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I love maps, don’t you? And with a football related map- this is pretty cool. Where all the New England Patriots and New York Giants players/coaches will sit for today’s Super Bowl media day.
You can see who the big draws are, because they get stages, while the others don’t. See the maps/graphics after the jump.
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