(NEW YORK) — It all comes down to one game left in the NFL season on Sunday, Super Bowl 46 between the New York Giants and New England Patriots.
A mirror match from 2008’s Super Bowl, one team will again be trying to continue its winning tradition, and the other will be trying to bring that to an end. Giants quarterback Eli Manning will be looking for his second Super Bowl ring, and to do that, he’s again have to beat the Patriots, a team the Giants defeated in the Big Game back in ’08.
If Manning were to beat the Patriots, he’d also pass his brother Peyton with 2 rings to big brother’s one in his backyard of Indianapolis.
“I’m not worried about my legacy, I’m worried about winning a championship for the New York Giants,” said Manning. “For my teammates, my coaches, we’ve all worked hard.”
On the opposing side, Tom Brady will be looking for his fourth ring.
“This our third time we’ll be playing this team,” said Brady. “Everyone should be excited and ready to go out there and play our best game.”
The Giants beat the Patriots in week nine, 24-20 in New England during the regular season but coach Bill Belichick says there is no revenge factor.
Kickoff is set for 6:29 PM Eastern Time.
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Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com