Those Giants: Super Bowl XLVI

The New York Giants and New England Patriots played Super Bowl XLVI on February 5, 2012. It was played in Indianapolis, Indiana at Lucas Oil Stadium. There were 68,658 people who attended the game. The final score was 21-17 with the New York Giants taking the lead. The head referee was John Parry.

MVP of Super Bowl XLVI was none other than Eli Manning, quarterback for the Giants. Eli was the third consecutive quarterback to win the MVP title. Manning completed 30 of 40 passes for 296 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions. After this Super Bowl was complete, the giants had won four Super Bowls.

Super Bowl XLVI was broadcasted on NBC’s network and had a Super Bowl breaking title of the most viewers. The total amount of viewers for this particular game was 166.8 million. Kelly Clarkson sang the National Anthem and Madonna was featured during halftime. Al Michaels, Chris Collinsworth, and Michele Tafoya were the announcers for the game. The cost of a 30 second commercial at Super Bowl XLVI was $3.5 million dollars.

Top Activities: Super Bowl 54 in Miami

Just three weeks until we officially kick off one of the best weeks of the year — Super Bowl 54 Read more

Countdown to 2020 Super Bowl LIV Miami: Super Bowl XLIX

Sitting just over three weeks away from Super Bowl 54 in Miami, we're looking back to one of the more Read more

Countdown to 2020 Super Bowl LIV Miami: Super Bowl XLVIII

The Road to Super Bowl 54 in Miami is SET! As 12 teams get set to kickoff the 2019 NFL Read more

2019 NFL Offseason Headlines: May 30

The league that never sleeps—while some sporting leagues go into a post-season lull, the NFL continues to dominate the news Read more

Leave a Comment