So. Many. Diamonds.

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brandonchristensen said:
https://vimeo.com/118936092
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You can download it from below as well. If the DOWNLOAD option isn't there you may need an account, but I don't think you do...
 
Let me know if you have any issues.
 
Thank you! Just d/l'd it and added it to my iPhone.
 
Now wherever I am, and wherever I go, I can scrub ahead to 24:40 to hear:
 
"I love you buddy."
 
"Hey, I fucking love you guys. Lets go man. Lets go."
 

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The 2nd biggest shocking thing in the Super Bowl?
 
Stork actually having a laugh.
 

 
Starting to love that irritable SoB. 
(It was clear in one version of this amazing sequence that Brady actually says, "Malcolm! Are you fucking kidding me?" Bleeped out obviously.)
 

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8slim said:
 
That sounds delicious.
Yah it does....
 
On another note, watching the sound fx stuff. On the Gronk Td, Wilson knew they would throw to him against Wright, Carroll knew it and said it. Why not call a TO? There is no way that match goes Seattle way most of the time. Bad coaching.
 

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72 whining to the refs about 76 grabbing their face, he can't take care of them if his face keeps getting grabbed. lawl
 
https://vimeo.com/118950635
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When Tom is screaming, Jimmy G is behind him and all he wants is Tom's attention and Tom ain't giving it to him. haha.
 
"THAT'S WHY YOU BROUGHT ME BACK!!!!"
 
"We did it, dad! We did it...I love you...I wouldn't be here without you..."
 
*sob*
 

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I'm looking at all the fan reaction videos and I went berzerk after the interception like everyone else for a few seconds, especially seeing some of the Pats players running on the field. But then I saw the flag and about had a stroke expecting an interference call or something else terrible (and because, well, this is today's NFL). I thought I might see more of that type of "YESSS - NOOOO -- YESSSS " reactions in the videos.
 
But they are all awesome.    
 

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I honestly wasn't aware of the flag in real time.
 
Thank god.
 

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Side note...
 
If you have an AppleTV, load up the video and click the little stop watch on it "Watch Later". You can then load up Vimeo and go into your watch later videos and watch it on TV.
 

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The NBC Turning Point show is on at 6:30 tonight on NBC Sports.
 

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Speaking of Chung, it's a good story that he came back and won a SB after his bad decision to fake the punt in the playoff loss to the Jets.
 
Agreed. Pretty sure he gets concussed, too, taking out the fullback on the "play before the play" (Ayers/Hightower tackle). Dude is slow to get up afterwards.
 

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Chevy giving the truck directly to Butler, bypassing the tax hit for Brady
 

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Chevy giving the truck directly to Butler, bypassing the tax hit for Brady
Excellent, was worried about that for Gisele and Brady since they have such a high marginal tax rate.
JK...actually cool of Chevy.
 

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Turning Point was sooooo gooood. I don't need a dvd, I'm never deleting this from the DVR.
 

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A friend of mine told me he heard Howard Stern discuss - after playing a clip of - Patrick Chung celebrating the victory and apparently letting out a (presumably DeflateGate-inspired) happy rant that ended with "EAT SHIT!" Can anyone confirm?

Edit: Left. Out. Words.
 

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Mugsy's Walk-Off Bunt said:
A friend of mine told me he heard Howard Stern discuss - after playing a clip of - Patrick Chung celebrating the victory and apparently letting out a (presumably DeflateGate-inspired) happy rant that ended with "EAT SHIT!" Can anyone confirm?

Edit: Left. Out. Words.
 
I can confirm that I heard him play that clip, and he absolutely said "Eat Shit!"
 

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Patriots all access tonight was pretty good, specifically the last three minutes, player interviews after the game.
 
Browner was pretty comical "Any player who sleeps tonight should be fined.".............then a huge smile.
 
Slater saying how proud he is of the team, then he gets choked up and his head drops.
 
Nick crying on the sidelines after the win.
 
More awesome stuff; wondering who the player is who says his grandfather has a Lombardi, now he's got one?
 
For me, the more this sinks in, this is better than the 2002 Super Bowl win on a number of levels, but that's just me.
 

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54thMA said:
Patriots all access tonight was pretty good, specifically the last three minutes, player interviews after the game.
 
Browner was pretty comical "Any player who sleeps tonight should be fined.".............then a huge smile.
 
Slater saying how proud he is of the team, then he gets choked up and his head drops.
 
Nick crying on the sidelines after the win.
 
More awesome stuff; wondering who the player is who says his grandfather has a Lombardi, now he's got one?
 
For me, the more this sinks in, this is better than the 2002 Super Bowl win on a number of levels, but that's just me.
 
Link - http://www.patriots.com/media-center/videos/All-Access-presented-by-GEICO---262015/a13f185b-ea31-405f-b58b-d0bea19e086a
 

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Pete Carroll in the first video that loads, the Seahawks final drive, says (paraphrasing) "2 minutes to go, 3 TOs, need a TD to win, been doing this all year".
 
Well, not really Pete. Three times in the regular season Seattle took over with little time on the clock (3 minutes), needing a TD to win, and they never scored.
 
Game #2 against SD: down 27-21, takes over with 3 minutes left, 4 plays, turnover on downs--0 for 1
Game #5 against Dal: down 27-21, takes over with 3 minutes left, 4 plays, turnover on downs--0 for 2
Game #10 against KC: down 24-20, takes over with 2:47 left, gains 15 yards on 7 plays, turnover on downs--0 for 3
 
That is balanced somewhat by the Packers game, but they had not been doing it all season.
 
In his career, trailing with under 4 minutes to go, Wilson's QB rating is 67.9, trailing with under 2 minutes to go it is 74.5.
 
 
I posted that on Facebook; his team had definitively NOT been doing that all year. GTFO. I have no hate for the Seahawks, but Carroll is still a fucking U$C ninny.
 

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Finally got a chance to watch SoundFX..... Butler on the sideline after the Kearse catch looked as totally dejected as i felt in my living room.  Except he actually got to do something about it... so happy for the kid.
 
Also, Brady's reaction to the pick was pretty much exactly the same as mine.
 
Edelman putting McDaniels on the ground was pretty awesome, too.
 

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Old Fart Tree said:
 
I posted that on Facebook; his team had definitively NOT been doing that all year. GTFO. I have no hate for the Seahawks, but Carroll is still a fucking U$C ninny.
 
Well other than the three times that it did not happen, they've been doing it all year.
 
That's Carroll for you; I wonder at what point his act will get old in Seattle?  It took three years here back in the late 1990's.
 
 

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On Turning Point, that shot of Butler with his legs buckling as he comes off the field, propped up by his teammates:
 

 
 
 
It kind of reminded me of James Brown's near collapse routine on stage where his valet tries to wrap the robe around him.
 
 
 

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54thMA said:
Patriots all access tonight was pretty good, specifically the last three minutes, player interviews after the game.
 
Browner was pretty comical "Any player who sleeps tonight should be fined.".............then a huge smile.
 
Slater saying how proud he is of the team, then he gets choked up and his head drops.
 
Nick crying on the sidelines after the win.
 
More awesome stuff; wondering who the player is who says his grandfather has a Lombardi, now he's got one?
 
For me, the more this sinks in, this is better than the 2002 Super Bowl win on a number of levels, but that's just me.
I thought it was Brandon Bolden and sure enough, his grandfather was Frank Pitts, WR for KC. played in Superbowls I and IV
 
NFL Network's America's Game doesn't come out for months.  I was at the SB, I saw Inside the NFL, I watched Sound FX, but I'm still jonesing.  I'm still awaiting that great youtube video with music that details the WHOLE season like KFP posted before the before the Baltimore postseason game:
 
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8IZste6zQ0
 
Where is my update baluyut b???!!!
 

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I have watched a ton of footage including Turning Point, Inside The NFL and the Patriots All Access and its really hard to dislike anyone on this team.  More to the point, I want Malcolm Butler to reach his life goals, football or otherwise.  Even if the kid never did what he did - and let's face it, he made the biggest INT in Superbowl history - he is extremely likable.
 

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I know what you mean. I've rooted for plenty of teams filled with assholes and don't really care, am under no illusions. But, Christ, these guys going all northern California new age "I love you bro" was straight out of the Walton's - just too aw shucks sweet. Love these guys.
 

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Boston's been blessed with, not only great teams but likable players. Ortiz, Pedro, Bergeron, Brady etc.
Easier than rooting for Clemens, Boggs etc
 

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Old Fart Tree said:
 
I posted that on Facebook; his team had definitively NOT been doing that all year. GTFO. I have no hate for the Seahawks, but Carroll is still a fucking U$C ninny.
He was talking about in practice, not that I disagree with your conclusion.
 

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brandonchristensen said:
72 whining to the refs about 76 grabbing their face, he can't take care of them if his face keeps getting grabbed. lawl
 
https://vimeo.com/118950635
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When Tom is screaming, Jimmy G is behind him and all he wants is Tom's attention and Tom ain't giving it to him. haha.
 
"THAT'S WHY YOU BROUGHT ME BACK!!!!"
 
"We did it, dad! We did it...I love you...I wouldn't be here without you..."
 
*sob*
 
A great shot of Garoppolo is at 6:35 of this video.  After years of Tommy Left Hanging, we finally see the torch passed to Jimmy Left Hanging.
 

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Late to the party but anyone who tries to discredit this win based on Carroll's call is out of their minds.  The play that Butler makes there is just sick.  Ask Russell Wilson - listening to him trying to explain what happened on the sideline is pure confusion. 
 
Also, Chandler Jones running up the field waving his arms like he's 8 is, I think, my favorite moment.  Then he weeps.  This team is so cool.
 

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DeJesus Built My Hotrod said:
I have watched a ton of footage including Turning Point, Inside The NFL and the Patriots All Access and its really hard to dislike anyone on this team.  More to the point, I want Malcolm Butler to reach his life goals, football or otherwise.  Even if the kid never did what he did - and let's face it, he made the biggest INT in Superbowl history - he is extremely likable.
His interviews after the game were just perfect. Not all in your face about God. Just
"Blessed". He seemed genuinely humble.
A little different and refreshing. Can you imagine if Sherman made the equivalent game saving play?
 

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https://twitter.com/espnnfl/status/564222119479746560
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXP2QR8gxFk
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGGVW34ylyA
 
My favorite part of Gronk's PuckSpike is his warning the Islanders' John Tavares to get the fuck out of the way for his own protection.
 

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The Celts honored them a few nights ago as well:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8o4vHR9L6J8
 
Kelly Olynyk is huge: