Tom Brady loses Super BowlI was bummed when the New England Patriots lost the Super Bowl. At the beginning of the season, because of Tom Brady’s being, in my opinion, a dead beat soon to be dad and Bill Belichick’s win at all costs style I decided to not be a Patriots fan anymore and switched to the team of my new locale, the San Francisco 49’ers, whom I was a fan of back in their heyday. But as the season progressed and they approached a historical mark, 19-0, I became more and more of a fan.

On the day of the Super Bowl I only watched the final quarter. When Tom Brady threw the touchdown pass for the lead with less than two minutes left I thought the game was won, it was so textbook Patriots. Then there was the near sack, the miracle catch, and the Giants touchdown.

Anyway the point of this blog is to point out that the shirts of the losing Super Bowl team end up being donated to various charities like World Vision who bring them to majority countries like Nicaragua. I think it’s cool and shows what’s more important.

“Winning” Super Bowl shirts end up in Nicaragua

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