These might be the best (or worst?) leftover thoughts of all time!
The Patriots Super Bowl party moved from Arizona to Southern California Monday.
It’s just a shame that the end of the Super Bowl means the end of football for the next few months. So let’s relive the moments that will forever cement Sunday’s Patriots-Seahawks tilt in NFL history.
Patriots Send Fans — And Themselves — On Emotional Roller Coaster In Final Minutes Of Super Bowl Victory
“Sorry for the people at home that had to be on the edge of their seats the whole time. I know I was on mine.”
“We saw a weak team. The New England Patriots, let’s face it, they’re not good anymore.”
Do Your Job. It’s a simple enough, right? Think again.
Tony Mazz brings us 49 thoughts, statistics and observations ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl XLIX.
Much like press conferences called by Belichick and Kraft, I’m calling for an impromptu Leftover Patriots Thoughts: Media Day Edition.
Before we go into full-on Super Bowl mode, let’s take one last stroll through the leftover thoughts from that 45-7 win over the Colts.
Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are heading to their sixth Super Bowl together.