Sandra Bullock And Son Attend Super Bowl XLVII To Support ‘Blind Side’ Player Michael Oher

Sandra Bullock And Son Attend Super Bowl XLVII To Support ‘Blind Side’ Player Michael Oher
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If you were being somewhat attentive during Sunday’s Super Bowl game between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, you probably noticed that one member of the Baltimore squad — and one Oscar-winning actress — experienced a full circle moment!

Sandra Bullock was at the Superdome in New Orleans with her 3-year-old adopted son Louis to cheer on Baltimore Ravens right tackle Michael Oher — who would go on to win his first Super Bowl ring that night.

Bullock’s son was rocking an Oher jersey in support of the player whose life story inspired the 2009 biopic “The Blind Side.”

Sandra Bullock played Leigh Anne Tuohy, the woman who adopted Oher and helped raise him to be the Superbowl champion he is today!

Just a few weeks after her Oscar win, Sandra had her very own “Blind Side”-like moment when she adopted her son Louis.

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: V Anderson/WireImage

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