The Giants and Patriots faced each other in what would be become two of the most memorable Super Bowls in history. That doesn't apply to just their respective fan bases, either. They will long be remembered by the NFL community as a whole.
Part of the reason was due to singular plays in each title game.
Super Bowl XLII had David Tyree's helmet catch that led to New York knocking off then-undefeated New England. Four years later, another wide receiver named Mario Manningham hauled in Eli Manning's perfectly-thrown 38-yard pass down the left sideline, sparking the go-ahead drive to beat the Patriots again in Super Bowl XLVI.
With the two teams meeting in the final preseason game on Thursday night, we are led to our Morning Debate:
Which was the better play: Tyree or Manningham?
Let us know what you think in the comments section below.