NFL Network Accidentally Runs Patriots Celebratory Super Bowl Ad

Tom Brady gives perfect answer to young fan's question about

Tom Brady gives perfect answer to young fan's question about"haters

On a recent broadcast, NFL Network accidentally aired a commercial selling New England Patriots Super Bowl champion garb.

Football fans and bettors live for the Super Bowl each year, and there will be an estimated total of $6 billion wagered on Super Bowl LIII, according to the American Gaming Association. This one will be no different. Still, the Patriots will have a late lead until Jared Goff hits Robert Woods for the game-winning touchdown. Sure, maybe there was some recency bias, but Tom Brady and Bill Belichick as a big-game underdog was too much to resist.

He has the most famous sideline shout in New England history and Sunday he'll patrol the Patriots sideline for the final time.

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A nice, old-fashioned defensive struggle to put a capper on a season that looked like it was trapped in a pinball machine for a while.

The Patriots are also favorites in moneyline terms, with most bookmakers offering odds of -135 on a New England win, while the Rams are +120. The Patriots have 36 players on their roster with 82 games of Super Bowl experience.

In Super Bowl XXXVI, the Patriots clinched their first Super Bowl title with a 20-17 win over the St. Louis Rams, before beating the Carolina Panthers 32-29 in 2004 and the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21 a year later.

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