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Topic - Courtney Davis
Courtney Davis has no idea what her house looks like because her town of Sea Bright was washed away by Superstorm Sandy.
"Debris everywhere," she added. "We have no idea when we can go back."
Davis and many other fans tailgating outside MetLife Stadium said they were thankful NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell did not postpone the game or order it moved to Pittsburgh.