Found January 28, 2012 on NESN.com:
If camels and chicken wing bones have any say in the matter, the Patriots are in trouble. Right on the heels of Princess the camel predicting a victory for the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLVI, the Foodwishes blog got its fingers messy to make its own prediction. Based on the formation of chicken wing bones that had been picked clean of their meat, Foodwishes predicted the Giants would win outright. Check out the highly scientific procedure in the video below.
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