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New York Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks is expected to be sidelined up to three months after breaking his right foot at a team organized activity early Thursday.
As far as Eli Manning is concerned, the fulfillment of teammate Justin Tuck's claim that the New York Giants can turn into an NFL dynasty began Wednesday with the first organized team activity.
So much for "not spiking the football." Though President Obama used that analogy to compare mildly excessive football celebrations with his refusal to release photos of a dead Osama bin Laden, the impeccably timed visit to Afghanistan exactly one year later more closely resembled the Green Bay Packers' "Lambeau Leap" into the stands, or the "salsa dance" by the New York Giants' Victor Cruz in the end zone.
Hanging around for an extra day at the NFL draft turned out well for Coby Fleener and Rueben Randle.
The Patriots got exactly what they wanted when the Giants threw to Mario Manningham on New York's last Super Bowl drive.
It wasn't the Canyon of Heroes and there wasn't as much tickertape, but that didn't seem to bother about 30,000 New York Giants fans who flocked to MetLife Stadium Tuesday to celebrate the team's rousing Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots.
Move over David Tyree. Mario Manningham is the new star in the Giants' latest version of "The Catch."
A rare Super Bowl safety and Eli Manning's 2-yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz gave the New York Giants a 9-0 lead over the New England Patriots after the first quarter of the NFL championship game Sunday night.
Mario Manningham is no longer the New York Giants' forgotten receiver.