Found November 05, 2011 on
PLAYERS: David Tyree
WAYNE, N.J. - You hate him. David Tyree knows that.

Giants-Pats revives memories of Tyree's catch

The football kept slipping through David Tyree's fingers, a potential portent of terrible things to come.

Rodney Harrison, David Tyree Disagree Over God's Role in Giants' Super Bowl XLII Victory

David Tyree will forever be remembered for his miraculous catch in Super Bowl XLII, during which he pinned a desperation throw from Eli Manning to his head as Patriots safety Rodney Harrison unsuccessfully tried to wrestle it loose. But despite the devastating nature of New England's loss, Harrison agreed to write the foreword for Tyree's book, More Than Just the Catch: A...

Tight end makes like Super Tyree

FOXBOROUGH -- What’s in a number? Maybe mystique was in play yesterday when a Giants offensive player wearing No. 85 made the most important catch of a huge game against the Patriots. The last time the Giants and Patriots played, it was a wide receiver named David Tyree wearing...

Giants-Pats revives talk of Tyree catch

The football kept slipping through David Tyree's fingers, a potential portent of terrible things to come.

Ex-Giant Tyree, man behind the Helmet Catch, talks about...

The play was called 62 Y Sail Union, and it only changed the course of football history and the lives of the New York Football Giants. Especially Eli Manning’s life. And especially David Tyree’s life. Tyree -- little more than a special-teams standout heading into Super Bowl XLII...

Giants-Pats revives talk of David Tyree's catch

The football kept slipping through David Tyree's fingers, a potential portent of terrible things to come.

Giants blitz

HERO It wasn’t David Tyree’s Super Bowl helmet catch, but tight end Jake Ballard’s overhead grab between two defenders on third-and-10 on the Giants’ final drive was as clutch as you will see in a regular-season game. And Ballard didn’t stop there, hauling in a 1-yard...

Ballard’s clutch catches stuff of Giant dreams 

Jake Ballard wears David Tyree’s No. 85, and he spent a few hours last week watching the highlights of Plaxico Burress’ Super Bowl XLII-winning TD catch. Now he has a

On Eli, they rely

It’s not as though the man isn’t practiced at the art of evasion by now. Witness his Houdini job escaping from a grasping pack of Patriots just before he hurled The Pass to David Tyree that put the Giants on the path to a ring.

New England Patriots vs. New York Giants: Brutally Honest Game Preview

Here we go- two 5-2 NFL clubs with eyes on winning their respective East divisions. And of course New England Patriots vs. New York Giants is a rematch of Super Bowl XL. Most people remember that game from the moment above, when an obscure loser named David Tyree- who never again caught a NFL pass, was the unlikeliest of heroes. I don’t blame James Sanders and Rodney Harrison....

The relevance of Super Bowl XLII to today's game is . . .

By Jim Donaldson

Patriots, Giants Have New Looks

No more Randy Moss, Tedy Bruschi, Rodney Harrison nor David Tyree on the field for Sunday. The Giants and Patriots are hardly the same ones that met in 2007.

Super Bowl XLII Redux: Giants Stun Pats Again

The Ghost of No. 85 Returns to Haunt Patriots  The Giants see a Patriots’ winning streak and they compelled to break it.  Four years ago they derailed the Pats’ quest for an perfect 19-0 season by mounting a memorable comeback in Super Bowl XLII. Yesterday, New England had them on the ropes in protecting their confines, where they had not lost a game since the 2008 season....
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