|The Game Goes On
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Posted: January 30, 2014
by Ted Greenberg
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New York City and much of the rest of the country has been in a deep freeze. And it’s just hitting me now that the hometown Super Bowl is just a few days away. As Seahawks fans and Broncos supporters pour into the stadium and enjoy the halftime show by pint-size Bruno Mars, my thoughts will be on my beloved Giants and the team’s miserable season. I know Gang Green fans will equally be misty eyed. Where did it all go wrong? Why is the wrong Manning brother competing for the Vince Lombardi Trophy?
I’d love nothing more than being at the Super Bowl cheering on my home team, rooting them to victory. I’m grateful that Eli has taken us to the promised land twice in his career. No one saw that coming in his early days (and granted Jets fans have a lot more to be upset about). But, Super Bowls in cold climes happen infrequently, and I had high hopes that the Giants would pull it together until they lost six games in a row.
So, I’ll watch the game from the comfort of my toasty apartment (glad it’s warm, but wish it didn’t feel like a sauna in my building), rock out to Bruno Mars and root for a competitive game. I don’t care whether Seattle or Denver takes the trophy because my cold, cold heart remains with the G Men.
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