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…
Jets fans were in for a surprise Wednesday morning. There it was, on page 29 of the special parade edition of the New York Daily News.
Consider Jacobs not a fan of the supermodel’s inner football analyst.
An MRI discovered Ballard’s injury, and with the help of crutches, he was able to participate in Tuesday’s parade and ceremonies.
“This is better than TV,” one fan said. “I love the cop cars, the toilet paper and the ecstatic fans.”
With the Vince Lombardi Trophy held high, Eli Manning passed by thousands of cheering Giants fans eager to get a glimpse of a piece of Super Bowl history.
New Jersey celebrated the Giants Super Bowl victory with a party at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford.
NFL Commissioner Goodell is thanking fans for their support in a postseason letter and promises the league will pursue ways to enhance the game on and off the field.
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.
Photo of the first half from Super Bowl XLVII.