Super Bowl 2012: Why the New York Giants Offense Will Be Unstoppable

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Super Bowl 2012: Why the New York Giants Offense Will Be Unstoppable

When the New England Patriots and the New York Giants meet in Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday, most of the emphasis will be on the two team's offenses. And rightfully so, since there are few quarterbacks playing better than Tom Brady and Eli Manning today.

In a year when passing records were broken it only makes sense that the No. 2 passing offense and the No. 5 passing offense would meet in the Super Bowl.

It's quite possible that this is the best Super Bowl matchup from a commercial standpoint. Boston vs. New York is always intriguing, and, with defense being each team's Achilles heel, there should be tons of scoring.

Yet, it is here that the Giants have an advantage. Although bad, their defense has played well during their five-game winning streak and is clearly superior to the Patriots defense. In fact, the combined factors of the Giants explosive offense and the Patriots weak defense suggest that the Giants offense should be unstoppable.

Here are four reasons why the Giants offense will be unstoppable on Sunday.

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