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Bet on the NFLIt had been entirely back in January of 1967, a year which produced plenty of change. The Monterrey Pop Festival brought back Jimi Hendrix to the United States and the Summer of Love brought the Hippie Movement at full strength. January additionally rang in this well-known year by setting up the very 1st Championship match between the 

AFL and NFL. The merger wouldn't occur for another four years in 1970, so the AFL Chiefs directed by hall of fame coach Hank Stram competed with the renowned Nfl Packers directed by Vince Lombardi. 45 years later, two excellent teams from diverse divisions take it all to the table with the AFC's Patriots facing off versus the NFC's New york giants. Check the 2012 Super Bowl Odds for the Patriots vs. Giants game. 

The Patriots' Tom Brady wants to at last nab his third championship with the Giants, costing him that possibility in 2008 when Eli Manning had a breakout match to launch the long shot New York Giants to the victory. Manning is trying to get his 2nd tournament with the New York Giants experiencing a very similar year that they had in 2008. 

Might this be a sign of what's ahead next weekend? The sportsbook may be thinking the same thing, the Giants are -3 with a 55-point total set for both squads. Bill Belichick will undoubtedly have his boys prepared to compete and the same can be claimed for Tom Coughlin and his New York Giants. With both teams employing such pass-heavy systems, look for oxygen masks to be handed out to the particular secondaries on each team, as they're going to be gaining pretty a workout. The fact that Manning has refused Brady once already must be in the back of Brady's mind starting this match which will be a thing for sure. Watch for this match to be a archetypal shootout between these two as these teams lock horns one time again. 

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