Watch Party with NY Giants Great Sean Landeta
Thursday, September 21, 2023
Come on out to the Meadowlands Racetrack/FanDuel Sportsbook and watch the NY Giants take on the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday Night Football. Featuring special guest NY Giants great Sean Landeta!
Gallery doors open 7pm. Game time 8:15pm. No cover charge.
Full bar and table service available through the end of the game.
Landeta will be onsite showcasing this Super Bowl rings, jersey, helmet, trophies and photos. WPIX Sports Anchor Marc Malusis will host the event.
Fans can pose for pictures and snag an autograph or two
- Spent 10 seasons as a Punter with the NY Giants in the National Football League. (’85, ’86, ’87, ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91, ’92, ’93, ’06)
- Member of and played in two NY Giants Super Bowl Championships, Super Bowl XXI in 1986 and Super Bowl XXV in 1990.
- longest tenured Punter in NFL history and the oldest Punter to ever play in the league.
- First punter in NFL history to play 20 years at the position.
- Voted to the NFL’s All Pro Team five times, was named First Team All NFL three times, and went to two Pro Bowls during his tenure with the NY Giants.
- Averaged over 42.5 yds. per punt 8 different times, more than any other punter in NY Giants history.
- Highest punting avg. in club history since the AFL/NFL merger 40 years ago. (43.4 avg on 525 punts)
- Only Punter in NY Giants history to lead the NFL in Punting avg. (44.8) in 1986, Net Punting avg. (37.8) in 1989, and Inside 20 punts (24) in 1990
- Named Punter of the Decade for the 1980’s (First Team) and was named Punter of the Decade for the 1990’s (Second Team).
- Named to the NY Giants All Time Team by NFL History.net as the punter.
- Named as the Punter on ESPN’s 40th Anniversary All Time Super Bowl Team.
- Played professional football for 25 years with 6 different teams during his career as a punter, three in the United States Football League (USFL) and 22 in the NFL.
- Played for the Giants, Rams, Eagles, Bucs, Packers and Stars of the USFL
- Named All Pro 8 times during his pro football career: ’83, ’84, ’85, ’86, ’89, ’90, ’94, and ’96
- Named by ESPN.com New York as one of the 50 greatest Giants of all time.