NFC Championship Game
The NFC Championship trophy has landed. The Giants, fresh off their 20-17 conference title win over the 49ers, are back in the Tri-State area.
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.
They do keep working, this team. And that ethic has brought them yet another opportunity for pro football’s ultimate reward.
Lawrence Tynes kicked an overtime-winning field goal to send the Giants to Super Bowl 46. Giants are going to Indianapolis!
The biggest player during Sunday’s NFC Championship game just may end up being the weather.
By Paul Dottino » More Columns So both teams have gotten what they wished for this week. There are Giants who said they preferred to draw the San Francisco 49ers rather than the New Orleans […]
Unfortunately for Brandon Jacobs, he may not have a chance to prove Jerry Rice wrong. The Stick could well become a quagmire by game time Sunday.
Tough luck, Frisco fans. Eli Manning is feeling just fine.
Worry not, Big Blue backers. Eli Manning returned to Giants practice today.
After much debate, the Nicks finally agreed to role-play as “Rocky III” antagonist Clubber Lang.
Manning gets the edge, but don’t count Smith out on Sunday.
The thought of backup David Carr starting Sunday for All-Pro quarterback Eli Manning is enough to make Giants fans sick.
They probably won’t have the time to see the other side of the cable car tracks. They probably won’t pay a visit to the Richmond District.
Al Dukes has a real knack for this producing game.