Westport Senior Center Tailgate

Friends and Patriots fans Josh Rubinstein, Mike Swan, and Matt Caruso got together to cheer for the Patriots. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
The Westport PAL Cheerleeders showed off to the crowd at Westport's Senior Center for a pre-Super Bowl game party. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Staples High Cheerleaders gave the crowd a show before the Super Bowl Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Ballot boxes for the Senior Center's contest where residents can place their guess for who will win and by how much. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Sheri Gordon and daughter Chloe, 3, show off their Giant's shirts while son Max cheers for the Patriots. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
State Rep. Jonathan Steinberg, D-Westport, shows his true colors cheering for the Giants. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
State Sen. Toni Boucher, R-Wilton and State Rep. Gail Lavielle, R-Wilton, chose not to pick a team for the Super Bowl. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Senior Staples football players, Peter Bonenfant, with brothers Jack and Bo Gibson will cheer for the Giants. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Nine-year-old triplets Megan, Sam and Abby Kleiner are casting their votes for who will win. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
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WESTPORT, Conn. – Giants fans and Patriots fans alike gathered in the same place for some pre-Super Bowl festivities at the Westport Senior Center.

For three friends, it was all about the Patriots. If New England loses the game Sunday night, Josh Rubinstein, 10, said he would “smash the TV” and kick all the Giants fans out of his house.

His friends Matt Caruso, 11, and Mike Swan, 10, said they would ...
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