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Who has won Giants Super Bowl MVP's?

Congratulations go to Kawhi Leonard, who last night was named MVP of the 2014 NBA Finals following his San Antonio Spurs' clinching victory over the Miami Heat.

That had us thinking on Of the Giants' four titles, which Super Bowl MVP had the best performance? Here's a look back to refresh your memories and let us know what you think in the comments section below.


Super Bowl XXI**

MVP: QB Phil Simms
The Giants' Phil Simms' 88.0 completion percentage in Super Bowl XXI is still the highest by a quarterback in the game's history. Simms completed 22 of 25 passes in the Giants' rout of Denver. New Orleans' Drew Brees had the second-highest completion percentage in a Super Bowl at 82.1 (32 of 39 in defeating Manning's Colts in Super Bowl XLIV).


Super Bowl XXV**

MVP: RB Ottis Anderson
New York, employing its ball-control offense, had possession for 40 minutes, 33 seconds, a Super Bowl record. That was in large part due to Anderson, who rushed 21 times for 102 yards and a go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter.


Super Bowl XLII**

MVP: QB Eli Manning
In the Giants' victory over then-undefeated New England, Eli Manning passed for 255 yards and two touchdowns – including the game-winning 13-yarder to Plaxico Burress with 35 seconds remaining – in Super Bowl XLII and was named the game's MVP.


Super Bowl XLVI**

MVP: QB Eli Manning
In a rematch of Super Bowl XLII, this was the first Super Bowl with two starting quarterbacks (Manning and New England's Tom Brady) who previously won the game's MVP award. Manning became the first QB to open a Super Bowl with nine consecutive completions before he directed a nine-play, 88-yard drive that put New York ahead when running back Ahmad Bradshaw scored the clinching touchdown.

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