with the Giants. He led the league in touchdowns for three seasons -- two with the Giants in 1962 and 1963. He was also named the 1963 AP Most Valuable Player.
Tittle brought the Giants to the Super Bowl for three straight seasons, but was unable to come up with a championship.
The Giants retired Tittle's No. 14 when his career ended, and he was one of the first members of the team's Ring of Honor back in 2010.
In four seasons with the Giants, Tittle amassed 10,439 yards and 96 touchdowns in 54 games.