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ESPN names Super Bowl XLII a top moment of last 20 years

With ESPN celebrating the 20th anniversary of its website - - this year, the staff at the "Worldwide Leader" has released a series of Top 20 lists honoring the best teams, athletes and moments of the past 20 years.

Photos from the Giants 17-14 win over the New England Patriots in SBXLII

Earlier this week, unveiled its rankings of the top moments from 1995-2015, and one of the most defining games in Giants history made the cut at number 7.

In Super Bowl XLII, the underdog Giants knocked off the previously unbeaten Patriots as the team's incredible playoff run culminated with the first of two championships thus far in the Tom Coughlin/Eli Manning Era.

"The Patriots' season is history, but not historic. They didn't choke, but they definitely suffered from a lack of oxygen," wrote columnist Gene Wojciechowski.

"Pinching the air tube shut was a New York Giants team with just enough nerve, just enough composure to leave this Jiffy Pop-looking stadium with a 17-14 win and the Vince Lombardi Trophy."

Let's turn the clock back to February 3, 2008 and re-live that incredible night in Arizona:

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