You gotta hand it to the Giants. What a team.
They backed up all their talk and guarantees from the last two weeks and Eli Manning came through once again as the New York Giants won their second Super Bowl in the last four seasons, beating the Patriots 21-17.
There isn’t much more to say. Well, actually there is, plenty of it, just not by me.
Crushing loss leaves Patriots feeling empty - Tom E Curran has the Patriots devastated after this loss.
Patriots get caught in end - Mike Reiss says that the Patriots defensive plan was sound, and working, until Mario Manningham’s miraculous grab.
Ten Things We Learned Sunday: With greatness in their grasp, Patriots can’t seal the deal - Christopher Price has a teary-eyed Wes Welker blaming himself for dropping a late pass. Jonathan Comey also cranks out 10 things we learned.
A bad sense of deja blew - Karen Guregian has the Patriots lamenting late drops and mistakes.
Brady wants another shot - Mark Farinella has Tom Brady hoping for more chances to win a Super Bowl.
Plenty to talk about when Patriots meet Giants - Bill Doyle analyzes the job done on the NBC broadcast.
I guess I can’t ignore this one, but I probably should – Not so safety call: Blame Brady for this one - Eric Wilbur’s post, published literally minutes after conclusion of the game, reads more like a drunken fan rant than something crafted by a veteran journalist.