2000 New York Giants NFC Championship Ring Presented to DB Ramos McDonald
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After winning the NFC East division with a 12-4 record during the 2000 regular season, the New York Giants entered the playoffs with a full head of steam. After defeating the Eagles 20-10 in the divisional round, the Giants pummeled the Minnesota Vikings 41-0 in one of the most lopsided NFC Title games ever. That set up a meeting with the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XXXV. With a menacing defense led by Ray Lewis, the Ravens were a handful for the New York and took out the Giants, 34-7. In spite of this loss in the big game, the Giants’ 2000 season will be forever revered among New York faithful. With the thunder and lightning backfield duo of Ron Dayne and Tiki Barber, a relentless pass-rusher in Michael Strahan, and quarterback Kerry Collins having the best season of his career, there were many great moments.
Featured here is a gorgeous 2000 NFC Champions ring issued to defensive back Ramos McDonald, a heavily coveted memento from that unique team. This elegant 14 karat gold ring was made by Jostens. The face showcases the iconic “NY” in block letters adorned with 16 real diamonds atop a sapphire stone. “NFC Champions” appears in raised letters on the face, with the entire perimeter lined with 39 more diamonds. In total, the diamond content is 1.38 carats. One shank has “McDONALD” and his jersey No. “25” engraved above a Giants helmet and the team’s overall record that season of 14-5. The other shank has “41-0 Super Bowl XXXV 2000” and the George Halas NFC trophy. The Jostens emblem logo and “14K” are stamped inside the band. All elements of the ring come as-issued. The ring is a size 11.5 and weighs 51 grams. It includes the original presentational box.