While the New York Giants celebrated their Super Bowl XLVI victory with a parade in New York City on Tuesday, the New England Patriots are being offered the opportunity to ease the agony of their defeat via an all-expenses paid trip to Aruba.
It didn’t even take until the Monday after Super Bowl XLVI for a lot of people to change their minds about the New York Giants and the legacy of the New England Patriots. It seems like only yesterday that the Giants team suffered the wrath of fans because of its 7-7 win/loss record, but in a drastic change of heart, the team is being praised by just about everyone.
Well, the Superbowl is said and done...who cares, the Saints weren't in it this year. That being said, it was the most watched event in television, but not so much the game as the half-time show. What did you think of Madonna
With the New York Giants winning Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday night, the football season officially came to a close. Oddsmakers already has every NFL team's odds of winning Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw scored the final go-ahead points of Super Bowl XLVI. Sounds like a dream right? What makes the play especially memorable was Bradshaw's awkward reluctance to reach the end zone. Was it the strangest score in Super Bowl history?
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