Eli Manning led the greatest upset in Super Bowl history.
The New England Patriots had completed the first 16-0 regular season. They had scored a mind-boggling 589 points. They had already beaten the Giants 38-35 in the season finale.
The New York Giants were a No. 5 seed that no one gave a chance against the mighty Patriots.
The Giants defense bothered Tom Brady all day and sacked him five times. The Patriots were held to 274 yards of total offense. They trailed 10-7 until Randy Moss caught a six-yard touchdown pass with 2:42 to play.
The Giants were behind 14-10 and had to score a touchdown.
Eli Manning led a 12-play, 83-yard drive that ended with Plaxico Burress' touchdown catch with 35 seconds left.
In that drive was perhaps the greatest play in Super Bowl history.
On a 3rd-and-5 from his own 44-yard line, facing a heavy rush, Manning completed a spectacular 32-yard pass to David Tyree.
That drive to upset the unbeaten Patriots makes this the best Super Bowl ever.