That Jets defense had a rough go of it. They blitzed the wrong dude. They just didn't play well in the secondary. The offense isn't good enough to keep up. Peyton Manning was sensational, throwing for 377 yards and three scores. He picked that Jets blitz to shreds.
And the weekend winner is ... the city of New Orleans. And it's about time. Not only does it have the Saints in their first Super Bowl, it has native son Peyton Manning in his second. The way I see it, New Orleans can't lose. The last time Indianapolis was in Miami the Colts had three scoring drives of one minute or less, and that could happen in Super Bowl XLIV mainly because the Saints will find Manning more elusive ... and I mean a lot more elusive ... than Brett Favre.
Colts head coach Jim Caldwell holds the Lamar Hunt Trophy. (AP)
New England Patriots Super Bowl XLIX Champs
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