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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - David Tyree
After the marathon bombings, the cities of Boston and New York put aside their bitter rivalries and joined in their mutual love of sports and country.
Move over David Tyree. Mario Manningham is the new star in the Giants' latest version of "The Catch."
Clint Eastwood's patriotic pep talk about "halftime in America" might just as well have applied to NBC.
Eli Manning and the New York Giants are Super Bowl champions again.
Eli Manning led another fourth-quarter touchdown drive and won his second Super Bowl MVP on Sunday night, leading the Giants to a 21-17 victory that provided a pulsating finish to an NFL season that started with turmoil and a lockout.
The Giants have taken the lead with less than a minute left _ but did they leave too much time on the clock for Tom Brady and the Patriots?
Mario Manningham is no longer the New York Giants' forgotten receiver.
Eli Manning is elite, for sure. A king of comebacks, too. And far, far more than Peyton's little brother now.
Hey, David Tyree. Mario Manningham's got his own sensational Super Bowl highlight.
For every Drew Brees and Ray Lewis, there is a David Tyree or Larry Brown. Not only do superstars win Super Bowls, super nobodies are heroes, too.
That was then. This is now.
That was then. This is now.
Eli Manning took home the MVP. Plaxico Burress had the game-winning catch. David Tyree got the biggest prize in the 2008 Super Bowl _ an unforgettable moment that forever will be his.
Apologies to Billy Cundiff and Kyle Williams — we all feel your pain — but nothing takes the edge off a couple of tense, ultra-competitive football games quite like the bleating of goats.
Hey, Indianapolis. A Manning will be playing in your Super Bowl, after all.
"In those situations, you are always looking to see who is going to be the guy," Tyree said, in the Giants locker room.
"In those situations you are always looking to see who is going to be the guy," Tyree said in the Giants' locker room. "I am so happy for that man, fighting through those injuries and emerging to help his team."