Yes, the Giants won their second Super Bowl in five years. But more important are the messages that can be learned by absorbing the way they did it, educating and inspiring thousands of people, young and old.
Forget the Manhattan vs. New England clam chowder wagers. The hosts of “Extra” had something more revealing in mind.
President Barack Obama has offered his personal congratulations to the New York Giants on their Super Bowl victory.
In honor of the New York Giants Super Bowl win, the city has been declared the “Big Blue Apple” today by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
If you weren’t able to attend the Giants ticker-tape parade in Manhattan this morning, don’t worry. We have full coverage of the parade (broken down into 4 parts) so you can watch it on-demand whenever you’d like.
Tom Coughlin is coming back. Eli Manning is only getting better. And the vast majority of the Giants’ starting lineup is under contract. Can anybody say repeat?
How would you feel after losing Super Bowl XLVI to the Giants? Pretty miserable, right?
“I get a Christmas gift from you every year. It’s a jacket. I don’t think Peyton gets that,” Manning told Letterman. “That’s how I knew I was the favorite.”
With victorious teammates milling about, Jones — who had just won a Super Bowl ring — stunned Mandy Piechowski with a ring of her own.
Best team? Does it really matter when all that counts is that silver piece of hardware?
That’s right, our guy Eli went out to Peyton country and Mann-ed up against the New England Patriots.
Crews have already started building the stage for Tuesday’s celebration, which includes a ceremony at City Hall where Bloomberg will present the team with a key to the city.
While he doesn’t have the dance moves of his fellow wideout, the Giants’ Mario Manningham planted both feet where they needed to be during a clutch, fourth-quarter catch on Sunday.
Following a ceremony at City Hall in Manhattan, the Giants will board a bus and head over to the Meadowlands for the parking lot party.
The Super Bowl champs arrived to a heroes’ welcome with a water cannon salute by the Port Authority as their plane taxied to the hangar.
Photo of the first half from Super Bowl XLVII.