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One Super Week

Feb. 21, 2005
Feb. 21, 2005

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Feb. 21, 2005

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One Super Week

After the big game we asked Patriots TE Christian Fauria to share his personal snapshots

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COLOR PHOTOPhotographs courtesy of Christian FauriaJAN. 30, 9 A.M. Punter Josh Miller, who lives down the street, picked me up. My wife took this. My daughter Riley is hugging me goodbye.COLOR PHOTOPhotographs courtesy of Christian FauriaJAN. 30, 11:30 A.M. Send-off at Gillette Stadium. I took this from the stage.COLOR PHOTOPhotographs courtesy of Christian FauriaJAN. 30, 9 P.M. Our first night in Jacksonville. A bunch of us went to Bonefish Grill for some appetizers. The crispy shrimp was the best.COLOR PHOTOPhotographs courtesy of Christian FauriaFEB. 1, 1 P.M. Hanging out before meeting the press on media day.COLOR PHOTOPhotographs courtesy of Christian FauriaFEB. 5, NOON Caleb's three. I don't think he knows who Tom Brady is.COLOR PHOTOPhotographs courtesy of Christian FauriaFEB. 5, 12:15 P.M. Caleb is a stud with the ball. He can throw and catch.COLOR PHOTOPhotographs courtesy of Christian FauriaFEB. 6, 5 P.M. My wife, Rhonda, made her shirt herself.COLOR PHOTOPhotographs courtesy of Christian FauriaFEB. 6, 11 P.M. I'm, uh, looking for a place to set down the Lombardi Trophy.COLOR PHOTOPhotographs courtesy of Christian FauriaFEB. 8, NOON A self-portrait at the victory parade in Boston.