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    OT - Super Bowl Thoughts
    Hey Guys,

    The super bowl is almost here! Thought I would start a thread for people to cheer on their teams.

    Here's my predictions:
    Pats win by 14, Total score over 52

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    I think the Giants will win by 3

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    Trust's new avatar drives me crazy.

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    Eliiiiiiiii

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    I predict Eli will have a nervous breakdown by halftime. They'll carry him off the field as a puddle of _____________. Fill in the blank.

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    I predict someone will touch Brady and he'll start crying to the refs as usual. The thing with Eli, I don't think he really has that much pressure.

    Considering, everybody expects the Patriots to win so if they lose, they lose just like everybody did. And lose to what a lot of people are calling the best team ever. And if they lose, they got to the Superbowl, nobody expected that. So they have a lot to build on for next season. They played pretty loose last time they played the Pats and only lost by 3, 38-35. So if he plays like he has thru the playoffs and lose, he'll still be alright. Unless he has one of those bad games and throws a few picks. Giants should just go out there and have fun, take chances.

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    Saddest fact about the Super Bowl -- nobody remembers that the LOSING team is the second best team in all the NFL. In other words, most people's perception of the Super Bowl is waaaayyy to oriented toward "winner," "loser" than toward quality professional football.

    What are there now -- 32 NFL teams? 30? So even the Super Bowl loser is an exceptionally high quality football team.

    Having said all that, I predict: Patriots by 14, total score under 45. Why? Just because.
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    I don't mean to get on Eli's case Trust. He has actually played great down the stretch. But this IS the Super Bowl and the intensity will be at a whole other level. It's a lot for a young guy to deal with.

    Then again Brady did pretty good in his first one.

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    I am not really attached to any specific outcome because I am not a true fan of either team. I am a fan of football so I am hoping just for an exciting competitive game.

    The Giants seem to have peaked at the right time. They were playing their best football down the stretch and into the playoffs. Eli didn't get the Giants to this point. He has never appeared to be the team leader. He played within himself and more importantly didn't make any mistakes. The Defense got them here.

    The Pats are an experienced but mature team. They will be less affected by the pre-game hype. Tom has a habit of winning. I have seen him steal victories from other teams this season. The Pats pressure comes from being 18-0 so if they don't win it will be considered a losing season.

    Neither QB is distracted by Jessica Simpson.

    It will come down to coaches and execution. If Giants defense can frustrate Tom they have a chance. If Pats can build a lead Eli might make costly mistakes.

    Either way I think neither team will be back next season.

    I will have to go with Pats 24-17 with the final outcome determined in the last 2 minutes.

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    I am going with the Pats for a win with a point spread of 6

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    Giants for the win, by 3. Giants is my team, I'm glad to see them in the Superbowl.

    GO GIANTS!

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    I am not a sports afficianado, so I'm offering my Son's best advice, Giants take the Pats because of the Pat's QBack, (forgotten his name now -yah I know shame on me), I guess his ankle is strained. He is thinking by 6 points. Pretty sure of himself huh?

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    Giants by 3!


    Im only watching the Superbowl though if I can watch it somewhere with WiFi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julia_Shoeboxed
    Giants by 3!


    Im only watching the Superbowl though if I can watch it somewhere with WiFi
    Sure. Come on over. We've got chips and guacamole dip.

    Oh, yeah -- you're in NC. Never mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by writerguy
    Sure. Come on over. We've got chips and guacamole dip.

    Oh, yeah -- you're in NC. Never mind.
    Haha. Took up a different offer, Shoeboxed is watching it together.

    The opening national anthem is on right now, can we say "Lip syncing" ?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julia_Shoeboxed
    Giants by 3!

    I can see the future


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    Holy Schnikees!!! NY did it!!!!
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    Even as a Packer's fan, I was happy to see the Giants win.
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    We're gonna go inside, we're gonna go outside, inside and outside. . . And then we're gonna go go go and we're not gonna stop til we get across that goalline! Quotes from the movie Rudy, 1993

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    BEST SUPERBOWL I HAVE EVER WATCHED!!!! I "wished" that the Giants would win only because I did NOT want to see a 19-0 perfect season by a any team (unless they were the EAGLES of course). I only wish I could "wish" for the same success in affiliate marketing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swong
    Giants for the win, by 3.
    I predicted correctly? That's a first. Damn, I should've placed a bet!

    That was an exciting game, towards the last 2 quarters anyways. It turned out to be one of the best superbowl games I've ever watched, especially since the Giants won!

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    WOW, as a soccer fan I really enjoyed that. If only all games were like it!

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    Amazing game!
    nice call swong - even if you were pulling it out of the air

    Giants D really held it down, and Eli stepped it up.

    the streets in NY were ablaze!

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    I guess my Son's only regret was that two real pro's and gentlemen in the game, Jr Sieau (sp) and Randy Moss weren't able to grab a ring and after all those years. Other than that, it was a real pleasure watching my Son's favorite win, even if it wasn't by 6.

    Check out their new stadium "New Meadowlands" http://www.nynjfootball.com/giants/

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    A surprise ending for sure. Congratulations to the NY Giants and all their fans and those that believed. Actually watching the Giants in the playoffs they were the team that was getting better, whereas the other teams were surviving.

    Eli quietly and confidently gave Tom some of his own medicine. I think this was a moment in NFL history, having brothers QB victory for back-to-back Super Bowls.

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