On the official site, which may be the best site from any sports team, there’s another David Tyree article.

Before the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XLII, Tyree was the Giants’ relatively obscure fourth wide receiver. Yes, he had been a member of the 2005 NFC Pro Bowl team, but that was for his exploits on special teams. In the 15 regular season and postseason games prior to the Super Bowl, Tyree had caught five passes. They totaled 50 yards and not one included a trip to the end zone.

That changed early in the fourth quarter, when Tyree caught his second pass of the game, a five-yard touchdown from Eli Manning that gave the Giants a 10-7 lead over the heavily-favored New England Patriots. Ten minutes later, the Giants faced a third-and-five when Manning and Tyree teamed up on a miracle play that will be remembered by Giants fans forever. Manning somehow escaped the clutches of three New England pass rushers, steadied himself and threw down the field for Tyree, who jumped up, secured the ball against his helmet when safety Rodney Harrison ripped his left hand off the ball, then held on despite being mugged by Harrison.

The 32-yard reception gave the Giants a first down at the Patriots’ 24-yard line. Four plays later, Manning threw the 13-yard touchdown pass to Plaxico Burress that gave the Giants a 17-14 victory over the previously undefeated Patriots. The Giants were the NFL’s surprise champions. And Tyree was an instant folk hero who has been in perpetual motion since triumphantly leaving the field that night.

To briefly summarize, Tyree received some of the loudest cheers at last week’s ticker tape parade and Giants Stadium celebration, his great catch graced the cover of Sports Illustrated, he spent a day at the ESPN studios in Connecticut, jetted to California to appear on three national television shows, returned home to sit down with The New York Times, speak at a youth ministry at the Izod Center and then at the church where he worships. Oh yes, his wife, Leilah, is due to give birth to twin girls within a month. The couple has two young sons.

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