Kenny Greene, Allen Greene set for joint Saints/Giants Super Bowl bid
Greene and Greene are set to be the first tandem in NFL history to bid for the Super Bowl in the same year.
The New Orleans Saints are reportedly set to match the Giants Super Bowl offer and are expected to have their players in attendance on Super Bowl Sunday.
It would be the second consecutive Super Bowl pairing for the Saints and the third consecutive for the Giants.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning, a teammate of Greene’s in New York, would be a finalist for the 2017-18 Super Bowl, according to the Associated Press.
Greene and the Giants, who are led by head coach Ben McAdoo, are coming off an 11-3 campaign that included a record-tying third consecutive Super Cup.
Greener, 31, led the NFL in passer rating and completion percentage and had a career-high nine touchdowns against just three interceptions.
While his passing numbers have improved, his interception percentage has dropped to a career low, according of ESPN Stats & Info.
He’s also completing just 31.4 percent of his passes.
Green is the only quarterback to have two Super Bowl rings in his first two seasons.
He has a history of quarterbacking two teams to the Superbowl, and he has never won one.