3. Super Bowl XLII – New York Giants: 17, New England Patriots: 14
The game was played with a lot of privilege, and the players seemed to enjoy the entire part of the game. “So many small plays in a game can change a game,” Gil Brandt utters. “What if they had called in-the-grasp on Eli (Manning)? What if (David) Tyree doesn’t trap the ball against his helmet?
What if Asante Samuel doesn’t worry about getting his feet down and catches the (interception)?” What is more impressive is the fact that New York Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo demonstrated to the players how to win a game through a rotating and a good front four.