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The New York Giants are quarterbacked by Eli Manning. He has delivered in this situation countless times during his 11-year career. There are never any guarantees, of course, but with the ball in Manning's hands in this scenario Giants' fans should always feel good about their chances.
Manning has led 26 regular-season game-winning drives. Six of those have come in overtime. Nine of them have come on scores with less than two minutes remaining.
Manning has led five game-winning drives in the post-season, two of those of course in the final minutes of Super Bowls.
So, yes, Giants fans should feel good about their chances in this situation. For the Giants, the trick lately has been playing well enough to put Manning in position to work his late-game magic.
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