February 1st, 2012
For the second time in four seasons, the New York Giants are set to meet the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Just like in that game, it will be Giants QB Eli Manning who is named the game's Most Valuable Player.
Eli is set to have an even more impressive performance this time around. He is one of the main reasons that the Giants have made it to the Super Bowl this year. He posted career highs with 4,933 yards, 29 touchdowns and led the Giants to six game-winning drives and five fourth-quarter comebacks.
As evident by their 31st place ranking, the Patriots secondary has struggled mightily this year. With all the weapons at his disposal, it’s hard to believe they will be able to keep Eli in check.
This is why at the end of the game on Sunday it will be QB Eli Manning hoisting the MVP trophy.