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Two moments from Super Bowl XLVI you missed if you blinked


The country that went insane over an exposed breast for 9/16 ths of a second in 2004's Super Bowl, got flipped the bird in 2012. If you blinked this time, you probably missed this incident as well.

Following the game, a Giant's fan heckled Tom Brady's wife by screaming, "Eli owns your husband!" As she walked towards the elevator, she replied to her friend "My husband can not f****ing throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can't believe they dropped the ball so many times." Complete with video at The Insider website.

You can't blame her for voicing her opinion to her friend. She forgot about being famous for a minute in the age of the cellphone. She'll be paying for that mistake for awhile to come. Mr. Brady will probably get teased about her comments a few times on the field and undoubtedly teased more in the media.

Letterman presents, The Top 10 List Of Things You Didn't Hear Gisele Bundchen say about the Patriots. That one about writes itself.

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