- Tonight's Super Bowl
Well as a Pats fan who stayed up what feels like all night…I’m oscillating between elation and feeling sick due to lack of sleep/caffeine overdose.
When I finally went to bed I could barely get to sleep due to the amount of adrenaline.
What a game!
I bet Mark Wahlberg is gutted – he left in the 3rd! 😆Posted 2 years agoyossarianMember
I managed to watch it all. Probably because I didn’t have any beer due to manflu.
You could tell from the pats first td that they had properly found their rythmn. Still the falcons should have won. Atlanta failed to manage the clock, gave away 3 consecutive defensive holding penalties on 3 consecutive 3rd downs and totally bollocksed up a great field position.
I dislike Brady intensely but fair play.Posted 2 years ago
I am not a Patriots fan but “deflategate” was bobbins, truth is Belichick is a fantastic coach, Brady the GOAT and they are a winning machine. A bit like the All Blacks in rugby. People don’t like them because they win, they had no right to win it last night but they did.Posted 2 years agoHadgeMember
First Bowl I’ve missed since they were televised here due to being unwell but boy after watching it today, what an astonishing game. I honestly thought the Falcons would win before the game and sort of wanted them to as neutral fan (I’m a Cowboy fan for my sins) but what an astonishing comeback by the Pats. Edelmans catch off the tip was one of the greatest I’ve ever seen. Not skill wise but for sheer determination and a will to win. He’s a brilliant receiver. Brady is without doubt the GOAT for QB’s and he’s got 5 rings to prove it. And he still wants more too.Posted 2 years agojambalayaMember
, greatest comeback since TJ
I have a soft spot for Belichick as he was defensive coordinator for Giants under Parcell when I lived in NY, he has an outstanding record. Teams don’t comeback like that without some leadership and great coaching (and yes he has to bear some responsibility for the 3-28 hole)Posted 2 years agoRusty SpannerSubscriber
Well that was an eye opener.
I’ve tried watching loads of times over the years, but never really got it until now.
Surprised myself by really, really enjoying the whole thing.
Wife and stepkids have been fans for years.
I’ve always fallen asleep before kick off.
Suppose I need a team now.
Possibly two, a pretty crap lower league team and one of the big boys?
Spread the love and all that.
Hmm, who would be the equivalent of say, Sheffield United (my team, may God forgive me) and say Burnley?
Mrs supports Chicago.Posted 2 years ago
Apparantly she saw them playing in London BITD, which is good enough for me.votchyMember
Managed to avoid knowing the result and watched it recorded last night, at half time was thinking there was no way back for the Patriots, also thinking Edelman was having a ‘mare as he seemed to drop everything thrown his way. Thought Lady Gaga was a poor half time show, then wow, what a second half. If ever there was a game of 2 halves this was it, think the Falcons lack of experience caught them out eventually with poor time management and also unnecessary penalties. Where did Edelman get that catch from, sheer brilliance. great advert for the NFL overall. feel sorry for the Falcons but at the same time gotta admire the Pat’s for their resolve.Posted 2 years ago
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