Did The New York Giants Really Just Win the Super Bowl?

Yeah, they did. Not only is it the biggest upset in NFL Super Bowl history, but it might also have been the best Super Bowl of all time.

The game was all about the defenses, but it included its own immaculate reception when a nearly sacked Eli Manning threw a lob that David Tyree caught on the top of his helmet. That allowed an improbable drive to continue, ending in a touchdown pass to Plaxico Burress.

That’s what you get for cheating, New England Patriots. You get bad karma. You cheat, you lose!

A Giants win does mean another thing: If the Dallas Cowboys had beaten them, they likely would have won a record sixth Super Bowl. We Dallas fans can be proud that the team that knocked us out is the world champion, as shocking as it is.

Congrats to all Giants fans. Your team showed a ton of spirit at the end of the season and your defense played like champions. Your quarterback has finally matured and it seems as if the Giants might just be a force again in the NFC East.

Give some kudos to Neil at G-Men Headquarters  for his team pulling off this major upset. The Giants win 17-14.

Topics: David Tyree, Eli Manning, New England Patriots, New York Giants Win Super Bowl, Plaxico Burress, Super Bowl

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