New York Giants fans cheer during the New York Giants ticker tape victory parade down the Canyon of Heros on February 7, 2012 in New York City. The Giants defeated the New England Patriots 21-17 in Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 5, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Super Bowl XLVI Celebration: New York, New Jersey Celebrate Giants Super Bowl Victory

The New York Giants held their Championship Parade on Tuesday

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Giant Moments: Top 10 Plays of the Giants Super Bowl Season

A review of the top 10 plays of the Giants championship season.

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Giants Victory Parade 2012: Michael Boley And Mathias Kiwanuka Share Ride

The New York Giants championship parade is underway, and the 2012 Super Bowl winners are making their way through New York City to City Hall where they will give their victory speeches. As the celebration continues, there's photos from Twitter poring in. Here's one of Giants linebackers Michael Boley and Mathias Kiwanuka sharing a ride on a float.

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Meanwhile, defensive back Michael Coe snapped a picture of Giants fans. There's a lot of blue, red and white in that shot.

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Giants defensive back Terrell Thomas tweeted, "Parade is crazy

As for this guy, well, here's just trying to not get arrested.

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Giants Victory Parade 2012: Eli Manning, Justin Tuck Looking Fly With Vince Lombardi Trophy

The New York Giants victory parade is marching through New York City, and Super Bowl 2012 MVP, quarterback Eli Manning, is riding on the same float as defensive lineman Justin Tuck.

I must say, Mr. Manning is looking pretty fly with the Vince Lombardi Trophy!!

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Meanwhile, the New York crowd, which is expected to be around 1 million or more, is waiting for the arrival of the Giants to make their way through the Canyon of Heroes. Here's a look of the massive crowd.

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A quick from the windows of Wall Street. Nice!

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More photos of the Giants victory parade coming.

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Giants Victory Parade Underway, Canyon Of Heroes Ready

The New York Giants victory parade to celebrate their 2012 Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots is underway. If you'd like to catch it, it's being broadcast on almost all the local television networks, including YES and MSG.

The Giants, who defeated the Patriots 21-17 Sunday for the second time in five years in NFL's biggest game, are expecting a crowd of 1 million or more to take part in this event. The New York Times blog reported that fan began to lineup around 8 a.m. this morning.

Shortly, the G-Men will be making their way through New York's famous Canyon of Heroes. Here's an outstanding picture of it.

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New York Giants Players Perpare For Victory Parade

In case you're living under or rock in New York City, the New York Giants are about to hold their second Super Bowl parade in five years. The Giants will embark on their celebration parade over the New England Patriots in just a few moments and New York players are getting extremely excited and sharing their emotions via Twitter.

"I'm so excited and I just can't hide it," tweeted Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck about an hour ago.

Meanwhile, players are beginning to take per-parade photos and posting them to Twitter. Here's one from center James Cordle taken of the new Freedom Towers.

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Wide receiver Ramses Barden snapped a picture of the NYPD lining up to protect the G-Men -- maybe, this is what Patriots quarterback Tom Brady needed to protect himself from New York's defensive line.

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How To Watch The Giants Parade Live Online

The New York Giants will hold their victory parade Tuesday, as the 2012 Super Bowl champions will celebrate their 21-17 victory Sunday over the New England Patriots with their millions of fans. The victory parade will begin at 11 a.m. ET and will be broadcast on many television outlets, such as: NBC Sports Network and the MSG Network. Other networks showing some coverage will be ESPN and the NFL Sports network.

However, if you can't get to a television but still would like to catch it good news! MyFoxNY.com is live streaming the celebration on their website.

Click here to watch that feed, or if you have ESPN3 they're also streaming live.

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For more on the Giants and their improbable run to become Super Bowl champions, visit Giants blog Big Blue View and SB Nation New York. For news, recaps, videos, GIFs, and information regarding Super Bowl XLVI, please stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated Super Bowl hub.

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Eli-te Manning Repeats History

There are no more questions about whether Eli is elite. But has the second half of Brady's career become tragic?

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Super Bowl 2012, Eli Manning Press Conference: No Sibling Rivalry Here

Like father, like son. Like son, like brother. And now, by wininng his second Super Bowl championship on Sunday against the New England Patriots, Eli Manning has surpassed his brother Peyton in title hardware.

Yet as younger brother Eli pointed out during a press conference on Monday, there's no rivalry in the family.

"This isn’t about bragging rights. This is a lot bigger. This is about a team, an organization being named world champions, and that was the ultimate goal. That’s the only thing that’s important, is the team finding a way to get a victory. That’s the only thing I care about and Peyton and I both know that’s what the goal is every year. It’s not about anything else," the younger Manning said.

After Eli's Giants held on for a thrilling 21-17 victory Sunday night that wasn't secure until the final play finished, he was able to spend some time with Peyton.

"I got to be with Peyton a bit and he was proud of me," Eli said. "He was proud of the team. A quarterback like Peyton is, he knows the game well and he asks questions a lot of people won’t ask. Like the touchdown to Victor Cruz, he asked me if I saw the middle linebacker running out there, and I didn’t. He can see there and tell it how it looks. It was ‘single-high’ and he kind of jabbed to my right a little bit before running left and looking up Victor. Under center, you know they’re bringing a blitz. It is tough to see that, but luckily, he never looked back at me and I threw it right off his shoulder and Victor did a good job of concentrating and making the catch. Then he talked about the throw to Manningham. He was mad, he said everybody was talking about how great of a catch it was. He said it was a pretty good throw, also. It’s a brother looking out for me. He was proud of me and happy for me."

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Super Bowl 2012, Giants Vs. Patriots: Tom Coughlin Not Retiring, He Reiterates

One day after his team's 21-17 Super Bowl victory against the New England Patriots came down to the last play, New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin reiterated his stance on retirement: it's not coming now, and maybe not for awhile.

During his post-Super Bowl press conference on Monday, Coughlin told reporters he would like to return to the Giants next season and possibly beyond.

Coughlin has now captured a pair of Super Bowl titles with the Giants, doubling the franchise's total from two to four. The 65-year old became the oldest head coach ever to win the Super Bowl on Sunday. Next year, he presumably hopes to break his record. But for now, legacy is the last thing from his mind.

"No, I don’t really think about that stuff, to be honest with you. It’s not about me and this is what we talk about all the time. We’re about team, we’re not about individuals. We’re about the team and what’s in the best interest of our team, and we feel that all our power is generated from team. We’re certainly very cognizant of some of the superior individuals that we have on our team, thank goodness, but it is the team that provides us with our strength, and our ability to perform under pressure, whether it is good or bad, and that’s the way we think," said Coughlin.

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