Found January 30, 2013 on Big Giants Boom:
Tom Uddo BGB Correspondent With the Super Bowl less than a week away from kickoff, talk is already stirring about who will claim the most valuable player award when it is all said and done. The past five out of seven winners of the award have been quarterbacks and New York Giants quarterback, Eli Manning, has captured the award twice (2011 and 2007) in the most extreme of fashions. Since the Super Bowl era began, two other players have been able to obtain the MVP award as a New York Giant; Ottis Anderson in Super Bowl XXV (1990) and Phil Simms in Super Bowl XXI (1986). But how do the performances of these two Giants, compare to the spectacles that Eli Manning showcased on the field, leading Big Blue to two championships in four years? Here's how... 4) Ottis Anderson (Photo Credit: Spokeo) The Giants came into Super Bowl XXV as underdogs against the Buffalo Bills, who ran a relentless no-huddle offense, leading the league in total points scored that ...

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