2.03.2008

What A Game

video And this play, on the final drive, is what did it.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very exciting Super Bowl. Thank God the game was exciting, cause the commercials were lame.

gern blansten said...

Asa lifelong Dallas fan, at least I can know that:
1. The New england CHEATRIOTS didn't win the Super Bowl, and
2. My Cowboys beat the Giants twice this past season, and should've beaten them in the playoffs. Oh well...

at least a LITTLE consolation for me and my fellow DC fans...

Anonymous said...

COWBOYS NEVER HAD A CHANCE

Mental P Mama said...

Go Giants!!!!!!!

Bulldog said...

Say what you want, the Giants defense was absolutely stellar.

Anonymous said...

The Cowboys didn't beat the Giants but Tony sure looked cute out there in his uniform!!!

Double Fake Jessica S.

Anonymous said...

The game sucked! B-O-R-I-N-G! Cowboys suck too. Get over it.

Anonymous said...

wow. 11:21 a.m.

Good football games revolve around teams with good defenses. This makes the games like a chess match where one blown or exciting play decides the game.

If that is too much for you, why don't you get into curling?

Anonymous said...

11:21 What fan are u obviously not of football... how can u say that gamed sucked, because it was not a blow out? How can u say Dallas sucked they had a record regular season. they just got out played by the what um....Super Bowl Champs!!!hmmmmmmmm

Anonymous said...

WHOS THE REAL WINNER BRADY GOT TO GO HOME WITH GISELE

AND IM SURE SHE MADE HIM FEEL BETTER

Anonymous said...

I can't believe no one is pointing out, not only how badly Belichick got out coached, but also what a butt he made of himself at the end of the game by not even being in the stadium for the last play, no matter how little it meant. He is a classless individual that not even a perfect season could have made-up for. Patriots will always be the biggest 18-1 losers in the history of sports!

Anonymous said...

go cry to gisele, tom brady! it's about time someone brought you back to reality--TEAM ELI!!!

M&M said...

I'm still baffled by the Pat's decision in the 3rd quarter. Close game, low scoring, 7 to 3. They have the ball on the Giants 31 and it's 4th and 13. Instead of going for the 48 yard field goal, they go for the first down or touchdown. They don't make it & the ball goes over on downs. If they had the field goal at the end of the game, the Giants touchdown merely ties the game and they go into overtime.

And there was no criticism or second guessing at all by the announcers and not one word by the post-game analysts about that decision. The agony of defeat.