A real question for you Recruiters - who do you like in the BIG game?
Victor Cruz & Giantess
I hear ya Mack - kinda feeling the Giants myself (even though I am a Lion fan). It ias hard for anyone from CT to really root for NE the way they used us a few years back for a new stadium. Looking forward to a great game.
BTW - I haven't quite recovered from my Warner led Rams losing to the Patriots by a field goal in the closing seconds of Super Bowl XXXVI in 2002. So, if the Giants can pull it off--it would please me.
SUPER SWEET CATCH...SLO MO IS AWESOME!!! .LET"S GO GIANTS!
WORKING THAT CLOCK...MANNING IS DOING THE DEED...
I cannot believe what just happened...the Patriots just let the Giants score.
If this strategy works it's brilliant...if it doesn't it will be considered foolhardy.
HOLY SHITFIRE WHAT A WIN FOR THE GIANTS!!!! I"M SO JAZZED!
This Super Bowl game shaped up into another memorable game. I'm cheered for the Giants to pull off a win in a squeeker...and they did IT!
Super Bowl games have always been memorable for our family but sadly for a different reason. On January 22, 1984 our mother passed away due to a heart condition that finally claimed her on a Super Bowl Sunday.
Now for an unexpected coincidence--today happens to be our mother's birthday. Falling on a Super Bowl Sunday boggles the mind--at least our minds. She would have been 96 year old had she lived to see this day. She would have cheered along with those of us who were cheering and would have consoled those in the family who would feel the loss.
I enjoyed today BIG TIME.. GIANTS WON.
And I know one thing for certain, WIN or LOSE, Mom is still with us...win or lose.
|Super Bowl XVIII|
|Jan. 22, 1984
|MVP: Marcus Allen, RB, Los Angeles|
|Los Angeles Raiders||38|