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Before and After
By Dennis Ranahan

The debate on whether the New England Patriots overtime win over the Atlanta Falcons was the best Super Bowl ever is not even an issue by my standards.

It wasn’t; not even close.

Oh, the game itself, the Patriots coming from 25 points back in the second half to win, an occurrence that occurred four times in the previous hundred thousand NFL contests played, yes, the event on Super Sunday this year was the best ever.

It allowed Atlanta Falcons fans to celebrate like the title was theirs for most of the night. Then produced an epic comeback that offers New England fans reason to exalt forever.

Yes, best show in the history of the NFL was staged in Super Bowl 51.


HEADLINE PLAY ARCHIVES
Before and After Headline Play Superbowl
Winning Rules Gameday Superbowl
Bed Check Headline Play Superbowl
By the Numbers Headline Play Superbowl
Magic Bullet Headline Play Superbowl
Partnership Headline Play Superbowl
Slice Low Headline Play Superbowl
Chicks Dig It Headline Play Superbowl
Bring out the Best Headline Play Superbowl
One in; One out Gameday Conference Championships
Singled Out Headline Play Conference Championships
Long Division Headline Play Conference Championships
Top Flight Headline Play Conference Championships
Time Change Gameday Divisional Playoffs
High Hopes Headline Play Divisional Playoffs
Defend This Headline Play Divisional Playoffs

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New England Patriots 13-3
Dallas Cowboys 11-5
New Orleans Saints 11-5
Atlanta Falcons 10-6
Oakland Raiders 10-6
Washington Redskins 10-6

No games this week

San Francisco 49ers 0
Chicago Bears 0
Cincinnati Bengals 0
Buffalo Bills 0
Denver Broncos 0
Cleveland Browns 0
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Cause and effect.

It is not always what most people think. But it is consistent. On the other side of something happening, a cause can always be identified as if it was in the shine of a spotlight on an otherwise pitch black moonless night.

Often, affect hides the cause behind public sentiment.

Public opinion is swayed by bits and pieces of information that are assigned significance in an assortment of ways … none necessarily tethered to something that truly drives predictable results.

Going in, likely; coming out, certainty.

Even a contest yet to be decided that has a 99% probability of favoring one side in a two team race fails to offer an ironclad guarantee, but after a game is over one side is the 100% winner and the other a zero.

Certainty is only provided after a contest is decided.

The cause of something is most often tied to the need to perform at a higher level than recent outings. When a team in that sphere meets a team that has run a winning streak to it’s limits, an opportunity to cash a proposition most often comes with points on the spread.