Monday, February 04, 2008

The only person I know who predicted the Giants would win the Super Bowl is my father. When I talked to him on Saturday night, he explained to me that the Patriots had shown signs of slowing down during the past few games, and that trend would continue. He also told me that the front four of the Giants defense would frustrate Tom Brady and disrupt the offense, and the last thing he said was that Eli Manning would have a chance to win it at the end of the game. I totally blew off his prediction, and I told him that New England would win and win easily, and I was wrong. Never have I been happier to be wrong in my life. I hope each and every one of the Patriots is crying right now.

I must say, one of my favorite parts of the Super Bowl was when the camera kept showing Eli's brother, Peyton, clapping and rooting for his kid brother. As an older brother, I can say, that I would have reacted the exact same way if my brother was playing in the game.

This Is It - Kenny Loggins

5 comments:

Sab D said...

Kenny Loggins, playa? All of us have our 80's pop music moments ... but those are personal, not for public knowledge. But I ain't going to leave you out there solo ... so yes, I listen to Wham - Careless Whsiper from time to time.
Alright, from henceforth, let's keep the 80's pop on the low low.

Peace

maxwellsmusze said...

HAHAHAHA!

Downlow 80s pop moments. I expected this kind of backlash with the Celine Dion pick.

Wow Kenny Effin Loggins...
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Miss Black River said...

Definitely one of the best Super Bowls ever. My sweetie picked the winner and it was a wonderfully fun time.

lex said...

i hoped,hoped, hoped and hoped again that the giants would win. But i didn't think they'd actually do it. I'm sure glad they did. Your dad is a smart man.

btw peyton actually looked cute last night while up there rooting for his brother. I was surprised.

and why they hating on your kenny loggins son? Thats a hot track! That and Sweet Freedom w/michael mcdonald. jamming on the one!

Jo said...

Go GIANTS! Spoken like a true New Yorker!