The best Giants tweets from Super Bowl XLVIII


Super Bowl XLVIII was the most tweeted Super Bowl in history, according to Twitter, with more than 24.9 million tweets being sent during the game and halftime show. The New York Giants’ players were not an exception, with many of the team’s players participating in the festivities on Twitter while the Seahawks trounced the Broncos, 43-8.

Justin Tuck declared what the Giants have learned twice over the seven seasons:

Trumaine McBride echoed his sentiments hours later:

As Andre Brown notes, the first half lacked entertainment. Bruno Mars helped things a little bit with his halftime performance.

And then Percy Harvin broke the internet with his second half-opening kick return to bury the Broncos:

And like many of us, the Giants could not believe what they were seeing:

Steve Weatherford admits the sad truth while he’s on post-game interviewing duty for Fox’s local New York station:

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