It's Super Bowl Time, do you have New England or Atlanta winning in this Match on Sunday?
As much as I admire Brady and Belichick, I still have Atlanta. I waver once in a while. Would like to see a new team and city with the trophy. Might make Atlanta a real sports town.
But the sight of Brady and Goodell on the same stage might make the post game required viewing.
I'm behind Atlanta. I don't dislike the Patriots . . . I think . . . But, I believe the Falcons have more grit both offense and defense. I think the matchups are key rather than how well oiled the machines are. I give a nod to Atlanta on that.
It might be nice for Falcons fans if their guys win, but I think New England will be ready for whatever Atlanta has to offer. Few come away from a match with the Patriots with a victory.
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