The Giants Take the Lead

A defensive battle so far, and still anyone’s game.


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11 comments on “The Giants Take the Lead

  1. SaintCyprian says:

    It’s 2:24 AM here in London –

    GO PATS!!!!!

  2. TomRightmyer says:

    I remember III when the AFC Jets beat the NFC Colts. I am glad to be able to report that the NFC Giants beat the AFC “Patriots.” The Giants has remarkable luck and were able finally to capitalize on it.

    Tom Rightmyer in Asheville, NC

  3. robroy says:

    Great finish. I admit that I started watching in the 3rd quarter. I thought it was going to be a blowout. When was the last super bowl with it down to the wire like this?

  4. physician without health says:

    I am sorry that the Patriots did not win but agree that it was a really good game.

  5. William P. Sulik says:

    What a great game. Anyone for a 5th Quarter?

  6. Ross says:

    I missed it, due to having to be at work. Pity; since I have no particular feelings for or against either team, I would have been able to appreciate the game as a pure exhibition of football. Or something 🙂

    Any good commercials?

  7. Spiro says:

    Finally, something to smile about. Made my Sunday.
    My home boy’s (Umenyiora) team won – against all odds!!!
    Btw, the correct pronounciation is: Ume- nyi- ora. Pronounce the ny as you would in “Tanya”.

    Fr. Kingsley Jon-Ubabuco
    Arlington, TX

  8. Kevin Maney+ says:

    #6 There were some great commercials. Supposedly you can go to to watch em.

  9. sophy0075 says:

    My favorite commercial was the “Rocky” Clydesdale!

  10. Ross says:

    Yeah, I found ’em online. I thought the talking baby was kinda creepy, but I second the vote for the Clydesdale ad. That was a classic.

  11. robroy says: has a site where one can look at all the commercials and rate them in a football poll like series: