Tom Brady says he'd give up 2 Super Bowl wins to have beaten the Giants in 2007
Tom Bradysaid he'd give up two Super Bowl rings to have won Super Bowl XLII in 2007.
- The Patriots were 18-0 heading into that game, but the Giants made sure the team didn't go undefeated.
Michael Strahansaid he'd trade that 2007 title to Brady for two rings.
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"I would," Brady responded.Michael Strahan was the Giants defensive end in 2007, as well as the team's defensive captain. Now also a Fox host, Strahan replied to Brady with a hypothetical exchange of his own: He said he'd trade the Giants' Super Bowl XLII win in exchange for the two Super Bowl rings Brady said he'd give up.
"Hell, you can have that one, be perfect, I don't care," Strahan said.Strahan played for the Giants from 1993 to 2007. That Super Bowl was his final game, and he even recorded a sack on Brady in it. Before that, Strahan had a chance at a Super Bowl win in 2000. But the Giants were trounced by the Baltimore Ravens 34-7. The hypothetical deal Strahan offered Brady shows how strongly Strahan wanted more championships as a player - so much that he'd give up one of the more memorable victories in NFL history.
Brady, meanwhile, is running out fingers to put rings on, but he still wishes he'd notched the victory that would have been the most memorable of his career.
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