In his 14 years with the New York Giants, defensive end George Martin saw it all. Spending his entire career with the team and winning Super Bowl XXI in 1987, Duck fans and Giant fans alike can appreciate Martin’s impressive resume.
Missing only six games in his long-lived career, the former Duck racked up 90 quarterback sacks and became the NFL’s leading lineman in scoring in 1985 when he returned an interception for his fifth career touchdown.
At the end of his time in New York, Martin had seven total touchdowns.
One of Martin’s most memorable moments came when he sacked future-Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway in the endzone for a safety during Super Bowl XXI. The Giants went on to defeat the Denver Broncos 39-20.
In 2004, Martin was inducted into the Sports Hall of Fame of New Jersey for his time with the Giants.