G-men (and Gronkowski) party; who'll be next season's Giants?

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  • Published: Feb. 8, 2012 at 07:02 a.m.
  • Updated: Feb. 8, 2012 at 08:17 a.m.

New York loves a winner, and the Giants soaked up every ounce of fan adulation Tuesday with a ticker-tape parade and a rally at MetLife Stadium. NFL Network has all the highlights.

Here's what else is on tap for Wednesday:
The Giants went from missing the playoffs altogether in 2010 to winning it all in 2011. Which team has the best chance of repeating that feat next season? Our panel of NFL experts debates the subject.
Jeff Darlington offers an appreciation of Ricky Williams, who declared an end to his one-of-a-kind NFL career Tuesday.
The NFL has grown from humble roots to a league with a global fan base, but it's not stopping. Take a look at the sport's evolution.
NFL Films analyst Greg Cosell points out that once again the accuracy of a quarterback was the determining factor in the outcome of a Super Bowl.

The New England Patriots must get Tom Brady some help if they want a return trip to the Super Bowl, Elliot Harrison writes. And check back Wednesday for his take on the Giants' needs for the 2012 season.
Miss any of the commercials on Super Sunday? Don't worry. We have you covered with a completearchive.

With the 2011 NFL season behind us, it's time to focus on the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine.
You could win $1 million with the all-new fantasy game from the NFL.
Happy birthday to Raiders general manager and former Raiders linebacker Reggie McKenzie, who turns 49 on Wednesday. Also celebrating a birthday is former NFL tight end and "Amazing Race" contestant Marcus Pollard, who turns 40.