Gisele Rips Patriot Wide Receivers On Video
In the immediate aftermath of last night's Super Bowl a drunken Giants fan taunted Gisele.
“Eli rules!” exclaimed a fan after the game as Bundchen left her luxury suite at Lucas Oil Stadium. “Eli owns your husband!”
“You (have) to catch the ball when you’re supposed to catch the ball,” she snapped back. “My husband cannot (bleeping) throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can’t believe they dropped the ball so many times.”
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.