4-minute offense pretty important too 

The Super Bowl offers a lesson to all those coaches who play not to lose: That's a bad idea.

Both New England and New York are known for playing their regular offense, even late in the game with a small lead. While some teams go conservative, the Patriots and Giants have the same philosophy, which is to put the ball in the hands of their best players.

That often means throwing instead of running.

Says Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride, "You need to attack, not step back."

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