Monday, February 6, 2017

25 31 34 46 47 93 139 | Super Bowl records for Super Bowl 51 including 25-point comeback and play disparity of 47, "93 to 46" +The very Jewish NFL

The 25-point comeback on 2/5, to close out the 97th season of the NFL!  

This game was Tom Brady's 25th playoff win and the AFC's 25th Super Bowl win.

Again, this was the 97th season of the NFL, and 97 is the 25th prime number.

*Let's not forget Prince died at age 57, on the 112th day of the year, from 'Fentanyl' poisoning.

The point about scoring 31-straight is also great, because the Patriots won his Houston, just as they did for Super Bowl 38, over the Panthers.  This time they defeated the 31-year old 'Matt Ryan'.

31 is the 11th prime, an important number to football, a game of 11 on 11.

Notice that the Patriots ran 93-plays, compared to the Falcons 46, a disparity of 47!  Super Bowl 51 was the 47th Super Bowl of the modern era, and the first Super Bowl season was 1966-67, the 47th season of the NFL.

As for the '93', the last time the Falcons and Patriots played, was September 29, 2013, the day that leaves 93-days left in the year.  '93' is the number for Saturn, the keeper of time.  NRG Stadium also had construction start on March 9, a date written 9/3 or 3/9.  Saturn = 93; NRG = 39

9/29/13 = 9+29+13 = 51 (Last meeting before Super Bowl 51)

Notice the Patriots won 30-23, a sum of '53'.  53 is the 16th prime number.

Last point, the '46' plays the Falcons ran were also important.

Houston, Texas = 46
Fifty-One = 46
Patriots = 46

Notice that when you sum 93+46, the total plays, it is '139'.

The Patriots won with '34' points in Tom Brady's 34th playoff game all-time.  The Falcons joined the NFL for the season of Super Bowl 'one'.

Tom Brady wins with 34, in 34th playoff game
One = 34
Falcons = 25/34

Colts-Patriots, linked at the hip, as I've been explaining.

I think Andrew Luck will take off when Brady retires.

Speaking of which, notice Brady had 62 attempts last night, winning a game with a combined 62-points.  If Brady wins one more, he'll be 6-2 in Super Bowls.

Next year Tom Brady will be 40, this season he was 39, like the number of Books in the Old Testament, which have 929 chapters, kind of like the last date the Falcons and Patriots played, September 29, or 9/29.

If you doubt this connection, check this article about the owner of the Patriots and the Talmud.

The last time the Patriots and Falcons played, before Super Bowl 51, was a date with numerology also connecting to the Talmud.

9/29/2013 = 9+29+20+13 = 71