Enjoy the big game (and the commercials) wherever you are this Sunday!
Actually think the score will be much higher. NY 30 NE 19.
Giants win, but by more than 2 points. But then again I predicted (actually it was more like hoping) the Cowboys would be in this game.
Low scoring game, Brady rushed and hurried from the get-go, more turnovers favoring NY and the Eli magic will prevail at the end! Sorry Pats fans
The game will be more interesting if more points are scored (in my opinion). (Remember the first LSU vs Alabama game?) We'll be cheering for Eli and his teammates.
Except that if it become a run game then the points will be lower. Depending on the QBs ability to pass, I see a defensive struggle with a lot of runs and fewer passes, but then I always thought the 49ers would be there, so take that with a grain of salt!
Here are what the Vegas odds makers think.
Good thing I am not a betting person.
27-23 Pats. Offense overcomes defense. (And don't forget Vince Wilfork.)
Get those video cameras ready for the wrath of Eli
Eli was a priest at Shiloh in the period of the judges (1 Samuel 1:3 , 9). Shiloh was about ten miles (16 kilometers) north of Jerusalem. Eli had two sons who were priests, Hophni and Phinehas. No lineage is recorded for Eli, but there are two possible suggestions. First, he is a descendant of Ithamar, Aaron's younger son (1 Samuel 22:20; 1 Kings 2:27; 1 Chronicles 24:3); or second, he comes from the house of Eleazar (Exodus 6:23-25).
And while Doubting Thomas was reproved by Jesus, he came to believe in himself and the Promised Land.
Amen and pass the plate
Eli Who's daddy, Archie Who, helped Ole Miss beat the Arkansas Razorbacks in the 1970 Sugar Bowl. My Christmas present that year was a one day trip to the game. My brother and I flew to New Orleans that morning, went to the game, had dinner, and flew back to Little Rock. In those days, the Sugar Bowl was played at Tulane Stadium. I still have the letter from the travel agency describing that trip.
It is a Manning dynasty!
that's an awesome memory, razorbackfan!.
we all recognize the awesome power of insiders and their memory.
We Pats fans like being underdogs.
well underdog or over dog it should be a great game. I sure hope that the referees allow the players to play rather than calling nuisance penalties on players. What irks me about football these days is that players cannot even touch a quarterback without flags being thrown. And of course all those wonderful commercials
Looks like you called it by the narrowest of margins.
thanks that is if you are talking to me. It was a fantastic game to watch, and we enjoyed all the commercials. Both teams played very well, Tom Coughlin seemed to be more into defeating the Patriots than Bill Belichick was into defeating the Giants. I assume that the final touchdown which the Giants scored in the fourth quarter was a designed play on the part of the patriots to allow a quick touchdown and leave lots of time on the clock for Tom Brady to march down the field and score. He almost did.
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