About this blog:

About This Blog:
I'm Denim. I cover all things sports, in particular Baseball, Football, College Football, & Hockey, especially the Baltimore Orioles, Penn State Nittany Lions, NY Giants, Colorado Avalanche, & Vancouver Canucks.

Friday, February 17, 2012

The NY Football Giants are Superbowl Champs!

(Written 2/6/12)
Congratulations to Coach Tom Coughlin and the NY Giants on being the 2012 Superbowl Champions, beating New England for the 2nd time in 4 years!
Eli did it again with his 4th quarter magic, this time with Mario Manningham making "the catch". Justin Tuck aslo came up with a key sack on Tom Brady.

It was great to see a jerk like Bill Belichick lose again, and for the media to finally turn on it's darling coach and team.
Not only did Belichick waste a key timeout on an obvious catch and arrogantly concede a touchdown assuming he would win regardless, but he also told his defense to make the Giants throw to Manningham, who made the key play of the game! How great is it when someone so full of himself loses because of his own cockiness?
He assumed a certain player couldn't beat his defense, and that player won the game for the opposition. Bill's own cockiness cost him the game, and it's funny for that to happen to him of Belichick will take any easy way out he can. Remember Spygate? And they hired Denver's former head coach 6 minutes after they found out they were playing them. Also, how can they have both their outgoing AND incoming off coordinators coaching in the game?

It's nice to see McDaniels lose too. He was NE's Off Coord. the year of Spygate, conspired with NE in almost trading away Cutler right when he got to Denver, controversially benched Marshall to blow a game with a playoff spot on the line, and then had a videotaping controversy of his own in Denver.

Tom Brady is also a cocky jerk and a cry baby. It was nice to see how frustrated he was. Since he can't beat Eli, maybe he should concentrate on cleaning up Giselle's foul mouth?

David once again slew Goliath, and it was fun to watch. I knew it would come down to the end, and I knew the Giants would pull it off. The important thing is, the Giants knew it to, and so did Brady...

As for me, I went 8-3 in my playoff picks this year, and 2 of the 3 losses I said could go either way. In the other one I was just being hopeful. Add that to winning my fantasy football league's championship, and I'm doing pretty well this year.

©2012 Denim McDemus

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