The Falcons’ collapse against the Patriots last Sunday was monumental, but in its post-Super Bowl hype video released Friday, the team lays on the drama extra thick.
The video is narrated by Georgia Tech team chaplain Derrick Moore, a former NFL running back, and includes plenty of clips from Atlanta’s Super Bowl 51 heartbreak.
We get that it’s going to be tough to get over the loss, but this is a bit over-the-top, don’t you think?
“There’s certain years, like a couple years ago, I wanted to go and didn’t get the opportunity based on the schedule,” Brady told PFT. “We didn’t get told until I think like 10 days before we were going, and at that point I had something I’d been planning for months and couldn’t get there.”
Patriots teammates Alan Branch, LeGarrette Blount, Martellus Bennett, Devin McCourty, Dont’a Hightower and Chris Long have already publicly said they won’t be attending the White House because of their objections to President Donald Trump.
Brady, coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft have fairly open personal friendships with Trump, but Brady wants his teammates to understand the White House trip is about them, not politics.
“It really is a great experience,” Brady told PFT. “Putting politics aside, it Cheap International Soccer Jerseys never was a political thing. At least, it never was to me. It meant you won a championship and you got to experience something cool with your team, with your teammates. Everyone has their own choice. It’s an offseason. These days are valuable for everybody. You only get so much time with your family and friends, and if people don’t want to go they don’t want to go and that’s their choice.”