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In Honor Of The New York Giants Super Bowl Xlvi Victory February 16, 2012
Mike Grimm, R-NY
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor the New York Giants—the champions of Super Bowl XLVI. I ask that this poem, penned in their honor by Mr. Albert Caswell, be placed into the Record."
Recognizing Mr. Jason Pierre-Paul As A Super Bowl Champion February 8, 2012
Alcee Hastings, D-FL
"Without JPP leading the team with 16.5 sacks this season and being the steadiest defense player throughout the year, the Giants would not have been crowned Super Bowl champions. One of the lasting images of this game will undoubtedly be JPP’s celebration with his father. When he was an infant, his father, Mr. Jean Pierre-Paul, lost his vision and therefore has never been able to watch his son play football. Super Bowl XLVI was the first NFL game that Jean had ever attended. Their celebratory embrace on the field after the game was truly an emotional event to see."
Congratulating The City Of Indianapolis As Host Of Super Bowl Xlvi February 8, 2012
André Carson, D-IN
"Mr. Speaker, I rise to congratulate the great city of Indianapolis, my hometown, for doing an outstanding job as the host of Super Bowl XLVI."
Congratulating The World Champion New York Giants February 7, 2012
Bob Turner, R-NY
"Mr. Speaker and my fellow colleagues, it is a distinct pleasure to stand before you right now, not only as a Representative but as a fan. I would like to take a few moments and acknowledge the New York Giants for defeating the New England Patriots on Sunday night, 21-17, in Super Bowl XLVI."
Tribute To Victor Cruz And The New York Giants February 7, 2012
Bill Pascrell, D-NJ
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to congratulate Victor Cruz and the New York Giants on their thrilling victory in Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday night, in which they defeated the New England Patriots by a score of 21 to 17. As a fan, I am excited that the Giants have once again brought a Super Bowl championship and the Vince Lombardi Trophy back home to New Jersey. After last winning a championship in 2008, this is the second Giants Super Bowl victory in the past five seasons, for an impressive all-time total of four Super Bowl wins amongst their eight National Football League championships."

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