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10. TIKI BARBER, Running back, 1997-06The diminutive running
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10. TIKI BARBER, Running back, 1997-06
The diminutive running back overcame fumbling problems early in his career and blossomed into the team's all-time leading rusher. Barber finished with 10,449 rushing yards and 55 rushing TDs. He retired a year before the Giants won Super Bowl XLII, and his critical remarks of Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin have brought about criticism of Barber himself by many Giants' fans. At his Ring of Honor induction ceremony in August 2010, Barber was the only one booed by fans. Even so, it's tough to overlook his on-field accomplishments, which could put him in line for a Hall of Fame induction.(Credit: AP)

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Countdown: Top 10 Giants of all time

How do you shrink more than 85 years as a flagship NFL franchise into a top 10 list of all-time? Not easy when you're talking about the Giants, who started up in 1925 and have produced a ton of great players who have given the team plenty to celebrate over the decades. Newsday's Bob Glauber gives his take on the best of the best.