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New England Patriots fan Derek Dalziel was a happy dude Sunday night after watching his team win the Super Bowl 35-28 in a dramatic overtime contest against the Atlanta Falcons. Dalziel took in the game, and enjoyed complimentary chile, at the Last Shot Bar and Grill in Thornton.

Patriots win in style

New England Patriots fan Derek Dalziel was a happy dude Sunday night after watching his team win the Super Bowl 35-28 in a dramatic overtime contest against the Atlanta Falcons. Dalziel took in the game, and enjoyed complimentary chile, at the Last Shot Bar and Grill in Thornton.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady reacts after defeating the Falcons in overtime during Super Bowl 51 in Houston on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017. (Jae C. Hong/AP Photo)

Patriots cement dynasty

Perhaps it makes sense that the first Super Bowl after the last presidential election would be a constant series of shocks and surprises.

Moose Winooski's server Kaylin Smith delivers a beer to patron Murray Uprichard during Sunday night's Super Bowl game between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons.

Super Bowl toast

Moose Winooski's server Kaylin Smith delivers a beer to patron Murray Uprichard during Sunday night's Super Bowl game between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons.

Falcons' Alex Mack celebrates after defeating the Packers in the NFC Championship game in Atlanta to advance to the Super Bowl on Jan. 22, 2017. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

It's Falcons' turn to snap drought

If you are placing a bet on the Super Bowl and do not care for the traditional forms of analysis about matchups and schemes and experience and who wants it more, there is an entirely metaphysical reason to place dollars on the Atlanta Falcons.

Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan (right) reacts to scoring a touchdown against the Packers during the NFC Championship game in Atlanta on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

Ryan slices, dices Packers D

In his effort to simplify the final and biggest step on the road to the Super Bowl, Falcons coach Dan Quinn lectured his players about the football.

Louis-Philippe Ladouceur has snapped the football back cleanly on all 1,723 attempts since the Cowboys hired him in Week 4 of the 2005 season. (James D. Smith photo)

The Cowboys' Canadian secret

Malcolm Gladwell can bend over and snap his 10,000-hour theory through his legs and out the window. Louis-Philippe "L.P." Ladouceur became an outlier at his craft practically from the start.

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