Super Bowl Box Score: New York Giants 21, New England Patriots 17by Rick Grayshock in HeadlinesTwitterFacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedinPin this PostShare on TumblrMore services February 5, 2012 6 Comments A- A A+ Your Super Bowl MVP- Eli Manning.Scoring Summary1st Quarter NYG – NE8:52New York Giants NYGSAFSafety2 – 03:24New York Giants NYGTDEli Manning passed to Victor Cruz down the middle for 2 yard gain (Lawrence Tynes made PAT)9 – 02nd Quarter NYG – NE13:48New England Patriots NEFGStephen Gostkowski kicked a 29-yard field goal9 – 30:08New England Patriots NETDTom Brady passed to Danny Woodhead to the left for 4 yard gain (Stephen Gostkowski made PAT)9 – 103rd Quarter NYG – NE11:20New England Patriots NETDTom Brady passed to Aaron Hernandez to the left for 12 yard gain (Stephen Gostkowski made PAT)9 – 176:43New York Giants NYGFGLawrence Tynes kicked a 38-yard field goal12 – 170:35New York Giants NYGFGLawrence Tynes kicked a 33-yard field goal15 – 174th Quarter NYG – NE0:57New York Giants NYGTDAhmad Bradshaw rushed up the middle for 6 yard gain (2pt attempt failed, D.J. Ware run to the right)21 – 17PassingNew York GiantsCompAttYdsPctY/ASackYdsLTDIntRatingEli Manning304029675.07.431410103.8New England PatriotsCompAttYdsPctY/ASackYdsLTDIntRatingTom Brady274127665.96.72102191.1RushingNew York GiantsRushYdsAvgLngTDFumLAhmad Bradshaw17724.22410Brandon Jacobs9374.11100D.J. Ware166.0600Eli Manning1-1-1.0-100New England PatriotsRushYdsAvgLngTDFumLBenJarvus Green-Ellis10444.41700Wes Welker22110.51100Danny Woodhead7182.6600ReceivingNew York GiantsRecYdsAvgLngTDFumLHakeem Nicks1010910.91900Mario Manningham57314.63800Bear Pascoe4338.31200Victor Cruz4256.3810Henry Hynoski2199.51300Ahmad Bradshaw2199.51100Jake Ballard2105.0900D.J. Ware188.0800New England PatriotsRecYdsAvgLngTDFumLAaron Hernandez8678.41210Wes Welker7608.61900Deion Branch34515.01900Danny Woodhead44210.51910Rob Gronkowski22613.02000Chad Ochocinco12121.02100BenJarvus Green-Ellis2157.5800KickingNew York GiantsXPMXPAFGMFGALngPctPtsLawrence Tynes112238100.07New England PatriotsXPMXPAFGMFGALngPctPtsStephen Gostkowski221129100.05 By Rick GrayshockRick is a co-founder and editor of WFNY. His love of Cleveland sports is surpassed only by his faith and love of his family. Follow him on Twitter- @rickwfny.View all articles by Rick Grayshock Post navigation NFL Commisioner considers eliminating Pro Bowl Video: Betty White picks the Browns for Super Bowl XLVII C-Bus KevinMy takeaway from the Super Bowl…You don’t need to be perfect to win it all. You just need to get there. AnonymousAgreed.Neither team looked spectacular and had much better championship game performances.Credit Holmgren who has said it’s all about getting into the tournament.Anything can happen from there. AnonymousTheres no difference these days between the 14 win teams and the 9 win teams. Holmgren is right about that, just get into the playoffs and anything can happen. Especially if you have a great QB. I mean the Giants are nothing special but they are the Champions. JakerCleveland fan who has lived his entire life at the Jersey Shore. Senior year of High School AND College I watch the Giants win the Super Bowl. Just my luck AnonymousMaybe not but there is a huge difference between those two teams and the Cleveland Browns. This offseason will be make or break. Free agency starts in just over a month. Time will tell. Wowthey had a good offense and good defense. They won a tough division. That counts for something.