Whitney Houston died in Los Angeles at the age of 48 on Saturday, but the pop icon leaves behind a legacy that includes what many believe to be the greatest performance of the national anthem ever.
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In the public view, Super Bowl XLVI has been defined by the plays that weren’t made – fumbles the Patriots didn’t recover, a ball Wes Welker didn’t catch, a few throws Tom Brady didn’t make. But when you pop in the coaching tape, you see there are even more aspects of the game where the Giants excelled, earning them a win in a well-contested championship game.
What a season it has been. Brian Billick and Dennis Green break down some of key moments in Super Bowl XLVI including Mario Manningham‘s incredible fourth quarter catch and Ahmad Bradshaw‘s controversial TD. Plus, hear where the coaches think Peyton Manning is going to be playing in 2012.
In a move reminiscent of Terrell Davis‘ fourth-quarter run in Super Bowl XXXII, the Patriots let Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw score the go-ahead TD with 57 seconds left to allow Tom Brady one last chance at the Super Bowl XLVI title.
Posted: Sunday, February 5th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Super Bowl XLVI, Eli Manning, Hakeem Nicks, Henry Hynoski, Mark Anderson, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Rob Ninkovich, Super Bowl XLVI, Tom Brady
The Giants once again were knocking on the door in the third quarter, this time with a touchdown giving them a Super Bowl lead over the Patriots. But New England’s defense once again came up key plays to keep New York out of the end zone.
On the first play after halftime, Tom Brady dropped back, went through his progressions and fired a dart down the left sideline to Chad Ochocinco, the veteran receiver’s first catch in a Super Bowl.
Bills WR Stevie Johnson wanted to give back to someone in need, so he created an online Twitter contest to find someone to give his Super Bowl XLVI tickets to.
One of the biggest reasons the Giants upset the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII was the play of their defensive line. Big Blue is off to a good start in Super Bowl XLVI.
Super Bowl XLVI is being aired on NBC, so naturally the pregame festivities at Lucas Oil Stadium have the Peacock’s finger prints all over them.
Justin Tuck‘s the Giants’ defensive captain, and he certainly played the part during warmups Sunday.
Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski‘s ankle looked perfectly fine when the tight end took the field for warm-ups Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Pats QB Tom Brady wasn’t overwhelming booed by the Giants fans at Lucas Oil Stadium when he first took the field Sunday.
Cardinals DE Darnell Dockett flew home from Indianapolis on Sunday morning to get ready for what sounds like a pretty epic Super Bowl XLVI Party.
Before heading home to Michigan, Packers WR Greg Jennings hung out at the ESPN pregame party where he played knockout.
After walking down the streets of Indy with a bunch of NFL fans, Browns WR Josh Cribbs hopped into a golf cart for the final stage of his trip to Lucas Oil Stadium for Super Bowl XLVI.