New York's headline in 2004 was simple: Champs!
There are an abundance of storylines entering the Super Bowl XLII rematch so there should be plenty of headlines to go around after the big game.
Super Bowl XLVI will provide many stories. Here are a few headlines that might grace the pages in the two cities.
He seems to be more determined than ever this season and will once again be the leader of the Patriots offense on Sunday.
The Giants defensive line might get to him, but, if he can withstand it, he will be able to bring another trophy back to New England.
Eli Manning has rallied the Giants to a go-ahead score in the final minute in two straight meetings—one of which was Super Bowl XLII.
This game will come down to the last drive of the game. If the Giants have the ball, then Manning will do it again and capture his second championship.
Rob Gronkowski has certainly stolen the show in the two weeks prior to Super Bowl Sunday. Why not continue on Monday morning?
He will enter the game with a high ankle sprain, and all eyes will be on the performance of the dominant tight end.
He is positioned to play a big role in this game—injured or not.
If he has a good game and makes a couple big plays, he might be walking—or limping—home as the Super Bowl MVP.
Victor Cruz has been pivotal to the Giants success all season. If the Giants win on Sunday, he will have been a big part of it.
His presence draws defenders to him, allowing Hakeem Nicks and Mario Manningham to get open.
Cruz is invaluable to the Giants offense, and we might see him do the salsa a couple times before the Super Bowl is over.
Chad Ochocinco had 15 catches in the regular season. Will he have his only good game of the season in the Super Bowl?
If he did, it would certainly be a surprise to the Giants and one that might help New England win the Super Bowl.
Belichick was at the center of the controversy after that call. Could the Super Bowl come down to another controversial coaching decision?
The Giants are hoping to participate in a victory parade this week.
Fans were calling for Coughlin to be fired at the midway point of the season.
If he gets a win Sunday, fans will line up in the streets to show their support for what he has done.