Gisele Rips Patriot Wide Receivers On Video
And if you feel a bit sick after watching that video -- do supermodels need a cooling off period too? -- you need to read Dan Wetzel's column about Tom Brady post-game. It just may be the column of the year.
For his part Wes Welker acknowledged that his drop may well have cost his team the game.
“It’s one of those plays I made 1,000 times,” Welker said.
“The ball is right there, I’ve just got to make the play. It’s a play I’ve made 1,000 times in practice and everything else. It comes to be the biggest moment of my life and I don’t come up with it. It’s discouraging.”
“Yeah it hit me in the hands,” he admitted. “I mean it’s a play I never drop. I always make. Most critical situation and I let the team down.”
Meanwhile, y'all know I love the TV data, here are the top ten highest rated markets in the country for last night's Super Bowl:
TOP 10 METERED MARKETS FOR SUPER BOWL XLVI:
1. Boston, 56.7/81
2. Indianapolis, 56.4/79
3. Norfolk, 54.2/73
4. Columbus, 54.1/72
5. New Orleans, 54.0/72
T6. Nashville, 53.5/74
T6. Jacksonville, 53.5/70
8. Buffalo, 52.9/72
9. Kansas City, 52.1/73
10. Milwaukee, 52.0/73
*New York ranked 18th with a 49.7/74
For the local Nashville readers, yep, the NFL owns our city.