Found February 07, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
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No doubt the biggest turning point in Super Bowl XLVI was the embarrassing drop by Wes Welker on what would’ve been at least a 30 yard gain, possibly a touchdown, on the final drive in which New England held the lead. Sure, Aaron Hernandez and Deion Branch made some drops, but Hernandez is still developing his game and Branch is extremely mediocre. Welker on the other hand, had 22 catches more than anyone in the NFL this season, and he’s developed a reputation as the greatest slot receiver in the game’s history. So for him to blow such an easy catch like that, a grab he’s made 100s of time…kind of looked like what you’d see when someone’s point-shaving. While New York Giants fans celebrated their victory at the Parade in New York City – Boston locals got a 900 pound sweet surprise courtesy of Pawngo, the first online pawn shop, in the center of Copley Square in the heart of Boston.  900 pounds, or 8,000 bars of Nestle Butterfingers were piled high with a sign entitled, “Thank you ...
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...to the refs for giving the Giants 2 free points at the beginning of the game.  Those points didn't affect the outcome at all. ...to the 12th person on the field when the Giants fumbled the ball away in the red zone early in the game. ...to Tom Brady for making another stupid long-bomb interception, just like the one he made two weeks ago against Baltimore. ...to Wes Welker...
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