St. Petersburg Times: Super Bowl XXXV
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Super Bowl XXXV Tampa, Florida 2001
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    Giants numbers

    By BOB HARIG

    © St. Petersburg Times, published January 28, 2001


    0

    Victories in one game against Ravens in the regular season. Baltimore won 24-23 in 1997 at Giants Stadium.

    1

    Player remaining from their 1991 Super Bowl victory over Buffalo at Tampa Stadium: tight end Howard Cross.

    2

    Wins in two Super Bowl appearances, 1987 over Broncos and 1991.

    2

    Giants on Pro Bowl roster (LB Jessie Armstead, starter; G Ron Stone, reserve).

    3

    NFL championships before the advent of the Super Bowl: 1934 over Bears, 1938 over Packers, 1956 over Bears.

    4

    Previous Super Bowl appearances by guard Glenn Parker, all losses with Bills.

    5

    TD passes by QB Kerry Collins against Minnesota in NFC Championship Game, tying an NFL/NFC Championship Game record set by Chicago's Sid Luckman in 1943.

    7

    Consecutive wins since coach Jim Fassel predicted in November that Giants would make playoffs.

    13

    Rank in regular season in total offense, highest since they were 10th in 1993.

    21

    Players on 53-man roster with post-season experience.

    88

    Percentage of Phil Simms completions (22-for-25) against Broncos in 1987 Super Bowl, won by New York 39-20 at Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

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