Kudos to Owens and Harrison
Rodney Harrison, Terrell Owens and Deion Branch were the stars of Super Bowl XXXIX.
Receiver Deion Branch also had a great game, tying a Super Bowl record with 11 catches including one spectacular catch late in the game over cornerback Sheldon Brown. All week we knew the Patriots receivers didn't drop passes and that was evident in this game. They played great football yet again, and Branch was a deserving MVP.
On the flip side, I have to take my hat off to Terrell Owens for not only showing an amazing amount of heart and playing, but playing well. He ran around out there as though nothing was wrong with his leg at all. That's amazing, and it was unbelievable to watch. Owens may have lost the game, but his performance proved something to the world.
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