Last Sunday’s impressive 37-20 victory by the New York Giants over the Green Bay Packers brought back memories of a similar run made by the boys from Gotham in the 2008 playoffs. One of the key cogs of that championship team was defensive end Michael Strahan.
Strahan capped off a stellar 15-year career by knocking off the undefeated New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. In his final NFL season, the Texas Southern alum tallied nine sacks, concluding a career that notched 141.5 career sacks, a Giants career sack record.
Nowadays, Strahan finds himself living in Los Angeles and working as an analyst on the set of “FOX NFL Sunday.”
Last week, the gregarious football analyst was seen entering the Lucky Strike bowling alley at downtown LA’s LA Live. Strahan was on hand for Chris Paul’s Charity Bowling Event.
Take a look at the iFollowSports.com original video of the highly outgoing former ballplayer interacting with a mascot bowling pin, prior to heading up the escalator.
Strahan definitely has a lot to smile about these days.