In Jets and Giants territory, there has not exactly been big demand for Super Bowl memorabilia this year.
“Obviously (a) bad choice of words,” the Ravens QB said one day after using an insensitive term to describe his distaste for cold-weather Super Bowls.
Just remember, a reward lies at the end of this two-week bombardment.
It’s a whole new way for the Super Bowl to put a ring on it.
Super Bowl XLVIII is still nearly a year and a half away, but plans are well underway for the event.
President Barack Obama honored New York’s Super Bowl XLVI victory over New England in a ceremony on Friday. In return, Tom Coughlin’s squad presented the president with his own No. 44 jersey.
After a week of digesting the Super Bowl win and everything that has come with it and from it, Neil Keefe gives his final thoughts on the Giants’ improbable run.
This isn’t meant to trivialize Houston’s death by recalling a football game. On the contrary, we rely on sports for context, like her music, bookmarks in our pockmarked lives.
Sideline audio from the Super Bowl reveals that the Patriots wanted the Giants to throw toward Mario Manningham, who made a crucial over-the-shoulder catch during New York’s winning drive.
If Mr. Warner’s wanting assessment of Eli Manning is any indication, he may still suffer from post-concussion symptoms, which seem to include headaches and player hating.
Two New York lawmakers say a license plate to honor the first responders and victims of 9/11 shouldn’t take a back seat to a commemorative license plate for the Giants.
Giants running back Brandon Jacobs admitted that he was wrong to criticize Gisele Bundchen for her post-Super Bowl rant.
This writer was fortunate to be in the building for Super Bowl 46 (section 638, Row 20, seat 13, the next to last row in Lucas Oil Stadium). The following is to both discuss the game and discuss what was happening in the stadium during the game.
Eli Manning, Pro Football Hall of Famer? Not according to one former Giants teammate.
Before we plunge into purgatory, a frigid hole in the sports calendar also called February, a final nod to the New York “Football” Giants and a few football lessons from the Super Bowl…
Photo of the first half from Super Bowl XLVII.