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    FANTASTIC GAME!!! Best Superbowl this century. Best in a long time. And the bonus is... the Pats lost.

    Brady once again proved he's a jerk by yelling at the receiver after his bad pass, and Belichick was an ass for leaving the field before the end of the game.

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    I went into this not really caring one way or the other, but I'm really happy the Giants won. I loved Peyton up there cheering his brother on.

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    It was a boring game, in my opinion. Until the end. Then it really lit up and the right team won for sure. So glad that Brady's and his cocky team lost. There's just something that really bothered me about them and I don't even follow the NFL!

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    So why aren't reporters out there claiming that Brady lost because his girl was in the stands??
    Never let the things you want make you forget about the things you have.

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    Great game & even though I wanted to see the perfect season, I still saw History. Brothers as winning Quaterbacks back to back . Congrats Giants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marleybone;2781617;
    I went into this not really caring one way or the other, but I'm really happy the Giants won. I loved Peyton up there cheering his brother on.
    I felt exactly the same way. I went into the game indifferent, then at the end, I started to get a little sad at the prospect of the Giants not winning ... and then even a little sad at the Patriots not having their perfect season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broadway;2781726;
    So why aren't reporters out there claiming that Brady lost because his girl was in the stands??
    I was thinking the same thing. That will probably be said sometime today.
    The game was great and so was the outcome. It was nice to see an exciting game.
    Those "blow out" superbowls are never fun to watch.

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    Count me in the group that was bummed my Chargers were not playing, so not that interested in the game. I tuned in to see the commercials and couldn't help but get caught up in it and to root for the Giants and then when the Pats scored late in the 4th I walked away... only to hear my husband screaming to come watch the replay, wow what a catch, what a game! So glad the Pats went down in flames!

    So now we ban Giselle from Patriots games?!
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    still to miserable to make a point.


    Giants deserved that one, we played like a pile last night.
    They serenaded the newest champs in this city of champs, and taunted Kobe Bryant and his Lakers, who drowned in a green-and-white wave for 48 minutes.

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