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I am sure there are going to be a number of articles floating around the world wide web about the big game. The game was football at its highest level in a game that was truly super, bowl of salsa and all. This great game pitted an underdog wildcard from New York against an unbeaten team of giants that go by the name of patriots from New England, and it lived up to the hype and surprised everybody as it was being played in Glendale Arizona. The ending was awesome, the game was fun, and the true MVP of the game should be the resiliant defense of the New York team. Little Manning got his ring as big brother watched. Truly a game for the ages.
But what affected me most had nothing to do with the game. And I know, this is nothing new, but the tradition begun by the Football League is a National stroke of genius. . . The introduction before the game that was the reading of the Declaration of Independence using past players, present players, and other football personalities was truly a mesmerizing event that left me with tears in my eyes and pride in my heart.
Kudos to the people of the network, and the league, for such an awesome display of patriotic and historical character.