On Sunday night the New England Patriots entered the Super Bowl with the chance to win their sixth Lombardi Trophy – which would tie the organization with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl titles in NFL history.
After an awful game – from an offensive standpoint – Tom Brady and company added a ring for their other hand.
New England cruised to a 13-3 victory after a late field goal from the Rams sailed wide left.
Following the game, CBS sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson attempted to track down Brady for a post-game interview. Unsurprisingly, there was a mass of media, players and fans surrounding the star quarterback, which made life difficult.
Like the true professional she is, however, Wolfson stuck around and eventually landed an interview with the six-time Super Bowl champion.
Here’s a glimpse at what she had to go through in order to get a postgame interview.
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We should give Wolfson the MVP trophy for fighting through people twice her size in order to do her job.
In the end, Julian Edelman was named the game’s Most Valuable Player and the Patriots took home their sixth Super Bowl title.
Is the dynasty over?
Not quite, as Brady said he has no plans to retire just yet.