GO G-MEN, you are best this year!
The Pats were good but they finished with 18 wins and 1 GIANT LOSS!
“The relentless Giants rolled to a Super Bowl championship – and now they’ll roll up the Canyon of Heroes.
Tomorrow’s ticker-tape parade will begin at 11 a.m. at Battery Place, head north on Broadway to Chambers Street, and be followed by a ceremony at City Hall Plaza, where the team is to be honored by Mayor Bloomberg and a host of officials.” – NY Post
I will be there to celebrate the best team in the NFL on this Championship day! Boo-hoo to the class-less Belichick – have fun with Congress!
The peak rating between 9:30 and 10 was 47.8, with a whopping 105.7 million viewers, more than a third of all Americans.
Super Bowl XLII was watched by an average of 97.5 million viewers, according to Nielsen’s “fast national” estimates, making it the most-watched American sports event ever, easily surpassing the 94.1 million for Super Bowl XXX between the Steelers and Cowboys in Arizona 12 years ago.
Fox was working Monday afternoon to determine exactly where the game ranked in the history of all sports and entertainment programs. The M*A*S*H finale in 1983 was seen by an estimated 106 million people, No. 1 on the list.
The game attracted 43.2 percent of households and 65 percent with a TV in use, making it the highest-rated Super Bowl since the Rams-Titans game in 2000 (43.3/67).