NYG Are going to the super bowl after a exciting nail bitter against the San Francisco 49ers. The New York Giants again proved their resilience, after an O.T victory in San Francisco 20-17 in the National Football Conference championship game Sunday night.
NYG Lawrence Tynes sealed the deal for “The Big Blue’ in the damp Candlestick Park with a 31 yard field goal in what was a long battle for both San Francisco and New York. Tynes, who also kicked a game-winning field goal to send New York to their previous Super Bowl, split the uprights after the Giants had gained a decisive turnover in San Francisco territory after a fumbled punt return by back-up receiver Kyle Williams.
Tynes saying “I was so nervous today before the game just anticipating this kind of game,” Tynes spoke reporters while still fired up from the game saying “I’m usually pretty cool but there was something about tonight that I knew I was going to have to make a kick.”
Jacquian Williams who force the late game fumble by the 49ers and was recovered by Devin Thomas caused NYG Coach Tom Coughlin to rejoice and praise his team for a job well done Coach Coughlin went on to say,
“That play at the end of the game was unbelievable, just to give us a chance of winning,” Coughlin said after the Giants’ fifth straight victory on the road.
“Otherwise it was a defensive struggle and no team was able to really move the ball.”
Now the Giants set there sights on the championship Where they’ll be going up against Q.B Tom Brandy and the N.E Patriots. I’m sure where Q.B Tom Brandy will be looking for N.E revenge after losing out a chance at his championship four years ago.
But win lose or draw at least 49th street remains just 49th street after Mayor Bloomberg Placed a bet against San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, terms being if the 49th Street in Manhattan will be renamed 49ers Street for one day, and Bloomberg will have to send a dozen bagels from Bagel Oasis in Queens to San Francisco. If the Giants won Lee will have to outfit a Powell Street cable car with the team’s blue and red flags, and also send Boudin sourdough bread to the Big Apple, according to the mayor’s office. Maybe next time San Fran.