The 1927New York Giants season was the third season for the club in the National Football League, and first under head coach Earl Potteiger. The Giants suffered their own loss and sole tie to the Cleveland Bulldogs. They were ranked first in yards allowed, yards gained, and points allowed. And were second in points scored. Over the entire season the Giants scored 197 points and allowed 20. The team was led in scoring by fullback Jack McBride who scored 57 points, with six rushing touchdowns, two field goals and 15 extra points.