Even though the Patriots aren't participating in this year's Super Bowl, that won't stop us from talking about Super Bowl XLIX.
You know the narrative all too well. The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks have the football the the Patriots 1-yard line looking to go ahead with under 30 seconds to play. 2nd & goal. Russell Wilson (surprisingly) drops back to pass....
We're now officially a year removed for one of, if not the most iconic moment in Patriots history. While we've seen tons of footage of fans celebrating in the stands of University of Phoenix Stadium and in the comfort of their own homes, as well as footage of the Patriots celebrating on the field, we got to see a new angle of the euphoria that took place on the Patriots' sideline yesterday.
This was taken from behind Tom Brady, who the video basically focuses on. We've seen Brady's reaction to Butler's interception countless times, but it doesn't make this video any less fun to watch over and over again.
An iconic player watching an iconic moment.— New England Patriots (@Patriots) February 2, 2016
A unique view of the #Patriots reaction to the end of Super Bowl XLIX:https://t.co/X9OcP9uH70
Still gives me chills every time I watch it.
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