Found February 06, 2012 on NY Post:
INDIANAPOLIS — For a while, Danny Woodhead, all 5-foot-8 of him, stood tall as an unlikely Super Bowl hero for the Patriots. The running back, who was discarded by the Jets last season and quickly signed by New England, had an expanded role last night in Super Bowl XLVI, scoring a...

Patriots WR Tiquan Underwood says of his release: “This Is Nothing But MOTIVATION….”

In cold-blooded fashion, the Patriots released WR Tiquan Underwood tonight. The move was designed to get more defensive linemen on the field, and they promoted DE Alex Silvestro. It’s not disciplinary, and the team does want him back next year. It’s just brutal for tonight. Awful for Underwood. He wouldn’t have played much, but it still sucks. Read this blog entry from this...

Five missed plays that changed Super Bowl

The New York Giants have won Super Bowl XLVI. Or, you might say, the New England Patriots lost it. While every losing team comes off a game thinking about missed plays that might have made a difference, the well-coached Patriots are usually a team without regrets. Not so this week, not for Wes Welker, whose key fourth-quarter drop changed the complexion of the game and opened...

Patriots backup QB Brian Hoyer: “I don’t know if I’ll ever meet someone as tough as (Brady) is”

There was a scary moment in last night’s Super Bowl XLVI, when QB Tom Brady was crushed by Giants DL Justin Tuck. He got up shaky, and doctors surrounded him. Quickly, backup Brian Hoyer began to throw. Brady ended up going back in, but he finished 7 for his last 17, and he wasn’t the same. After the game, I asked Hoyer what those moments were like. “I just gotta be ready,...

Rob Gronkowski Admits Super Bowl Loss 'Painful,' Says Patriots Need to 'Keep on Grinding' Next Season

Rob Gronkowski nearly hauled in Tom Brady's Hail Mary attempt as time expired in Super Bowl XLVI. But it doesn't matter to the Patriots tight end. Gronkowski said after the Patriots' 21-17 loss to the Giants that it doesn't matter how close he was to catching Brady's desperation heave because unless he actually caught it, the result of the game remains the same...

So close: Patriots fail to honor Kraft with Super Bowl win

A season that began with heartbreak for New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft ended with another loss.

Brady unable to add to legacy

Tom Brady already has built an impressive Super Bowl legacy, but his bid to match the accomplishments of the game's all-time greats was snuffed out by the New York Giants - again. Brady came up short in his bid to join Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana as the only four-time Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks when the New England Patriots fell to the New York Giants 21-17 in Super...

Patriots lead Giants 10-9 after 1st half of SB

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Tom Brady overcame a rare early Super Bowl safety with a perfect 10-for-10 drive late in the second quarter, and his 4-yard touchdown pass to Danny Woodhead gave the New England Patriots a 10-9 lead over the New York Giants at halftime of the NFL championship game ...

40 Giants-Patriots Super Bowl Takeaways

40) If you want to kill the Patriots defense, just tell them that every down is third39) Shaun Weather- ford is very, very excited about punting38) Brady took an intentional grounding for safety, just to ruin everyone's prop bet37) The Patriot defense can force turnovers, but only with 12 men on the field36) NBC didn't want to show Victor Cruz dancing after a touchdown right...

Final Pats thoughts on Super Bowl's Eve

It still seems surreal but the Patriots will be playing in the Super Bowl tomorrow. Wow. I’ve...
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