John Mara is President and CEO of the Giants. Mara is the person most Big Blue fans will recognize as the team owner. The other owner, Steve Tisch, is the team’s chairman and executive vice president. However, Tisch has spent most of his tenure behind the scenes, particularly in recent years after suffering the loss of his daughter in August 2020. After the Giants’ 31-24 win on Sunday, the 73-year-old film and television producer had some glowing words about his team.
Over the past few miserable seasons, Steve Tisch has spoken out to let fans know his team’s performance was unacceptable to the owners. After a stellar performance from quarterback Daniel Jones, Tisch let nydailynews.com’s Pat Leonard say he’s pleased with the Giants’ new direction. “My family and I are proud of the players, coaches and staff and how everyone across the organization worked together to make this season a success,” Tisch was quoted as saying. “We’re happy for the Giants fans who have been through some tough times with us over the past few years. We value their support, passion and enthusiasm.”
Making the playoffs and winning is the goal for every Giants owner. This is an organization that expects to win Super Bowls. Tisch knows that may not be the case this year, but he believes his team is on the right track. “Joe and Dabs laid the foundation for continued success,” continued Tisch. “We all agree that there is still a lot to do. Their shared vision and constant dialogue is always about what is best for the organization, as well as their consistent approach day-to-day and great communication with John (Mara) and I.” The Giants meet at 8pm on Saturday night: 3 p.m. on FOX on the Philadelphia Eagles.
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