Now that another Super Bowl between the Giants and Patriots is just a few days away, I think it's time we take another look at what happened the first time they met.
I have posted this on other sites, but nobody is willing to see the truth.
I, the humble truth teller, laid out my reasons for questioning the results of Super Bowl 42 as such:
The world was shocked by the events of February 3, 2008, but if you look closely to what happened, there are a number of questions that arise that challenge the "official story" of the Giants Super Bowl win.
*Has a 12 point underdog ever won the Superbowl?
*Despite universal predictions that the Patriots would win, how could Plaxico Burress not only predict the Giant's victory, but also predict almost exactly the correct final score?
*Notice Tom Brady's nervous laughter to hearing Buress' prediction. Is he afraid that he had let the cat out of the bag?
*After his bold prediction, what are the odds that Burress would also score the game winning touchdown?
*How could a player who had not caught a touchdown all season catch one in the Super Bowl against the best team in the league?
*How could a team that beat the Giants only weeks before by three points then lose to them by three points?
*How could the leagues highest scoring team only score 14 points?
*Despite running drills and practices against passes all season, and for two weeks specifically against the Giants, why did the defense suddenly "fail" on January 21?
*Eli Manning was the winning QB in Super Bowl 42, Peyton Manning was the winning QB in Super Bowl 41. Their connection? They're brothers.
*Why were the Giants wearing hats declaring themselves Super Bowl 42 champions IMMEDIATELY AFTER the game? There's no way that hats can be made that fast.
*Why was Tom Brady seen wearing a cast on his leg the week before the Super Bowl?
*Why was Bill Belichick quoted as saying after the game "it is what it is."?
*Why has there been a complete media blackout of anybody questioning the official story of Super Bowl 42?
As of yet, there is still no official inquiry into what happened at Super Bowl 42