Fmr. NFL Wide Receiver David Tyree on What the New York Giants Need to Watch Out For in The Super Bowl
As the New York Giants and the New England Patriots get ready to go head-to-head in Super Bowl XLVI, millions of fans are getting ready for their football parties.
On today’s Studio B, former New York Giants Wide Receiver David Tyree discussed what the key to this year’s game will be, saying, “If there was one thing that I would have to pick, it’s gonna be the
run game … you want to take away as many possessions from the New England Patriots and that offense as you possibly can. You don’t want Tom Brady dictating the tempo of that football game.”
Shepard Smith questioned Tyree about his unforgettable catch in the 2008 Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, which ended up being his last catch in the NFL. He said it was pretty overwhelming to have helped an NFL team to win the Super Bowl, but explained how exciting it was to go from being anonymous to being a guest on many talk shows after the famous catch.
“God was giving me an opportunity. I guess you could say I’ve been filled with faith and passion to serve other people, and I realize that’s more what it was all about.”