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.
Sunday night was epic for Neil Keefe as his Giants won Super Bowl XLVI, and he shares his thoughts from the 21-17 win over the Patriots.
Manning? All he does is take his baby face and $10 haircut back home, with his second Super Bowl MVP trophy and a second ring.
Beset by injuries, the Giants were counted out before the season even began. At 7-7, they seemed doomed to narrowly miss the playoffs. Forget about all of that now. Get ready for a parade, New York.
Sure, Victor Cruz had on his dancin’ shoes Sunday. But it was fellow wide receiver Mario Manningham who saved the Giants with his feet.
Mario Manningham is no longer the Giants’ forgotten wide receiver. He made a number of crucial receptions in the fourth quarter including a trademark catch 38-yard over the shoulder catch to help the Giants win Super Bowl XLVI.
Neil Keefe is joined by Scott Hyman of Barstool Sports to talk about the confidence of Giants fans heading into the Super Bowl, where he will watch the game and his prediction for Sunday.
Are the Giants the hunters or the hunted? The Patriots are slight favorites in Vegas, although most analysts are picking the Giants to grab the ring in this rematch.
Neil Keefe is joined by Boston Herald Patriots beat writer Ian Rapoport to talk about Super Bowl XLVI from the Patriots’ side with just four days to go.
Despite the substantial turnover in lineups for this Super Bowl, the quarterbacks for both teams remain the same. I’ll rephrase. The quarterbacks are the same, yet, Eli Manning is in no way the same quarterback.
Oh man! Manningham. Hakeem Nicks. Victor Cruz. It doesn’t get much better than that.
Neil Keefe watched the NFC Championship with his roommates and wrote down his thoughts during it. Here’s his retro recap of the Giants’ 20-17 overtime win over the 49ers.
Super, but not in typical fashion. The Giants heavily relied on the arm of Eli Manning and two game-changing special teams plays to outlast the 49ers.
“You hate to be the last guy that had the ball, to give it away in that fashion and to lose a game of this magnitude,” said Kyle Williams.
Leading-up to the NFL’s Championship Weekend Boomer could be heard preaching about the importance of a little thing called ‘ball-security’. Well low-and-behold, ‘ball-security’ played a big role in the Giants win.