Probably once a month or so, sometimes more and sometimes less, I'll go back to nfl.com/videos, find the section with videos from the 2007 playoffs, and just watch straight through the highlights for Giants-Bucs, Giants-Cowboys, Giants-Packers, and Giants-Pats, and without fail it will put me in an ecstatic laughing-with-joy-so-hard-I'm-tearing-up mood. The endzone interception of Romo, the Brandon Jacobs game opening hit against the Packers, the whole frigging 4th quarter of the Super Bowl... even after a few years, I can't believe it happened. It also lets me immediately forgive basically anything bad Eli or Coughlin may do over the rest of the careers, even should Eli morph into Tim Couch's second coming.
How do y'all think about 2007? Back burner/ancient history/focus on today, or still reliving it in some way?