Nothing was stopping David Andrews from witnessing Tom Brady's first Super Bowl win

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It's been quite a long time since Tom Brady's first Super Bowl win.

It was February of 2002 when he helped pull off one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history by beating the St. Louis Rams, who were 14-point favorites and were nicknamed "The Greatest Show On Turf."

David Andrews was just a child, like many of the current Patriots were, when the then 24-year-old Brady won that title. And like all children, he had a strict bed time. But that wasn't going to stop him from seeing the end of that Super Bowl.

NBC Sports Boston:

"I think I had a babysitter that first Super Bowl he was in. I think [my parents] were at a party that I couldn't go to. That year the babysitter was like, 'You're going to bed.' I was like, 'Yeah, I'm gonna watch this game.' "

Despite what the shitty babysitter tried to get him to do, Andrews clearly didn't give a damn and witnessed a historic game.

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