They'll be parading through the "Canyon of Heroes" on Tuesday, as the New York Giants beat the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl...again.  Their Super Bowl XLVI feat repeats a similar late-game win over the Patriots four years ago.

FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from Indianapolis:

An exciting finish for New York, down to a final drive to push past the New England Patriots, 21-17, with less than a minute left.

(Manning) "It's been a wild game, it's been a wild season, but we got a great, tough bunch of guys - guys who never quit, have great faith in each other, and I'm just proud of our team."

...Manning on NBC Sports.  Overall, he completed 30-of-40 for almost 300 yards, and named Super Bowl MVP for a second time in "Big Blue's" fourth Super Bowl championship win.

At Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.

WATCH - FOX News Radio's Ron Flatter takes us inside the "NFL Experience" at Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis:

The game may have gone off without much controversy...but that's not the case with the halftime show.

FOX News Radio's Ron Flatter has more from Indianapolis:

Madonna promised...

(Madonna) "There will be no wardrobe malfunctions."

But that wasn't the issue with the Super Bowl halftime show, nor was it Madonna.  It was a guest performer.  MIA was rapping on Madonna's new single, "Gimme All Your Luvin'"...

(MIA Performance) "I'm gonna say this once, yeah, I don't give a..."

...And we leave that NBC clip right there.  The profanity she may have rapped was distorted, but the middle finger she gave the camera was not.  The NFL and NBC apologized, then pointed fingers at one another...index fingers, this time.  The NFL blamed NBC's delay system for being late in cutting away from the gesture.  NBC pointed out the NFL hired MIA to perform at halftime.

At Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, Ron Flatter, FOX News Radio.

Super Bowl XLVI Facts:

-Both QB's set records for consecutive passes completed: Eli Manning completed his first nine in a row, the most to open the game.  Tom Brady completed 16 in a row in the 2nd and 3rd quarters, breaking Joe Montana's old record of 13.

-Giants coach Tom Coughlin is the oldest coach to win the Super Bowl (65 years old).  He's now one of 13 coaches with two or more Super Bowl wins.  Seven of the 10 Hall of Fame-eligible coaches from that group have been elected into the NFL's  Hall of Fame.

-The win is the Giants fourth Super Bowl title, trailing only Pittsburgh (6), and San Francisco and Dallas (5).

-The game was the fifth Super Bowl for the coach-QB combo of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, tying a record.

-The Patriots had won 10 straight games going into Sunday night.  Their last loss: against the Giants in November.

-The Giants are the first team to win the Super Bowl after being outscored during the regular season.  They are also the first team to win it all after going 9-7 in the regular season.  The Giants won 10 games a year ago, but didn't make the playoffs.