The New England Patriots Win Their Sixth Super Bowl

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots proved once again they aren’t going anywhere.

The 41-year-old GOAT and the rest of the team never cease to amaze us here in Boston taking home their sixth Super Bowl trophy after defeating the Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta last night.

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Before receiving the historic Lombardi trophy after their 13-3 victory, fans enjoyed the national anthem sung by Gladys Knight and a halftime performance by Maroon 5 led by Adam Levine.

The New England Patriots have officially achieved record-tying history with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the number of Lombardi trophies now in their collection, although quarterback Tom Brady, who has the most career wins, is now the first player in NFL history to win six Super Bowls – just further proof he really is the greatest of all time.

Julian Edelman, who we interviewed last year after having had to sit out the season due to an ACL injury, last night was named this year’s MVP. Once they returned to the locker room, Patriots team owner Robert Kraft dished out to the players celebratory 50-year-old cigars after their historic win.

Photo Credit: Julian Edelman

Over the weekend, Mr. Kraft was spotted dancing on stage with rappers Cardi B and Meek Mill. Some celebrities spotted at last night’s Super Bowl included Ludacris, Kelsea Ballerini, Tyga, Jon Bon Jovi, Boston’s own Maria Menounos and. of course, Gisele Bundchen and the rest of the Brady/Bundch family.

In other historic news, Devin and Jason McCourty also became the first siblings to ever win a Super Bowl together. Now, there is talk of a possible retirement for Devin along with tight end Rob Gronkowski. As Gronk told the media last night, we will just have to wait and see what the next few weeks bring. For now, we will just have to revel in their incredible win.

Photo Credit: Devin and Jason McCourty

Tomorrow, Boston will be welcoming back our 2019 champs with a citywide victory parade starting at 11 a.m. to celebrate our hometown Super Bowl LIII heroes. With a team mantra “Do Your Job” headed up by Coach Bill Belichick, we can all say they have officially done it, and it was a job well done.