Winning back-to-back Super Bowl rings in the NFL is a near-impossible task. Players leave, opposition head coaches become smarter and everyone is out to take down the champions. This season Tom Coughlin and the New York Giants are looking to buck the trend and deliver two-straight Super Bowls.
In 2008, the last time New York entered a season defending their title, they failed to make it past the Divisional Round in the postseason, bowing out to fierce rivals, the Philadelphia Eagles.
The 2012 Giants have learned from past experience as the organization positions itself for another tilt at glory.
In order to achieve the ultimate success once more, New York will need some big production from some of their newest recruits.