VIDEO: Ann Mara Thinks Terry Bradshaw Should Pick The Giants More

As Terry Bradshaw stood on the podium, waiting to speak to Victor Cruz, he found himself blindsided. Out of nowhere, Ann Mara, widow of former New York Giants co-owner Wellington Mara, let him have it. Upset at Bradshaw's reluctance to apparently give the Giants credit, or pick them on his FOX pregame show, Mara found the right time to grab his ear for a moment.

And it all made for must-see television. For his part, Bradshaw tried to brush it off as Mara could be heard yelling "You never pick the Giants." It was all in good fun, and she could be seen laughing and smiling throughout, but the moment sure seemed to make Bradshaw a bit uncomfortable.

Video after the jump.

After a wild day, what better way to cap it off? The Giants are celebrating on stage, everyone's smiling and ... bam: out of nowhere a sneak attack from Mrs. Mara. I, for one, am a fan of her approach.

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