NEW ORLEANS - National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell is alleging that the Super Bowl blackout that occurred during the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVII, between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, was caused by two well-known individuals.
The commissioner received word from an unnamed source that the culprits who pulled the fuse in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome's Logistical Contingency Master Fuse Box are the disgruntled wives of New England Patriots players Tom Brady and Wes Welker.
The Ravens, coached by John Harbaugh defeated the 49ers, coached by his brother Jim Harbaugh 34-31.
After the game Commissioner Goodell said that the investigation is still ongoing but as of now his office is about 93 percent certain that the fuse box culprits were Gisele Bundchen-Brady and Anna Welker.
Rufus Reno a reporter with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily stated that he received some information from an unnamed source who knows both women very well stating that the two are still upset that the Baltimore Ravens beat the New England Patriots 28-13 in the AFC Championship Game up in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
He further added that Anna Welker is especially angry at the fact that her bitter remarks against linebacker Ray Lewis and the Ravens organization resulted in the NFL fining the Patriots team $400,000.
SIDENOTE: Rufus Reno was able to contact both women. Gisele Bundchen said that her knowledge of electricity is about as limited as Kirstie Alley's knowledge of weight loss programs. Anna Welker simply said that questions to her can be referred to her legal council, famed California attorney Ginger Allred