Why can't Tiki Barber just go away once and for all and leave the Giants alone?
It seems that Blabber, with a huge assist from William C. Rhoden of the New York Times, is claiming some credit for helping the Giants win Super Bowl XLII.
Blabber, who of course was famously critical of eventual Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning, is now also trying to take some of the credit for Eli's transformation.
Rhoden, a veteran writer who should know better, falls all over himself agreeing and trying to give Blabber undeserved credit.
I agree with Pro Football Talk, which reminds that nothing Blabber ever does or says is done with the purpose of helping anyone but himself.
What's not ironic is Barber's decision to turn the attention back to himself. That's his normal approach, and he's happy for the spotlight, even when being in it by all rights should be an embarrassment.