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    .......doesn't really matter what the Giants do.
    The Patriots are winning the Super Bowl. Never been more confident in an outcome.
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    #75 Jersey

    The dead are said to have a supernatural effect on things. Not the dying.
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    The effect comes from the inspiration that the deceased and ill inspire in the living.
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    They sure do. We ain't losing.....
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    What a morbid thread.
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    I think the outcome of the game will have more to do with which team plans and executes a better game plan. Certainly, Myra Kraft and Tom Martinez can and will give players inspiration to play well and hard. But I am sure the Giants players have deceased and ill people they are playing for. I can't see the Pats deceased and the Giants deceased having a spiritual battle to determine the outcome of the game. The game is won on the field, pure and simple.
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