- n. A Roman numeral representing the number forty-two (42).
“Bowl XLII is possible, but their postseason history could be hard to shake in January.”
“FINAL SCORE: Giants 20 - 49ers 17POST-GAME: And so we will have a rematch of Super Bowl XLII on February 5.”
“If you hadn't won at Super Bowl XLII, do you think you'd still be out there playing today to try to win one?”
“Giants-Pats in a rematch of Super Bowl XLII, or a Harbaugh Bowl between the 49ers and Ravens?”
“So will it be a rematch of Super Bowl XLII against the Giants, or will he get the chance to surpass that record against Montana's own former team?”
“Five years after seeing their perfect season ended by the Giants at Super Bowl XLII in Arizona, the Patriots once again found themselves walking down the tunnel as the confetti fell at Lucas Oil Stadium.”
“That life-changing field goal, the one he decided to take before his coach could call his number, the one that sank the Green Bay Packers and sent the Giants to Super Bowl XLII.”
“Are the prospects for Sunday's Super Bowl XLII rematch at New England suddenly looking not so super?”
“Giants fans find happy parallels between this year's Giants team and the 2007 edition that shocked the world in winning Super Bowl XLII.”
“Getty Images Game 8: In their first meeting since Super Bowl XLII, the Patriots fell again to the Giants, this time at home after leading in the final minute.”
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