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Where do Giants Super Bowls rank among best finishes?

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And when it comes to Super Bowls, it's tough to beat what just happened this past Sunday on the sport's grandest stage.

After a juggling catch by Jermaine Kearse set up a first-and-goal for the Seattle Seahawks, Malcolm Butler chose the right time for his first career interception and picked off Russell Wilson in the end zone to clinch Super Bowl XLIX for the New England Patriots.

The finish already shot up all-time lists, including NFL Network's, which recently placed it ahead of two New York Giants title games and into the No. 1 spot.

Here is a look at the network's top 10 Super Bowl finishes of all time:

10. Super Bowl XXV

Scott Norwood misses 47-yard field goal wide right

9. Super Bowl XXXII

"The Helicopter" -- John Elway 8-yard rush vs. Packers

8. Super Bowl XXXIV

Rams stop Kevin Dyson at 1-yard line

7. Super Bowl XXIII

Joe Montana 10-yard pass TD vs. Bengals

6. Super Bowl XXXVI

Adam Vinatieri kicks game-winning 48-yard FG vs. Rams

5. Super Bowl XXXVIII

Adam Vinatieri kicks game-winning 41-yard FG vs. Panthers

4. Super Bowl XLVII

49ers fail to convert on fourth-and-goal vs. Ravens

3. Super Bowl XLII

"The Helmet Catch" -- David Tyree 32-yard reception vs. Patriots

2. Super Bowl XLIII

Santonio Holmes 6-yard TD catch vs. Cardinals

1. Super Bowl XLIX

Malcolm Butler INT vs. Seahawks

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