From Week 1 to Super Bowl XLII, this book covers the entirety of the New York Giants Super Bowl championship season. With more than 150 color photographs, many never before published, this commemoration highlights the superbly engineered scoring drive in the final minutes of the game that mattered most, one that will be remembered as one of the greatest in the history of the NFL. This is the story of a team committed to winning and its loyal fans who believed until the very end.
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The New York Giants and their Super Bowl championship season are a story of team and teamwork, loyal fans and players of character. It is a story of coaches and management who built a program to win with skilled players who were committed to making it happen.
On an Arizona Sunday, February 3, 2008- in the game that mattered most- the Giants played superbly, engineering a scoring drive in the game's final minutes, which included a desperate scramble and pass from Eli Manning to David Tyree that will be remembered as one of the greatest plays in the history of the national football league.
New York Giants PRIDE describes every step along this route, from week 1 of the season to Super Bowl victory parades and parties in Manhattan's Canyon of Heroes and at Giants Stadium. Sportswriter Arthur Pincus brings to the book his devotion as a fan, along with access to the players, coaches and organization whose work together delivered a Big Blue Super Bowl championship.
New York Giants PRIDE is an official commemorative publication of the New York Giants Football Club.About the Author:
Arthur Pincus is the owner of Arthur Pincus Media, a sports media consultancy. He has covered major sporting events for both the New York Times and the Washington Post and is the former vice president public relations for the NHL. He lives in New York City.
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