Found January 23, 2012 on
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The Giants are back in the Super Bowl.
If a movie studio put out a flick with a script this unoriginal, they'd be sued for plagiarism. Another Lawrence Tynes field goal in overtime of the NFC Championship Game made possible by a hideous error by a member of the opposition leads to another date with the New England Patriots for all the marbles.
Unoriginal, but pretty darn satisfying as far as these things go. Five straight wins with nowhere to go but golfing if they couldn't win a game and none of those wins was nearly as compelling as the one they pulled off in San Francisco Sunday night.
After two weeks against stuffed shirts, the 49ers put forth an effort that made it clear that they actually deserved all the praise that's been showered on them this season. Their defense, led by Patrick Willis and Justin Smith, was not going to allow the Giants an inch unless they spilled a little blood to get it.
It looked a lot like the performance the Giants put together to beat th...
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Lawrence Tynes' 31-yard field goal sailed through the uprights, and the Giants are somehow back in the Super Bowl for a rematch against the Patriots.
When Lawrence Tynes' 31-yard field goal split the uprights in overtime Sunday night, members of the Giants' front office loudly celebrated in the back of the Candlestick Park press box.
It all seemed so familiar. Lawrence Tynes running with his hand in the air after another overtime field goal. The Giants’ sideline erupting knowing the New England Patriots await. Even Tom Coughlin admitted resistance is now futile, and there’s no avoiding comparisons to the Giants’ glorious ...
Only the mother of a kicker could feel for Baltimore goat Billy Cundiff
Maggie-Ann Tynes, mom of Big Blue-footed hero Lawrence Tynes, said today her heart still bleeds for a man she’s never met — the Ravens field-goal specialist who choked a chip shot that would have kept Baltimore’s...
Lawrence Tynes kicked a 31-yard field goal in sudden-death overtime as New York beat San Francisco 20-17 in the NFC Championship Game.
SAN FRANCISCO — Kickers have dreams, too. And nightmares.
Lawrence Tynes dreamed on Saturday night that he would kick the game winner in the NFC Championship Game last night and, again, his Super dreams have come true.
After his 31-yard field goal screamed through the uprights at the 7:06 mark...
Around 2 minutes after Lawrence Tynes kicked a game winning field goal to send the Giants to the Super Bowl, the boys in Vegas had a Super Bowl line all ready to go. The line opened up at Patriots -4 or -3.5 pending on which site you use. However by Monday afternoon the line had dropped down to Patriots -3, where it currently stands.
The wise guys in Vegas expect historic betting...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Lawrence Tynes made the Sunday night field goal that has the New York Giants preparing for next week's Super Bowl at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Lawrence Tynes booted the Giants into the Super Bowl again.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Eli Manning is headed to another Super Bowl with a shot to show the world he belongs in the same breath as Tom Brady. Manning directed one short, final drive and Lawrence Tynes kicked a game-winning 31-yard field goal in sudden death overtime, sending the New York Giants to the Super Bowl with a 20-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game Sunday...
Drudgereport.com might be a great place for news about politics and other boring stuff, but they don't know a darn about sports. This picture was on their front page minutes after GIANTS kicker Lawrence Tynes sent the New York Giants and quarterback ELI Manning to Super Bowl XLVI.
I'm submitting my resume as you read this...
And suddenly, the 49ers ran out of miracles. Kyle Williams, who also botched a punt in regulation, fumbled on a punt return in overtime and the Giants recovered on the 49ers' 24-yard line, setting up Lawrence Tynes for...
One of the lasting images from the Giants’ overtime victory Sunday in the NFC Championship Game, as captured by Fox’s cameras, will be punter Steve Weatherford’s profanity-laden celebration after getting down the hold on Lawrence Tynes’ game-winning field goal against the 49ers.