Sound Off: What’s Your Reaction To The Giants Super Bowl Win?

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Everybody’s talking about the Giants today and their exciting, come-from-behind, fourth quarter win.

It was a nailbiter of a game, literally coming down to the last throw during the last play for the Giants to secure their epic win over New York nemesis Tom Brady and the Patriots.

Fans were commenting all throughout the game on’s Facebook page. Not surprisingly, there was lots of Giants love to be found – especially for the big win.

“Ecstatic,” wrote Micki Sichel Boeri.

“One more spanking from the Big Apple,” wrote Isaac La.

“Canyon of Heroes, here we come!” wrote Doug Krause.

We want to hear from you today. What do you make of the big game? Have a particular highlight that stands out to you? Sound off below and let us know. 

  • I still can't sit

    My reaction? Buffalo wing sting-ring.

  • jerseyjoey

    NYC is a joke, and wonder how many folks who need a real job will benift from a few days of celebration, believe me, not to many people come to NYC to see the Giants, more likely that Greedy business owners get a boost in sales from Joe Americans tax dollars, that is just wrong and thats the real BS your city is doing. And to use the “Canyon of Heroes” to turn a profit is in really poor taste, matter of fact its a damn disgrace.You want a hero, ship the whole NFL to afganistan and let those candy arses earn it. PS; and NO i am not a Eagles Fan, Steelers Baby next year, yup.

  • Doug

    Mike & Sims are totally misreading the incomplete pass to Branch on final drive. Rolle tipped the ball & saved the Giants rather than a bad throw or drop

    • Doug

      Coorection – it was 21 -Philips – they can’t even get the player right – anyway he likely saved the game

  • DCLaw-1

    Hey, its great that the Giants won!! But, shoiuldnt the Canyon of Heros be reserved for, well, heros? It seems that highly paid athletes who do what they do for personal glory and wealth, are not heros.

  • Cory

    Get your facts straight! No-body is saying that the Veterans don’t deserve a parade. In fact they do.(They are the REAL HEROES!) The NYC & Co.(The City marketing firm for tourism is paying for the 331,000.- parade. The tourism generates money for this event. This also helps with other jobs. We don’t need a stagnant City. They are trying to help the economy. So get the facts before you speak!

  • Boston is small and stupid

    I love it when NY triumphs over Boston again and again.

  • Fran

    I agree with Esmeralda, this City has the wrong priorities

  • Cory

    SOUR GRAPES! You all must be Patriots Fans……

  • Esmerelda

    NYC has the money to pay for a Giants parade, especially at a dire financial time like this – but NOT for returning veterans.. ?
    The Giants are more important than a veteran ?
    Disgraceful. Selfish priorities.

    • Phantom

      I am amazed that we are spending money for a parade for a team that doesn’t even play in New York City.

      Screw the Giants – let them parade around their parking lot.

      • Native New Yorker

        They’re a NEW JERSEY team, so NEW JERSEY should host and pay for the parade.

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  • James

    it is great that the giants won but why do we as NY taxpayers need to pay for their parade? Giants management should pay for their own parade, especially with all the merchandise they are bound to sell now that they have won.

    • Native New Yorker

      The Giants are a NEW JERSEY team, so NEW JERSEY should host and pay for the parade.

  • dollars and SENSE

    In the last 50 years, what percentage of NY City and State tax revenue (income, sales, real estate, etc) has been outlaid for NYC public assistance and food stamp programs on an annual basis? In that same time frame, what percentage of NYC residents have received such benefits (also on a year-to-year basis)? And is it all possible that funds for such programs could ever be exhausted (at least for a few months) one day?

  • Eduardo Rey

    One of the most boring Super Bowls in years.

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