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Brady played awful, and his age is showing. This win was all about Belichick and his defense.

Why Dee Ford Why

I turned it on, even tho I said I wasn't going to.   I should have stuck to my original plan. This has been the most boring SB ever.   I'm sitting here wishing I was watching Brees

3 minutes ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:

Honestly, I think last year was the first time the pats scored in the 1st qt of a Superbowl.. or maybe the first 1st qt TD... So this is the norm lol

Didn't they mention that the pats never made a first quarter td in the sb with Brady under center? 

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Buffalo34 is good comedy relief so far though.....  eventually he'll be right you know! lol

Just now, buffalo34 said:

Brady will hit a wide open Edelman for an easy first down coming right up.

aaaaaannnnnnd Juuuuuust a  bit outside....lol

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