Giants beat Patriots 21-17 winning Super Bowl XLVI

Eli Manning and the New York Giants saved their very best for the fourth quarter to emerge with an epic 21-17 victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI Sunday in Indianapolis.Manning led a go-ahead touchdown drive with 1:04 remaining as Ahmad Bradshaw rushed in from 6 yards.

The Patriots Tom Brady failed on a Hail Mary pass in the end zone on the final play of the game that fell incomplete.The Giants lost the coin toss, ending a streak of 14 straight coin-flip wins by the NFC in the title game. Special teams captain Zak DeOssie called tails — as he has all season — referee John Parry flipped the coin and it landed heads.

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