Call them bandwagon fans all you want. They'll keep proving they're the exact opposite.
Before the New England Patriots got on the plane to head to Atlanta for their Super Bowl matchup against the Los Angeles Rams, the team hosted a final sendoff rally at Gillette Stadium, and it was packed, to say the least.
Huge crowd already for the Patriots’ Super Bowl sendoff rally. If you’re one of the few not here, you can watch, streaming at https://t.co/m3JYonUeni at 10am, on @WBZ at 10:30am. pic.twitter.com/vzTed8F1Vr— Michael Hurley (@michaelFhurley) January 27, 2019
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One big reason why so many fans may have come to fill Gillette Stadium to the brim was because of the G.O.A.T himself, Tom Brady. Although the media has said this every year for the past few seasons, some believe that this time may actually be the final ride for Brady. Should the Patriots come out with a win on Feb. 3, especially against the team he started this whole ride against, many believe that Brady will ride off into the sunset and retire on the spot.
In his Facebook documentary, Tom Brady told Gisele he'd retire after getting to 'two more Super Bowls.' He'll meet that quota on Feb. 3, so does that mean he's going to retire? Let's take a look at his recent quotes on retirement. #Patriots #SuperBowl https://t.co/aEDgPCIeNY pic.twitter.com/YgkndAiteg— John Breech (@johnbreech) January 24, 2019