Good article by CBSSportsline.com
's Clark Judge......
Judgements: Recognizing the Super Bowl's bests, worsts
Click the link to read his explanations for each but here's a summary...
Most Valuable Player - Rodney Harrison
Least Valuable Player - Jevon Kearse
Play of the game - Harrison's INT at his own 4 yard line.
Coach of the game - Bill Belichick
Most obvious mistake - Eagles clock management (click here
for most recent excuse)
Least obvious mistake - The Eagles' decision to try an onside kick with 1:48 left.
Biggest surprise - Terrell Owens
Proof that numbers can lie - Those three touchdowns and 357 passing yards by McNabb.
Proof the NFL never goes back on instant replay - Three times coaches Bill Belichick and Andy Reid challenged calls, and three times the decisions
SI jinx? What SI jinx? - New England linebacker Tedy Bruschi keeps making big plays ... even after he's depicted on the Sports Illustrated cover with
the word "defense" printed across his photo.
Tom Brady's MVP - New England wide receiver Deion Branch
Best performance by a lefty - Paul McCartney
Fantasy football player du jour - The next time New England linebacker Mike Vrabel joins the offensive huddle near the goal line, somebody on defense
cover him. He has five catches in his career, all for touchdowns -- including one each in the past two Super Bowls. Fantasy-football geeks, look at it
this way: He produced more points than Brian Westbrook, Deion Branch and Terrell Owens combined.
Most underrated performance - Cornerbacks Asante Samuel and Randall Gay
Canton, here he comes - Tom Brady
Next challenge for the Patriots - It may not come from without; it may come from within. The last Super Bowl champion to lose its offensive and
defensive coordinators was the 1994 San Francisco 49ers, and while they overcame the departures of Mike Shanahan and Ray Rhodes to reach the 1995
playoffs they exited with a loss in their first game and never again reached the Super Bowl.
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That stink was not Jacksonville, Mr. Kornheiser -No, it was the smell of toilets overflowing an hour before kickoff at Alltell Stadium. The situation
was so bad that sinks were used as urinals by non-discriminating fans, a situation that must have reminded Eagles followers of the way it was.