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No suprise: Lawyer Milloy is picking the Patriots

Posted by Staff  January 26, 2012 04:02 PM

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Former Patriot's all-pro safety Lawyer Milloy likes what the New York Giants have done this season, but not enough to go against against Tom Brady. In a brief interview, Milloy said he picked the Patirots in Super Bowl XLVI.

"I got the Pats. Although, the Giants are the worst opponent the Patriots could have ended up playing against for a lot of reasons," said the former Patriots' safety. "Eli [Manning] has been playing great all year and towards the end of the season the rest of his teammates have started playing to his level. They're a hot team and you can't count them out.

"But for some of the Patriots this is chance for redemption," Milloy continued. "I know for sure there's one guy thinking about it and that's No. 12, TB Tom Brady. I have to go with him."

Milloy also said he was back at Gillette Stadium for the first time since leaving the organization eight years ago to watch the AFC Championship game against the Baltimore Ravens. He added that since his retirement he has realized that he'll always be a Patriot, going on to say that he plans to be more involved in the organization and Patriots nation going forward.

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