Since averaging a gaudy 6.7 yards per carry as a third-string rookie in 2008, Ahmad Bradshaw made it to the top of the Giants halfback depth chart in 2010. Kevin Boss took over at tight end for the injured Jeremy Shockey at the end of the 2007 season. Boss proved a considerable threat in the Giants postseason run, with significant games against the Bucs and Packers. In the Super Bowl, he only caught one reception, but Boss took his opportunity and sprinted for a 45-yard gain that would eventually set up a five-yard touchdown pass. It was the longest play from scrimmage in the Giants epic victory. The Giants would go on to defeat the Patriots 17-14. Both Kevin Boss and Ahmad Bradshaw have hand signed this photo of the two after Bradshaw's touchdown in the NFC Championship game. A Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity is included.