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No player should feel more at home at the Super Bowl than New York Giants offensive tackle James Brewer, even though it would be a huge upset if he were to be listed on the active roster for the game.
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Other than a problem with a team bus, the New York Giants' final walkthrough before the Super Bowl went smoothly Saturday.
The second of four buses carrying the team from the hotel to the University of Indianapolis had to be replaced after engine problems. The NFL had a substitute bus on hand and quickly got the players and coaches back en route, with a delay of roughly five...
INDIANAPOLIS • Shortly before
the New York Giants left for the Super Bowl, a pep rally was held
for wide receiver Victor Cruz at his old school, Paterson (N.J.)
Public School No. 21.
You would be hard-pressed to find a quarterback playing better clutch football than Eli Manning has played during the Giants' surge to the Super Bowl.
It's been hours since I last blogged because my day has been jammed with events from 7 a.m. this morning. After I left Amani Toomer, I arrived at the Giants hotel for their final camera time before Sunday.
At his final public appearance before the Super Bowl, Giants coach Tom Coughlin said Friday morning that as he looks back on this season, he’s been impressed with the way his players have performed when the pressure was greatest — which sounds like a good sign that they’ll be ready to go on Sunday. “We’ve…
Super Bowl XLVI: To say that Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara is living a dream by playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday implies his rookie season has been idyllic. It has not.
He is supposed to be at the microphone, at the front of the White River Ballroom at 9:30 and Tom Coughlin is there at exactly 9:30, of course he is, he is Tom Coughlin and if he won’t allow you to be late for his team meetings, he sure isn’t going to be late when he stands next to the Vince Lombardi Trophy on Friday of Super Bowl Week. Only it is different this time for Coughlin...
Tonight marks the Giants’ fifth Super Bowl appearance, all in the last 26 years. Here’s a ranking of Big Blue’s 10 biggest plays in its four previous performances:
10 Justin Tuck’s Sack Of Tom BradySuper Bowl XLII
Pinned back to their 11-yard line with 1:47 to...
The New York Giants have three Super Bowl titles (XXI in 1986,XXV in 1990, and XLII in 2007). They also have four titles in the pre-Super Bowl era: 1927, 1934, 1938, 1956)
The New England Patriots have also won three Super Bowl championships (XXXVI in 2001, XXXVIII in 2003, and XXXIX in 2004).
Which team will win the fourth title?
Expect a good Super Bowl on Sunday.
One lasting lesson Tom Coughlin learned from Bill Parcells was the importance of continuity.