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Two New Orleans Saints Players Are Out Versus Giants

With a week and a half between games, the New Orleans Saints are relatively healthy heading into Sunday's matchup with the New York Giants. Only two members of the Saints have been ruled out for the game, including...

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Steve Smith Lit Into Cam Newton Last Night

As the Carolina Panthers were getting embarrassed by the New York Giants last night, veteran wide receiver Steve Smith "lit into" his young quarterback Cam Newton. Why? Because the 23-year old QB was acting like a baby. After the game, Smith said...

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Dallas Cowboys Beat New York Giants, 24-17, in 2012 NFL Season Opener

Tony Romo passed for 307 yards and three touchdowns as the Dallas Cowboys beat the New York Giants, 24-17, in the opening game of the 2012 NFL season Wednesday night at East Rutherford, NJ.

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Will New York Giants’ Wide Receiver Victor Cruz Take His Salsa to ‘Dancing with the Stars’?

New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz is known for his celebratory end-zone salsa dances when he catches touchdown passes — and his trademark shimmying has landed him an invite to ‘Dancing with the Stars.’

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Notice How Perceptions of Eli Manning and the Giants Changed With Super Bowl XLVI?

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.

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Super Bowl XLVI Was More Than Just a Big Win for the NY Giants

Did you watch the Super Bowl on Sunday night? According to Nielsen, you probably did since the telecast was the most-watched TV program ever.

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Was Bradshaw’s TD The Strangest In Super Bowl History?

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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More People Watched Halftime Of Super Bowl Than Actual Game

Madonna's Super Bowl halftime show received a higher overnight rating than the actual game.

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Mario Manningham Becomes Latest Giants Receiver To Make A Great Catch In The Super Bowl [VIDEO}

Okay, so maybe Mario Manningham's fourth quarter reception in Super Bowl XLVI wasn't as good as David Tyree's catch four years earlier, but that doesn't make it any less spectacular.

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New York Giants Win Super Bowl XLVI, Defeat Patriots 21-17

The New York Giants are Super Bowl Champions for the third time in franchise history, after defeating the New England patriots, 21-17, in Super Bowl XLVI, Sunday night, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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