Jan 26, 2015 4:54 PM
BOSTON- Hundreds braved the cold to give the Patriots a loud, excited send-off. There were plenty of chants such as, "Down the Hawks" and "Do your job!"
Fans like Mike Heinz are ready to do their job and support the team.
"Have them do their jobs, and we can do our best job as fans and root them on and hopefully bring the Lombardi back to Foxborough," Heinz said.
Coach Bill Belichick, owner Bob Kraft and quarterback TB12 all vowed to do their jobs.
"We have the best fans in America and we're going to represent you guys in Arizona the best we possibly can as we have all season," Brady said.
"Thank you very much we love you Boston," Belichick said.
It was all about Super Bowl 49. One phrase that wasn't mentioned, was "DeflateGate." Fans said they think it's old news.
"Man you know Bill Belichick already explained it, he slapped everyone with science. I mean it's been explained I don't know what the big deal is I just don't get it," one fan said.
"Oh I'm totally over it. Non-issue. We're on the Seattle," another fan said.
Pats are on to Glendale, Arizona. The fans are ready for Superbowl 49. Fans are confident they'll be back on City Hall plaza in a few weeks for a Super Bowl celebration parade.
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