Many Pats fans started their Sunday thinking about how to get Matthew Stafford. They also likely spent their afternoon watching Tom Brady head to a 10th Super Bowl. As Tom. E Curran writes, Brady's latest triumph is a rough look in Foxboro.
The Patriots were heavy underdogs against the Rams' high-flying offense, but the defense shut down Kurt Warner and company while Brady engineered a last-minute, game-winning drive that ended with a field goal by Adam Vinatieri on the final play of the game. Brady wasn't his sharpest, going 16-for-27 for 145 yards and a touchdown, but his late-game heroics earned him his first Super Bowl MVP award.
The New England Patriots won't be playing in Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7, but many of the team's players are happy that their former teammate, Tom Brady, will be taking part in the big game.