Commentary

Running games may be key to Super Bowl XLII

The Giants running game is one of the league's best, but surprisingly, New England's is dangerous too. How they fare in Super Bowl XLII may be the key to the outcome.

Originally Published: January 31, 2008
By Jeremy Green and Gary Horton | Scouts Inc.
It's obvious the running game is the key to the Giants' offense, but running the ball is surprisingly a big part of the Patriots' attack as well, especially in the playoffs. Scouts Inc.'s Jeremy Green and Gary Horton take a look at what makes these running games so good and what to expect in Super Bowl XLII.

Gary Horton spent 10 years in the NFL as a scout and another 10 years at the college level as an assistant coach and recruiter. He is the founder and most seasoned member of the Scouts Inc. staff, and his extensive experience at all levels of football make him an excellent talent evaluator.