Tuck Says New York-Boston Rivalry Has New Chapter

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Giants defensive end Justin Tuck says the bitter rivalry between New York City and Boston now has a new chapter.  Fresh off their stunning 17-14 win in Super Bowl 42 over the New England Patriots, Tuck said there’s no doubt in his mind that the two teams now, quote, “hate” each other.  The Notre Dame product said there was also a little added incentive for him to get to Patriots quarterback and Michigan alum Tom Brady. 

Tuck said the entire team felt disrespected throughout the postseason, and they were very insulted by the fact a book detailing New England’s perfect season was being produced before last Sunday’s game.  New York’s shocking victory ended New England’s bid for a 19-and-0 season.  Tuck had two sacks and a forced fumble in the win.


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