There are more than eight million people crammed into the 305 square miles that are New York City. Still, one would think there's plenty of room for two professional football teams. For five decades, that might have been the case -- but not this year.
With pride, and playoff implications, at stake on Christmas Eve, the battle between Big Blue and Gang Green might as well have been the Super Bowl for the city that never sleeps. And with close to 80,000 of the country's craziest fans crammed into MetLife Stadium that day, who could argue?
"The NFL Season: A Biography", presented by SAP, takes you inside a rivalry that once existed mainly on the back pages of a city's tabloids, but on this past Sunday, was about two teams fighting for postseason survival.