With their 21-17 victory over the New England Patriots Sunday, the New York Giants won Super Bowl XLVI and, much more importantly, earned a match-up with the China Expatdom Football League (CEFL) Champion Wuxi Red Guards in this Sunday’s Super Duper Bowl 2 — the championship of Galactic He-Man Football. The Giants hope to avenge, for the NFL, the 63-20 thrashing that the Red Guards administered on the NFL Champion Green Bay Packers in last year’s inaugural Super Duper Bowl.
Giant Quarterback Eli Manning said that while it "was nice" to win the Super Bowl, the Giants season would be a failure if they couldn’t at least put up a respectable showing against the mighty Red Guards of the Wuxi China Expatdom. "To be honest, we are simply not in the same class as the Wuxi Red Guards. We are like children and they are men of great character! I mean, it was mighty magnanimous of their Quarterback, Rabbi Benjamin Blech, to say that the Super Bowl Champions could compete with the weaker teams in the CEFL!" declared Manning after receiving the Vince Lombardi Trophy during the Super Bowl XLVI post-game ceremony.
Red Guard Wide Receiver Rabbi Yonason Goldson said he woke up early to watch the Super Bowl Monday morning, but admitted he was so distracted by household cleaning duties that he missed the Super Bowl’s dramatic finish and so wasn’t aware who the Super Bowl Champions were. "You know! I feel sorry for the Super Bowl Champions, whoever they may be! I hope we don’t have to pretend that they can be competitive with us. I understand that some of those guys make a career of playing American Football. I hate to shatter their rice bowls!" said Rabbi Goldson.
Asked if he wanted to know who won the Super Bowl, Rabbi Goldson said he didn’t. "I want to keep the identity of our opponent a surprise till game time next Sunday" laughed Goldson who quickly put on his earphones so he could listen to a Marc Levin and then a Econtalk Podcast.