2007 New York Giants – “The Most Improbable Win in History” Super Bowl XLII Champions (NFL Films)

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Two weeks into the 2007 season, the New York Giants were a lost team. They were 0-2, the defense had given up 80 points and the offense was sputtering. Even some die-hard fans felt the season was over. Playoffs? Maybe next year. The Super Bowl? “Fuhggedaboudit.”

What followed over the next four months was an impossible dream which culminated in the Giants’ stunning victory over the previously unbeaten New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. This was the Giants’ third Super Bowl victory – but perhaps their greatest singular achievement.

Join NFL Films as it documents one of the greatest stories in NFL history – the New York Giants’ rise to the top of the NFL. “New York Giants – Super Bowl XLII Champions” takes you through each game of their remarkable 2007 season and follows the heroics of Eli Manning, Michael Strahan, Plaxico Burress and Head Coach, Tom Coughlin as the Giants defied the odds to become Super Bowl XLII Champions.

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Josh Jackson Plays Chess with the Old Guy on Our Block: Sitdowns

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Basketball is a young man’s game. It takes power, strength and even reckless abandon at times. Chess is pretty much the opposite. For Josh Jackson, the two games feed off of one another.

We took the rookie down the block to our neighborhood chess guru to talk basketball, chess and see how he reacts to losing.

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