All the pregame talk was about how the Giants weere talking trash, but it was the Pats who should have kept their mouths closed.
I think the only people in the nation who weren't rooting for the Giants to kick butt were New Englanders. It is obvious they came in a bit too cocky and overconfident. Someone needs to tell Tom "the human grass stain" Brady that Burress was being generous when he predicted the giants would win 23-17 - the Pats only scored 14.
I found it interesting Bellicheat left the field before time had expired. If my memory serves me well, he had no problem staying on the field during the final seconds when he ran up the score against sub .500 teams during the regular season. Instead of staying on the field, he pushes asside and nearly knocks over cameramen to run to the locker room, leaving the team to face the final defeat on it's own -- "This sucks, I'm outa here - you guys stay and take the heat from the cameras." Knowing this guy, he probably felt cheated because his team choked in front of a national audience.
How about at least sticking around to offer a congratulatory handshake to at least a few opposing players, as is customary? What was the hurry to get back to the locker room? Forgot to erase the clandestine video of the Giant's walk-through?
In post-game, all he can muster is "I'm dissapointed", "They made plays, we didn't". His graciousness in defeat was overwhelming. He doesn't even have the courtesy to thank his players for the impressive season they had, let alone congratulate the Giants. Poor sport, poor loser.
Sorry to gloat. It's all in good fun.