New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin says he has a ’special feeling’ about his Giants team and believes they have what it takes to once again ruin the Patriots’ Super Bowl dreams.

The Giants ended the Patriots 20 game regular season winning run in November which sparked joyous scenes at the MetLife Arena Stadium as the players hoisted Coughlin up on their shoulders.

However, they went on a four game losing streak after that but have since turned it around and are currently on a five game unbeaten run and the 65-year-old says the ‘all in’ attitude they have brought to the field has helped them make it through to the Super Bowl.

The 2012 Super Bowl Betting shows the Giants are in for the tough time, but Coughlin feels his team’s bond can carry them over the line.

“I talk about an atmosphere that has been created, the cooperation between the players and the coaches and the harmony that is a great feeling that exits,” Coughlin said. “It has been that type of feeling that has sustained us over the course of the year, but even more; that has seen people grow closer together.”

The Giants defeated the San Francisco 49ers the AFC Championship game on Saturday to book their place at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on February 5th and Coughlin believes the spirit they showed in that game will see them once again take the sport’s biggest prize and has thanked his team for their recent dedication. People looking at the Betfair American football betting prices will be wondering if they have one last push left in them.

“On Saturday night they were locked in as well as any team that I have ever been associated with,” he said

“You could hear a pin drop in the meeting rooms when I visited. It started out with special teams, then offense and defense. I walked around and I listened to the meetings. You could really feel and sense the focus and concentration. Those are things I appreciate.”

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