Just watched The NY Giants 2007 Super Bowl DVD.

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  1. DJ Funktual profile image78
    DJ Funktualposted 10 years ago

    Wow, was that great.  That catch by Tyree against his helmet is definitely worth watching again.  It's amazing that Eli even got it off with two guys on him. 

    Does anyone who's not a Giant agree or disagree that it was the Best Super Bowl ever.
    The biggest upset over the greatest team ever assembled. pretext of the Reg season ending matchup.   They won all those games on the road...

    Tampa, Dallas, Green Bay...What a season.

    It also seems to me that what the Giants did was, was to avenge the Super Bowl Loss to the Ravens.  they squeezed us with a dominant defensive performance and clearly our D-Line was the best in football.  Osi Umenyiora, Strahan and now Tuck.  Whoa.

    oh yeah and one more thing. 
    Tom Petty was the most appropriate Half-time show ever!

  2. Bruce Bostwick profile image73
    Bruce Bostwickposted 10 years ago

    I wouldn't say it's the biggest upset in Super Bowl.  I thought the one with the Rams and the Pats was actually a bigger upset.  I can't remember why I thought that but it could have something to do with Brady being inexperienced.  Las Vegas wasn't thinking right when making the spread sheets.  I can understand the Pats being the favorite but a 14 point difference, are you kidding me?  I knew it would be a close one based upon the last match up in the regular season.  I don't know about the best but one of the most exciting games I had seen and came right down to the wire.

    They avenged the loss to the Ravens in that Super Bowl.  Eli became a hero in New York on that night.

  3. allshookup profile image55
    allshookupposted 10 years ago

    Ok, first I have to say that im jealous because I don't have that DVD! I enjoyed that superbowl more than I can tell you. I was in tears there for a while. Being behind and facing seeing Tom Brady win another Super Bowl was about more than I could stand. But after Eli got away from that tackle, then the catch you referred to, I was up screaming. I knew then Eli had it under control. I was so happy for him! I have followed him through Ole Miss, then to get drafted, only to be traded, and then go to on to win a Super Bowl!! Sweet!! I have only watched football for the last 19 years, so that is all I can talk about really. Before that, I don't know. But in the last 19 years, I feel that was the biggest upset. Tom was supposed to walk away with it with no problem. WRONG!! I know you said you'd like to hear from a non-Giants fan, well, I'm kinda not a Giants fan. Yes, I am cheering for them, but I am an Eli fan. Hope it's ok that I am commenting. It was so hard not to!  Where did you get that DVD? I am a die-hard Joe Montana fan and I felt I had seen the most exciting Super Bowls. And when he retired, the excitement was over for me for good. I'm glad I was wrong. Yes, Joe still rocks big time in my book, but this years Super Bowl had my heart beating faster and had me crying for more than 1 reason. Something that never happened with Joe.  He pretty much won handedly. I'm thrilled to pieces that the Giants won this Super Bowl. Thanks for starting this thread! Have a great day smile

  4. allshookup profile image55
    allshookupposted 10 years ago

    Oh yeah, and he did it without Shockey.

  5. DJ Funktual profile image78
    DJ Funktualposted 10 years ago

    Wow, great stuff.   I got it from netflix, btw.

 
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