January 18, 2004 - New England 24 - Indianapolis 14
A Panoramic View at Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA - The Rob Arra Collection
It was the middle of the coldest January in generations...but the Patriots were hotter than ever! After starting the season with a crushing defeat in Buffalo, and another loss in Week 4 against the Redskins, the roll began. It went on and on, with nailbiters, blowouts, shutouts, and "The Stand" against the Colts in Week 13. After winning the AFC East and defeating the Titans in the playoffs, it was a rematch with the Colts for the right to go to Houston and Super Bowl XXXVIII. While the media focused on Peyton Manning's hot streak coming in, it was the Patriots who hadn't lost since September, and were not prepared to cool down. With light snow falling and the field turning white, the Homeland Defense held strong and turned Peyton into just another piece of Patriot roadkill. As Adam Vinatieri lined up for a third-quarter field goal that would all but seal the victory...SNAP! The moment is preserved for all-time, and is now available for your wall!
Like all prints in Rob Arra's Everlasting Images collection, the entire stadium is in perfect view on that glorious winter evening, and as you pan across the image you feel like you are actually there, taking in history! From the stadium scoreboards, to the fans in the stands, to the players on the field, to the countless cameramen and even the cheerleaders on the sidelines, it's all here! (And if you were at the game, you may even be able to pick yourself out in the crowd...) A stunning piece for the wall of any fan, and a great collector's item for years to come. Worthy of a nice frame and a prominent place on the wall of home or office.
Publisher: Everlasting Images Inc., released February 2004
Size: 13½" x 39" Panorama
Condition: Brand-New. Printed on high quality photographic paper stock.
Price: $39.95 USD
View other great associated items in the following collections:
Item Number: EI149
"Homeland Defense" (AFC Championship Game) - Everlasting