The Patriots’ locker room Bryce Brown Jersey was eerily calm after their thrilling Super Bowl victory. That’s because winning is now expectation receives third MVP award after Super Bowl victory. The New England Patriots’ locker room was eerily calm at the end of Super Bowl XLIX. At the end of a championship game you expect to find the victors a state of glorious chaos, hugging and hollering as music blares out from some unseen speaker.
Twelve months ago, screamed himself hoarse at the middle of a scrum MetLife Stadium. After the Giants beat the Pats the previous Arizona Super Bowl, Osi Umenyiora tore a picture of Ugg boots off the inside of his locker and bellowed with unrefined glee. There were no such scenes at University of Phoenix Stadium on evening. The stars of New England’s win over Seattle spoke quietly and showered quickly, while staff cleared up used equipment with startling efficiency.
The most boisterous moment arrived when walked Byron Maxwell Jersey and and shouted across a few short words of congratulation to Butler, whose interception had sealed the win. Perhaps the Patriots were still just shock at their victory stolen from the jaws of defeat. Maybe they simply did not feel like sharing their happiness with journalists after all the criticism their team had received off the back of the ball deflation scandal surrounding the AFC Championship Game.
Such calmness might also be the product of high expectations. The Patriots were not overwhelmed by their own success because they enter into every game with absolute conviction that they triumph. They have been right more often than not over the past 14 years. Since officially became the team’s starting quarterback week three of the 2001 season, New England’s record stands at a combined 191 . This was, of course, their fourth Super Bowl win with under center. He joins Montana and Bradshaw as the only quarterbacks ever to reach that number. Already on night there were people ready to voice the opinion that had now definitively confirmed his status as the greatest of all time at his position. reality we all know that the debate never truly be ended. Beauty is the eye of the beholder, and there never be objective ‘best’ as as watching football remains inherently subjective experience.