Super Bowl 51

Falcons owner not happy with Patriots' Super Bowl rings

Falcons owner not happy with Patriots' Super Bowl rings

The Patriots Super Bowl 51 rings contained 283 diamonds. 28 and 3, get it?

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Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank, whose team famously surrendered that 28-3 lead, gets it and isn't happy about it.

He told the New York Times that he expressed his displeasure about the ring design to Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

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“I said to Robert, ‘You didn’t have to do the 28-3 in the ring,’” Blank said to the Times' Mark Leibovich. “It kind of pissed me off.”

Pro tip: Probably not a good idea to be dancing in the owner's box (see below) when you have that big lead if you don't want those 283 diamonds coming back to bite you. 

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Edelman throws good-natured shot at Peyton Manning at ESPYs

Edelman throws good-natured shot at Peyton Manning at ESPYs

Julian Edelman complimented Peyton Manning on his hosting skills at the ESPYs, but couldn’t resist getting a quick burn in on the Patriots old rival.

After accepting the the ESPY for Best Game for the Pats’ Super Bowl comeback victory over the Falcons, Edelman said, “I’d never thought I’d say this, but Peyton Manning’s kinda killin’ it,” then added, wait for it…

“We are indoors though.” 

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For the Play of the Year ESPY, Edelman’s spectacular Super Bowl catch lost out to Aaron Rodgers connection with Jared Cook in the Packers’ divisional playoff victory over the Cowboys.