Found February 06, 2012 on Beat Writers Blog:
PLAYERS: Greg Jones
TEAMS: New York Giants
Giants rookie linebacker had practice squad player hold ring during game

NY Giants' David Tyree says this Super Bowl run was similar to the last

'It ended on defense and that's the identity of New York Giant football,' Tyree says

Politi: Giants' Tom Coughlin shows no signs of quit after second Super Bowl championship

Giants coach will be back after masterfully leading team to a Super Bowl title

Giants WR Victor Cruz signs with IMG Agency day after Super Bowl victory

Victor Cruz was the breakout star for the New York Giants this season. Now, one day after becoming a Super Bowl champion, Cruz has signed with IMG, the agency that also represents Patriots Tom Brady and his wife Gisele. IMG Worldwide specializes in sports, fashion and media. According to the IMG, the company’s clients division will [...]

Stop comparing Eli Manning and start appreciating his accomplishments

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning signals during his first series of downs against the New England Patriots in the first quarter at Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 5, 2012 in Indianapolis. The NFC champion New York Giants play the AFC champion New England Patriots. UPI/Kevin Dietsch Eli Manning will never be a prototypical gunslinger. He’ll never be...

Video: Extended footage of the New York Giants victory parade in New York City.

NEW YORK- Feb. 7–The New York Giants Super Bowl victory parade brought out almost one million fans today  that came to party with the NFL World Champions. The extensive video is below. 

Boothe gaffes don’t ‘hold’ so costly in the long run

INDIANAPOLIS — In another scenario, Kevin Boothe could have been one of the scapegoats for the Giants had they not pulled out last night’s 21-17 victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. Boothe did not drop a huge pass, blow a big tackle or miss a key field goal...

New York 21, New England 17: Giants' late heroics top Patriots in Super Bowl

No one does fourth quarters better than Eli Manning. And no one has the Patriots' number quite like the Giants. Manning led an 88-yard touchdown drive in the final minutes of another thrilling Super Bowl as the Giants beat the Patriots, 21-17, at Lucas Oil Stadium.

New York Giants’ Eli Manning, Tom Coughlin cement legendary legacies

I Nice to see an old warrior who socked away enough of his haul. Jim Plunkett, the former Oakland Raiders quarterback who won two Super Bowls, brought 15 people to this one at $1,200 a head just for tickets.

Tom Coughlin has 2 Super Bowls, and job for life

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - No more hot seat for Tom Coughlin. No more second-guessing.The 65-year-old Coughlin made NFL history on Sunday, becoming the oldest coach to win a Super Bowl by guiding the Giants to a 21-17 victory over New England for his second NFL championship in four years."What I was ...

Tom Coughlin reiterates that he isn’t retiring

Tom Coughlin is coming back for the 2012 season. Coughlin put any lingering doubt to rest about that during his press conference on Monday morning, reiterating the point he’s made several times when the issue has come up over the last two weeks. The idea that he’d ride off into the sunset had some dramatic…

Tom Coughlin has 2 Super Bowls, and job for life

No more hot seat for Tom Coughlin. No more second-guessing.

Super Bowl-champion Giants return home

Smiles were the order of the day, as the Super Bowl-champion New York Giants returned home, victorious once again.

40 Giants-Patriots Super Bowl Takeaways

40) If you want to kill the Patriots defense, just tell them that every down is third39) Shaun Weather- ford is very, very excited about punting38) Brady took an intentional grounding for safety, just to ruin everyone's prop bet37) The Patriot defense can force turnovers, but only with 12 men on the field36) NBC didn't want to show Victor Cruz dancing after a touchdown right...
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