My least favorite thing about football is that everybody leaves before the game is over.
Tonight, we flipped over to the Super Bowl when there was only about a minute left. We saw Eli Manning throw a pass straight into the hands of Plexico Burress in the end zone, and (with the extra point) the underdogs were ahead 17-14. Tom Brady wasted the last 35 seconds trying to throw 864-yard passes. Then, when the Patriots couldn't convert their fourth down, the Giants had to run a play to run out the one second remaining on the clock.
You know who didn't see that play? Bill Belichick. According to the announcers, he had already left the field and was walking up the tunnel.
I haven't felt this good about a world champion since the Marlins beat the Indians in 1997.