Monday, February 6, 2012

Patriots Super Bowl

  • Reporting from Indianapolis — If this was not the end of the New England Patriots dynasty, you could certainly hear it from here.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • The crushing loss in last night's Super Bowl left Patriots fans across the region in despair, aghast after the long-awaited game they hoped would rectify their loss to the New York Giants in the big game four years ago.
  • (Boston Globe)
  • INDIANAPOLIS — With 3 minutes and 53 seconds remaining, this was a situation that Eli Manning had faced a couple of times before – trailing New England and needing a big-time drive to win a championship.
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  • (CNN)-- A ticker tape parade awaits the New York Giants this week when the team returns home as Super Bowl champions after defeating the New England Patriots on a last-minute touchdown.
  • (CNN)
  • INDIANAPOLIS -- David Tyree has company.
  • (Detroit Free Press)
  • Tom Brady expects some sleepless nights after suffering his second Super Bowl loss to the New York Giants in five seasons, but he has not given up on winning a fourth NFL championship.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • You too, Peyton. Eli Manning is the big man in the NFL after one-upping Tom Brady and leading the New York Giants to a 21-17 victory over the New England Patriots in last night's Super Bowl — in older brother Peyton's house, at that.
  • (Columbus Dispatch)
  • He is the fifth player to win multiple Super Bowl MVP awards. Patriots safety and UMass product James Ihedigbo led the Patriots out of the tunnel. … Brady played in his 22nd postseason game, tying linebacker Tedy Bruschi for most by a Patriots player.
  • (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)
  • Late in tight, tense Super Bowl XLVI between the Patriots and Giants last night, NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth exclaimed, "We should just have these two teams play all the time." No thanks.
  • (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

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