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OT: NFL Till Next Season

Pork Butt MikePork Butt Mike Posts: 2,584
edited 12:46PM in EggHead Forum
No matter who won it was one of the greatest SB Games ever. Not because of New England’s almost new record breaking season, not because of any point spread, not because of any stats on ether team. Just plain good old football down on a field of warriors fighting it out.
There first time the two teams met, New England came out and won it by 3. I thought it was a really good game. The Giants held there head high and kept on going strong. New England kept pushing forward and doing what they do best passing. To me I don’t think New England did their homework and took the game maybe a little too lightly. As for the Giant’s they did their homework and hung in there and did their job.
It was a great season for New England and what they accomplish, which is not a easy task at all. But there are going to be known as the team that lost the record in SB 42. It’s sad that they will have that hanging over their heads. New England can hold their heads up high and have nothing to be ashamed about at all.
For what the Giants have accomplished this season was also great. With starting out the season with 0-2 and kept hanging in there and playing hard, and get a wild card seed, and kept climbing up the ladder was a story book ending.
My hat off to both teams for a GREAT YEAR.


  • Well put.
  • Thanks. I wish more folks (on the internet) had your level of class.

    I remember when it was us who were the underdogs. The victory was sweet! Enjoy it!

    In our first superbowl win, they used to announce each player individually at the beginning of the game. The Pats said we are a team, we go together and that's what they did, took the field together.
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