INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 03: A general exterior view of Lucas Oil stadium decorated with official Super Bowl XLVI signage prior to the game being played between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots on February 1, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Super Bowl XLVI Coverage: Get Caught Up On The Game-Week News And Notes

We have a Super Bowl rematch. The Patriots will meet the Giants in the 2012 Super Bowl just four years after New York beat New England in the Super Bowl. For game-day updates, head over to our Giants-Patriots StoryStream

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25 Super Bowl Prop Bets On The Patriots, Giants, Peyton, And So Much More

Super Bowl prop bets are an annual tradition right up there with Christmas, and with the Patriots and Giants getting ready for Sunday, it's time to prepare ourselves. Check out some of the best bets on the board.


Super Bowl Media Day Highlights: No, Tom Brady Will Not Touch Your Dragon

Super Bowl Media Day came and went on Tuesday, and we didn't learn anything new from the Giants and Patriots, but that doesn't mean it wasn't fun! Get caught up on all the highlights.


Super Bowl Myths: 'Defense Wins Championships,' And Other Misconceptions

Do defense-oriented teams tend to win more Super Bowls? Does a two-week layoff impact teams either way? Does a Super Bowl team's regular-season record mean anything? Herein, we look at what the stats have to say as we lead up to the Patriots Vs. Giants on Sunday.


No Rob Gronkowski Injury Update From Bill Belichick

Rob Gronkowski's status for Feb. 5's Super Bowl XLVI encounter between the New England Patriots and New York Giants remains unknown. Patriots head coach Bill Belicheck shed almost no light on the situation when asked about it during a Tuesdays press conference (via ESPN).

"Well, we'll see how it goes with Rob and some of the other players that are getting treatment when we get back out on the field. We haven't practiced, obviously, in the last couple of days. We'll just see how all that is when it's time to go."

Gronkowski suffered what appeared to be a pretty serious ankle injury during the third quarter for Sunday's win over the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game. He was removed from the game and did not return.

There are apparently those within the Patriots organization that fully expect the record-setting tight end to play against the Giants. A source told the Boston Herald that "He'll be ready to go."

For the latest Super Bowl updates, be sure to follow this StoryStream. Also be sure to check out Patriots blog Pats Pulpit and Giants blog Big Blue View.

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