Good Super Bowl, although I thought the idea of downing the ball at the one rather than scoring a touchdown was too clever by half; as it was, Ahmad Bradshaw backed into the end zone for the winning TD after thinking about stopping at the one and letting the Giants kick a chip-shot FG at the gun.
Bradshaw's instinctive move gave Brady and the Pats a minute to retaliate, but a Hail Mary wasn't answered.
Eli Manning now has more SB rings than big brother.
One nasty but effective political ad essentially kicked off the Senate campaign in Michigan, where former Congressman Pete Hoekstra had a Chinese girl in passable English thanking Debbie Spend-it-now (a.k.a. Stabenow) for all the jobs the US was sending their way. He's casting himself as Mr. Spend-it-not and the Democrats are TARPing about that. Is it an Asian TARP carp?
It seemed like the ads were off from their normal quality. The Coke Polar Bears were good but generic, Doritos had a couple of good sight-gags, a car company that escapes me had Matthew Broderick doing a Ferris Bueller homage. Lastly, the stock-trading baby had to protect his newborn sister from a friend trying to speed-date in the nursery (taking robbing the cradle to new levels).