Well it is coming down to the number of viewers, which is not out yet. According to Vegas, Eli only said, "Thank you" for the keys to the car, he said"... it was great for , team mates, coaches....", but never said Thank you, so Eli did not thank anybody.
Here are what I have for results
1. KC took 1:34, which was the line out of Vegas, I added 2 seconds. ;D
2. she wore a black outfit, something else
3. She nailed it and did not miss a word.
4. She was a professional and kept her midsection covered.
5. Madonna had blonde hair
6. On her trogan pulled cart she started the show with a headset
7. Peyton was no where to be found, good this game was not about him, it was about Eli this time.
8. Giselle Bundchen was shown once.
9. Robert Kraft was shown more than 3 times
10. No shot of Brady's son
11. there was no excessive celebration.
12. Obama is a Bears fan, good for him for being Neutral
13. Purple? WTF! that was not an option, if it was it would have been worth 20 pts.
14. Eli did not thank anybody.
15. Both Eli and Lebron had 30. Weird
16. Welker had more catches than Lebron had assist.
17. Looks like tails falied. the coin was heads
18. The first and only challenge was ruled, "The play stands".
19. Welker had more than 2X the recpetion yards than Cruz
20. Giants scored the last points.
21. ? waiting on Neilson ratings
22. The first TD pass was less than 10.5 yards
23. The first score of the game was a SAFETY! Weird play.
24. Pats won the coin toss.
25. good game G-men!
26. 21 + 17 < 55
27. Eli first pass was a completion.
28. Brady's first pass was ruled intentional grounding, which is an incomplete pass, and in this case, since Brady was in the end zone when he threw the ball, resulted in a SAFETY? Weird.
29. Yes, we were looking for LA Coliseum. Everyone got this one right.
Correction maybe needed, it is Superbowl Sunday, but here is what I got.
It's going to be super frustrating if I lose by only a couple points. There were a few answers I gave that I didn't really believe in but I went with because I figure I had to do something a little different to have a chance to beat 6 other people. Then again it probably helped me in some areas. GAH how am I supposed to go to bed now.
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