New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning was outstanding in his team's 21-17 win over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday night. Manning finished 30-40 for 296 yards, one touchdown, no interceptions and led a clutch drive in the final four minutes that helped the Giants score the go-ahead touchdown. Manning was named the game's MVP for his efforts.
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That final drive began with a perfectly placed deep ball to Mario Manningham, which moved the ball up near midfied. From there, Manning and the rest of the Giants were able to chip away and get down inside the 10, where Ahmad Bradshaw scored the decisive touchdown.
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