Karaoke night in Gillette

From the NBC broadcast of the AFC Championship game

It had a been a long game for the New England Patriots and for their fans. After Lafell caught a game changing touchdown pass the crowd in Foxborough had their spirits lifted after hours of dread that had consumed their football loving hearts. The Ravens were driving with two minutes and fifteen seconds left in regulation and some music was played on the speakers during a timeout. During that brief intermission, well this happened.

I Dont Want To Lose Your Love (1) from Thanasi Pantazelos on Vimeo.

The fans of New England had become so jovial that they started singing the chorus of the song "Your Love" by the British pop band The Outfield. They become so loud it became difficult to make out what Al Michaels and Chris Collinsworth were discussing during the last minutes of the game.

Shortly after the crowd sang the lyrics from the 1986 pop song in that dark winter night, Joe Flacco threw a deep bomb that was intercepted by Duron Harmon that helped seal the emotional roller coaster of a game for the New England faithful.

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