The last time the new York giants went to the playoffs was in 2008.
The New York Jets earned a playoff appearance in 2006 with a Wild Card
The 2010 season was the last time the New York Jets went to the playoffs. They defeated the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots, before losing in the AFC Championship game to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The New York Giants, a football team, didn't make the playoffs last year (2009). They ended the season with a 8-8 record. The baseball New York Giants, who moved to San Francisco in 1957, did not make the playoffs in 2009 -- they came in third, behind the Colorado Rockies and Los Angeles Dodgers.
As of 2007, the Giants have made the playoffs in three consecutive seasons.
It is believed that the New York Giants have more fans than the Jets because the Giants have been around since 1925 mean while the Jets joined the NFL in 1963. The NFL got very popular in between 1925 and 1963 and the New York/New Jersey area supported the Giants (because they were the home team). When the New York Jets entered the NFL, they moved in Shea Stadium with the newly formed New York Mets. Some of the New York/New Jersey area fans supported the Jets/Mets, leaving the Giants/Yankees fan base. The Jets fan base has gotten bigger in the last 47 years, but not big enough to over populate the Giants fan base.
2008 was the last time the Yankees missed the playoffs.
The Rangers last made the playoffs in the 2012-13 season.
2009 - they lost to the NY Jets 17-14.
Superbowl 3 is the last superbowl the Jets won!
The New York Jets never beat the Philadelphia Eagles.