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The most-watched Super Bowl in history was a rematch of the epic upset from four years earlier. The New York Giants were once again a wild-card underdog to the New England Patriots—and yet again, they pulled out a victory, winning 21-17.
Trailing 17-15 in the fourth quarter, Eli Manning drove his team to New England's 6-yard line, where the Giants took the lead on an Ahmad Bradshaw touchdown run with 57 seconds left on the clock.
Unlike their previous Super Bowl defeat, Brady was able to get a Hail Mary pass into the end zone on the final play of the game, but it fell incomplete as New York prevailed.