Greatest Giants Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest moments in New York football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2008 Super Bowl XLII vs New England - The Helmet Catch
1991 NFC Championship vs San Francisco - Bahr kicks into Super Bowl
1987 Super Bowl XXI vs Denver - Simms to Bavaro
2012 Super Bowl XLVI vs New England - Manning to Manningham

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2008 Super Bowl XLII
The Helmet Catch
New York vs New England
17 - 14
3 February, 2008
Late in the 4th quarter and needing a touchdown, Eli Manning threw to David Tyree, who made the most unbelievable catch in Super Bowl history, pulling the ball in with one hand and pinning it to his helmet. The drive culminated with a game winning Plaxico Buress touchdown and a Super Bowl win.

1991 NFC Championship
Bahr kicks into Super Bowl
New York vs San Francisco
15 - 13
20 January, 1991
The 49ers were the defending Super Bowl champs and were heavy favorites to beat the Giants. In a defensive battle, the Giants relied on Matt Bahr to kick 5 field goals. With only 4 seconds left on the clock, Bahr kicked his final field goal, the game winner that sent the Giants to the Super Bowl.

1987 Super Bowl XXI
Simms to Bavaro
New York vs Denver
39 - 20
25 January, 1987
The Giants were down by 1 point to start the 3rd quarter but Super Bowl MVP Phil Simms quickly changed that, hiting Mark Bavaro to give New York the lead. The touchdown started a run of 26 unanswered points that culminated in the Giants 1st Super Bowl win and saw Bill Parcells doused with Gatorade.

2012 Super Bowl XLVI
Manning to Manningham
New York vs New England
21 - 17
5 February, 2012
Down late in the 4th, Eli Manning dropped a perfect pass to Mario Manningham who made a sensational catch to move the chains. 5 plays later the Giants were on the six yard line and Ahmad Bradshaw scored on a weird accidental touchdown. The Giants won the game and their 4th Super Bowl title.