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Witnessing Super Bowl History With Jeremy Shockey

Witnessing Super Bowl History With Jeremy Shockey

New York Giants fans walked into the office this morning with their heads high as the only standing team to knock off Tom Brady in the Super Bowl. I’m tired of hearing about it but they deserve the accolade. Mainly because Brady looked immortal last night. Someone please check the footballs because this doesn’t make any sense.

The New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons last night 34-28 in overtime of Super Bowl LI. It looks like a close game right? Well it wasn’t. It was a tale of two half’s. The Patriots were getting their asses handed to them in the first half. The Falcons lead 21 – 3 at halftime, which didn’t even fucking matter. It seems as if Brady purposely took it easy on them so he can go out in style in the second half.

The Chasing The Bag team watched the game at a bar called Foxhole in Miami which was hosted by Super Bowl Champion, Jeremy Shockey. He too had a legendary performance last night. Witnessing him tip toe to every crevice of the bar stiff arming every smoke show in attendance was truly sensational. During commercials was a perfect time to watch groups of women go into the huddle to plan out their hail mary’s to get to him. We couldn’t get a picture of him, he was too shifty!

Lets take a look at why Brady is the best quarterback of all time. Just last night alone he broke the records for most passing yards in a game (466), largest deficit overcome by the winning team (25 points), and most completions in a game (43). Most importantly, he is now the only quarterback in NFL history with 5 Super Bowl championships.

Shoutout to James White and Julian Edelman. White came to play by breaking records for the most receptions in a game (14) and the most touchdowns in a game (3). Edelman saved the season with an inhumane catch in the 4th quarter. David Tyree caliber.

Thank you Brady for not making it a blow out and allowing us to engage with your obnoxious fan base at the bar. All in all, my first time at Foxhole was great. I’ll be back soon for sure.

HOUSTON, TX – FEBRUARY 05: Julian Edelman #11 of the New England Patriots makes a 23 yard catch in the fourth quarter against Ricardo Allen #37, Robert Alford #23 and Keanu Neal #22 of the Atlanta Falcons during Super Bowl 51 at NRG Stadium on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

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