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He is unbeaten, untied, and unequivocally the king of the football world. Tom Brady is the money man. How long can this go on?
You can make a case -- in fact, I’m going to -- that this was the most difficult postseason task ever presented to a team attempting to win a Super Bowl.
How fitting, in the closing moments of the win, that Belichick, Charlie Weis and Romeo Crennel formed their tiny, sentimental huddle on the sideline.
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Branch still had his gloves on 30 minutes after the game. You never know when Tom Brady might fling another ball his way.
The Patriots used the screen pass to nullify an Eagles blitz that was pressuring Tom Brady and forcing New England into some uncharacteristic mistakes.
Please, don’t embarrass yourself, Patriots fans. Don’t even think about invoking the “D-word.”
The message of these Patriots’ Super Bowl win is that the game is won in the head, not the body.