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There was no way that anybody could have predicted the course of this game. The tide flipped more times than a Papa John's pizza.
First, the Broncos ran over the Pats to six. On the extra point, a bad snap almost led to a Pats' conversion. Ochocinco recorded his first touchdown as a Patriot. Denver rushed through the miserable New England defense for another six, then made the extra point. They recorded the next score too, a field goal. In response, New England scored 27 unanswered points and forced several fumbles.
Tebow played the greatest game of his NFL career by a long shot. Sure, passing against New England is easy, but he accumulated almost 300 total yards and if not for some idiotic backwards scrambles, would have had well over that total.
Luckily for the Broncos, Oakland lost to the Lions. "God's Team" is still alive.
So much for Mat Prater being the key player, SNL.
You were right, however, that Tom Brady has to be God's nephew.