Leading the way at the patriot’s parade was Head Coach Bill Belichick, just like he’s led his team all season.
With this Super Bowl he cemented his place in football history and there are signs they could keep the good times rolling.
The legacies of Belichick, Robert Kraft and Tom Brady were very much secure before Super Bowl XLIX and this win connects the dots back to their first three keeping the Patriots dynasty alive.
The latest celebration was 10 years in the making for Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who paraded through the streets of Boston for the fourth time in 14 years
The latest Super Bowl title cemented his franchise as the longest running dynasty in NFL history.
With the winningest head coach in postseason history leading the way coupled with a 37-year-old Tom Brady who’s got plenty left in the tank this dynasty won’t be ending anytime soon much to the delight of the 3-time Super Bowl MVP.
“I’m still kind of in the midst of my career. I just love the game. I love playing. I love representing our team,” Brady said.
Brady has now broken just about every post-season and Super Bowl record for a quarterback and he’s not none yet.