The Giants are kings once again. As Patriots QB Tom Brady‘s final, arching pass fell incomplete in the end zone while time expired, Lucas Oil Stadium morphed into uproar and bedlam.
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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.
Tom Brady‘s first interception of Super Bowl XLVI came on a memorable play.
The Patriots started the third quarter with a 79-yard touchdown drive, a good sign because they came out and did something to open the third quarter and increase their lead.
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.
Tom Brady was shaken up on the third-quarter sack by Justin Tuck.
Tom Brady has already made history this evening with a pair of Super Bowl passing records.
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.
Patriots fans should be very encouraged by the fact that their team scored right before the end of the first half. Historically, in a close game, when a team scores right before the end of the first half they win a high percentage of the time.
Tom Brady and the Patriots grabbed a 10-9 lead entering halftime with a 96-yard march that tied the record for longest drive in Super Bowl history.
In building their 9-0 lead over the New England Patriots in the first quarter, the New York Giants benefited from two key plays. The first came from their defense and the second was a mistake from the Patriots.
Breathe easy, Patriots fans. Your team’s on the scoreboard.
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.
The Giants’ first drive started out with promise, with Eli Manning marching them inside the Patriots’ 40-yard line. But New England’s defense stood up.
We’ve covered a lot of Super Bowl XLVI pregame, but let’s round up a few final notes.