There are only two things 'Game of Thrones' author George R.R. Martin loves as much as killing off your favorite character.
They both call MetLife Stadium home.
Plus, if you pay close attention to the 'Game of Thrones' novels and HBO series, you might pick up his NFL-related references. There are a LOT of them.
"There's this guy named Patrick St. Denis, who runs a fantasy website called 'Pat's Fantasy Hotlist,'" Martin explained. "Pat is a big Dallas Cowboys fan. So we would have a standing bet for a number of years about whether the Dallas Cowboys or the New York Giants would do better. And I won the bet the first two years. But finally, in the third year the Cowboys finished ahead of the Giants. And what I had to do if he won the bet was to kill him horribly within the books. So I invented a character called Ser Patrek of King's Mountain and described his heraldry as looking somewhat like the heraldry of the Dallas Cowboys with the silver star on a white field." And then I had him ripped apart by a giant."
"(Belichick) appears in the form of Belicho, a "Volantene patriot" and once Triarch, or one of three elected rulers, of the free city Volantis whose tales are told in 'The Life of the Triarch Belicho.'" Jaworski explains. "He had enough adventures and triumphs to warrant four books, but the final one, which Tyrion Lannister is reading in 'A Dance With Dragons,' ends suddenly when Belicho is eaten by giants. Belicho's death in that particular book is also a reference to the 2007 Super Bowl, where an undefeated Patriots team lost to the New York Giants-Belichick's fourth time going to the big game."
Or, the Giants can just draft one of Martin's scariest characters and save the author the trouble of a clever hint.