Ann Stewart: The New England Patriots win Super Bowl XXXVIII with a 32-29 win over the Carolina Panthers in Houston, Texas. Tom Brady wins the Most Valuable Player again.
Scarlet Termite: Wow! What a game! Panthers didn't win but they sure played a great game! I am so impressed by Jake Delomme! What an arm! I haven't seen anyone fire it in like that since John Elway played. And the Panther offense was giving him all kinds of time to do it, too. He could've eaten his lunch back there. I know that they are all sad that they didn't win but they should be proud of themselves for the effort they put out. That was the best Super Bowl I have seen in years!
Backwards: The Panthers haven't ever won a Super Bowl.
Ann Stewart: Backwards I didn't know that...Thanks for filling me in...I am not much of an expert on football...I was for the Pats...but I would have been happy either way...I did get some nice pixs of Tom Brady after the game...The Pats only won by 3 points...Gee I hope that Panthers get their shot at it again...My favorite team is the Titans...but my second favorite is the Patriots...So I guess you saw Brady make most VIP player again hun?
Sindhu Kumar: It was oh so close!. This game will added to the list of all time classics of the Super bowl.
Michael Bohannon: Well, that was a great Superbowl! I thought either team was deserving of the win, but I was really hoping for our first Superbowl overtime. I didn't realize that kicking the ball out of bounds resulted in the ball being placed on the 40; I thought that it always came out on the 30. Maybe that's where the ball actually went out of bounds, but if not, I think automatically starting from the 40 is a little extreme. I understand the rule is there to deter the kicker from avoiding dangerous returns by simply booting the ball out of bounds, but the 40 yard line- that's just ridiculous. But like I said, I don't know where the ball actually went out of bounds.
I thought Brady was good, but I actually thought the MVP should have went to Vrabel. I know that sounds weird, but hey the guy made big plays on both sides of the field. He was everywhere!
OK.. prediction time: Titans 2005 Superbowl Champions and then Steve McNair retires and rides off into the sunset. So Patriot fans enjoy this one, because it's your last.
Sindhu Kumar: I echo your sentiments, Michael. Would have loved to have seen this game gone to overtime.