Giants' David Tyree celebrates his TD against the Patriots during Super Bowl XLII.
The NFL and YouTube are continuing to team up, which means more football for fans.
As part of the league’s renewed partnership with the video-sharing behemoth, the NFL announced Thursday that for the first time ever it is going to post three of the most memorable games from each of the 32 teams on the NFL’s official channel before the 2016 season begins.
Also, the league said more NFL content — including highlights while games are still in process — will be uploaded and available through Google Search.
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NFL content on YouTube has garnered almost 900 million views since the league launched its channel in 2015.
Those views should only increase if and when Giants fans get to watch their team upset the Patriots at Super Bowl XLII over and over and over again.