Giants Greatest Plays Coasters

$50.00


Relive four of the greatest moments in New York football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2011 Super Bowl XLVI - Manning to Manningham
2007 Super Bowl XLII - The Helmet Catch
1990 NFC Championship - Bahr kicks into Super Bowl
1986 Super Bowl XXI - Simms to Bavaro

Rest your pint on history.

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2011 Super Bowl XLVI
Manning to Manningham
New York vs. New England
21 - 17
February 5, 2012
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
Down late in the 4th, Eli Manning dropped a perfect pass down the sideline to Mario Manningham who made a sensational catch to move the chains. 5 plays later New York was on the six yard line and New England elected to allow them to score, in order to get the ball back with time on the clock. Ahmad Bradshaw attempted to stop on the one-yard line but his momentum caused him to score. It was a strange move and cost them New England the game. New York won their 4th Super Bowl title.
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2007 Super Bowl XLII
The Helmet Catch
New York vs. New England
17 - 14
February 3, 2008
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ
Down by 4 with 2:39 remaining, Eli Manning marched his team down the field to win Super Bowl XLII and complete one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history. As part of the drive David Tyree made the most unbelievable catch in Super Bowl history, pulling the ball in with one hand and pinning it to his helmet. The drive culminated with a game-winning Plaxico Burress touchdown.
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1990 NFC Championship
Bahr kicks into Super Bowl
New York vs. San Francisco
15 - 13
January 20, 1991
Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA
San Francisco was the defending Super Bowl champs and were heavy favorites to beat New York. In a defensive battle, New York relied on Matt Bahr to kick 5 field goals. With only 4 seconds left on the clock, Bahr kicked his final field goal, the game winner that sent New York to the Super Bowl.
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1986 Super Bowl XXI
Simms to Bavaro
New York vs. Denver
39 - 20
January 25, 1987
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA
New York was down by 1 point to start the 3rd quarter but Super Bowl MVP Phil Simms quickly changed that, hitting Mark Bavaro to give New York the lead. The touchdown started a run of 26 unanswered points that culminated in New York's 1st Super Bowl win and saw Bill Parcells doused with Gatorade.
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