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Giants’ Chris Canty Tweets Super Bowl Prediction: NY 28, NE 17

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INDIANAPOLIS (WFAN/AP) — Defensive end Chris Canty wasn’t satisfied telling Giants fans to get ready for a Super Bowl parade.

The veteran took it a step farther before Sunday’s kickoff. He predicted on his Twitter account the score by which the Giants would win.

“Giants 28, New England 17″ appeared on “ChrisCanty99″ about five hours before game time.

Canty wasn’t the only Giants player tweeting on game day.

“Good morning everybody just woke up today is Super Bowl damn it’s already here. Time to play some Freakin football. Who’s with me,” tweeted defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.

Safety Antrel Rolle, who proclaimed the Giants were “going to win this thing” earlier this week, wrote: “Gametime….. We won’t be DENIED!!”

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady did his own chirping a week ago. The three-time Super Bowl champion told some 25,000 fans at a send-off in Foxborough, Mass., that he hoped there would be more fans for the rally when the team returned.

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