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    yes, any day that Randy Moss doesn't physically run over one of us little people (like traffic cops) on his way to where he wants to go he's on his very best behavior.
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    I didn't have a problem with Belichek leaving the field with 2 secs. left. It was looking like total chaos, anyway. No biggie.

    And, about him being a class act all the way...hasn't he proven that he is not above being somewhat underhanded? Oh well.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;2782661;
    hasn't he proven that he is not above being somewhat underhanded?
    Hmmm... Spygate anyone?

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    Hmm so I wonder what The Patriots are going to do with the Pre ordered Perfect Season 19-0 books over 100,000 copies pre ordered on Amazon.com? The purchased Trademarked of The Perfect Season of 19-0 and all of the stunned fans bereft in the streets,lol.

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    they can have a yard sale and sell that stuff. Serves them right for counting chickens before they're hatched. Makes me even happier with the Giants victory. The Patriots and Brady should have known that underdogs can win the Superbowl - as they were the underdogs playing against the Rams in 2002.
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    Don't teams normally make those sorts of licensing moves before a championship? Clearly the Giants did too, since they had hats and t-shirts for all the players as they came of the field. The window for selling championship merchandise is a short one. So they all get the items prepared before the game, and then destroy whichever ones aren't applicable.

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    The hats and t-shirts are made pretty much in advance. The clothing for the losing team isn't actually destroyed; they just make their way to Africa and other poor parts of the world. (Link 1, and Link 2.)

    And speaking of championship gear, look what ends up on eBay...

    New England Patriots NFL Championship Superbowl Ring - eBay (item 120218444284 end time Mar-04-08 11:58:59 PST)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo;2782983;
    The hats and t-shirts are made pretty much in advance. The clothing for the losing team isn't actually destroyed; they just make their way to Africa and other poor parts of the world. (Link 1, and Link 2.)

    And speaking of championship gear, look what ends up on eBay...

    New England Patriots NFL Championship Superbowl Ring - eBay (item 120218444284 end time Mar-04-08 11:58:59 PST)
    Hahaha, actually when Tisch was interviewed on CNBC after he rung the opening bell at the NYSE this morning, he said something to the effect of, "there will be a lot of people in India wearing 19-0 t-shirts this spring."

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    Brett Favre Retires

    I certainly will miss him. I respect his decision and wish him and his family all the best

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    Favre....class act all the way!
    "...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer

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