Frank Gifford autographed New York Giants 8x10 photo with HOF 77 inscription, which shows him on the sideline with offensive coordinator Vince Lombardi in the background. He began his NFL career with the New York Giants by playing both offense and defense, a rarity when platoon NFL became popular after World War II. He made eight Pro Bowl appearances and had five trips to the NFL Championship Game. Gifford's biggest season may have been 1956, when he won the Most Valuable Player award of the NFL, and led the Giants to the NFL title over the Chicago Bears. He was selected to NFL 1950s All-Decade Team and the NFL Hall of Fame in 1977. This was includes a certificate of authenticity and matching serial numbered hologram from James Spence Authentication.