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Chad Ochocinco was recounting how much he had changed during his one season in New England, when a section of fans in the stands started to cheer.
So you've had it right up to there with Super Bowl XLVI, and you need something else to do Sunday evening. It'll likely be too cold and dark to venture outside, but here comes cable TV rushing to the rescue with a plethora of choices that almost justify the expense — especially if you like football but don't care to watch Bill Belichick and Tom Coughlin scowling for three-plus hours.
Danny Aiken didn't have much time to feel disappointed. Cut by the Buffalo Bills in his first try at making an NFL team, Aiken hadn't made it home to Roanoke, Va., when the New England Patriots called and told him to head to Foxborough, Mass.
Overtime. For the first time.
Pack lightly, Super Bowl fans.
One game, one play, one moment can turn a team's fortunes in the right direction.
That was then. This is now.
The Jets, of all teams, could forever hold a special place in the hearts of the New York Giants and New England Patriots.