When it comes right down to it, Super Bowl XLVI featured two teams that weren't really all that, well, super. The New England Patriots, despite being the AFC's No. 1 seed, sported the second-worst defense in the NFL—their collection of undrafted free agents and castoffs finished No. 31 in the league in yardage allowed. The New York Giants, meanwhile, won the most mediocre division in football—the NFC East—with a 9-7 record. They actually gave up six more points on the season than they scored. So after winning a seemingly epic battle, 21-17, Eli Manning and the G-Men may someday be considered among the worst Super Bowl winners in history. Here's a look at their competition.