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Jim MancariBGB Assistant EditorWith the big game right around the corner, it’s important as Giants fans that we relive some of the best moments in our team’s Super Bowl History. The Giants are 3-1 all-time in the Super Bowl and will hope to earn their fourth win Sunday against the New England Patriots. Of course, there can always be a debate about any top-plays list, but here is my ranking of the top five Giants Super Bowl moments: 5) “I’m Going to Disney World” The fifth best moment isn’t exactly a play in the game, but it’s more about the aftermath of the game. After trailing 10-9 at halftime, the Giants had a huge second half in Super Bowl XXI, outscoring the Denver Broncos 30-10 en route to a 39-20 victory and the team’s first-ever Super Bowl win. Super Bowl MVP Phil Simms finished the game 22-of-25 with 268 passing yards and three touchdowns and still owns the Super Bowl record with an 88 percent completion rate. After the game, Simms coined the famous phrase, “I’m going ...
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With about 8 hours to the Super Bowl, we thought is would be nice to take a look at the "other" WAG of the match up - Abby Manning. While she isn't Super Model hot, she is quite a catch for the goofy looking Giants quarterback. Check out some more photos of her in her Abby Manning-Mug Shots photo gallery. Eli met this blond stunner while he was in college...
Behind the laid-back exterior, he's a driven, confident, karaoke-singing prankster
With the NFL mired in a lockout, N.Y. Giants' quarterback Eli Manning flew into the Triangle last June for three days of workouts with his college coach David Cutcliffe.Click to Continue »
He was always being compared to someone. That's what happens when you're the youngest son of a great quarterback and the baby brother of an even better one. It wasn't until he compared himself to Tom Brady, though, that people began taking Eli Manning seriously.
That was in August, when Manning was asked whether he considered himself an ''elite'' quarterback...
Thought: I Feel For Eli Manning. It’s hard to feel for a guy that has millions, is doing what he loves for a living and is about to play in his second Super Bowl after winning his first. But as any younger brother will tell you it sucks to deal with the shadow of your older brother
Eli Manning and Tom Brady face off this Sunday and there is no doubt of their greatness or their coming greatness. Brady is trying to win Super Bowl number four, while he has two MVP Trophies; Manning has one ring and is coming in to his own as one of the NFL’s elite quarterbacks. There is no doubt that neither of these two teams would not be in the Super Bowl had it not been for...
The New England Patriots and the New York Giants will take the field for Super Bowl XLVI led by Eli Manning and Tom Brady. The two last faced off in the Super Bowl in 2008, where the Giants reigned supreme. Come Sunday, the quarterbacks will again ditch their everday duds to suit up in the Giants road white uniforms and the Patriots home blues, the same jerseys worn during their...
If he wins on Sunday, if Eli Manning pulls off another fourth-quarter comeback or merely beats the Patriots, his two Super Bowl titles will land him on a pedestal reserved only for New York’s greatest sports icons.
On a weekend that will serve as a big reminder that football is still king in America, soccer will be taking another small but significant step in its climb toward respectability and a larger place in the American sporting landscape.
It is foolish to think that a soccer game in England will divert attention from talk of Giants and Patriots, Tom Brady and Eli Manning. Still, on...
IBM analyzed more than one million Super Bowl-related tweets to
determine how people feel about Eli Manning and New England
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady â and the New York
Giants quarterback was the winner.