The New England Patriots are back at home this Sunday for a sendoff rally before they head to Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII. Naturally, the Patriots star quarterback and leader Tom Brady had something to say to the crowd.
Taking the microphone, Brady complimented his teammates, coaches, and supporters for their part in their nearly two decades of success.
Then, Brady got the thousands of fans in attendance to join him in chanting, "We're still here!"
Brady is taking the Patriots to the Super Bowl for the ninth time since he replaced Drew Bledsoe in the middle of the 2001 season. He has five rings so far and holds the NFL record for Super Bowl MVP awards with four.
The Patriots are also the first time since the early-1990s Buffalo Bills to appear in three straight Super Bowls.
The team is also the first since the 1994 Bills to appear in a Super Bowl after previously losing one.
Last year, the Patriots narrowly lost to the Philadelphia Eagles, 41-33, with Brady breaking the Super Bowl passing yardage record in the process.
New England and Los Angeles are set to play in the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 3. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. E.T. on CBS.