Set Your DVRs Patriots Fans – America’s Game Binge

Set Your DVRs Patriots Fans – America’s Game Binge

You can choose to be sad and depressed about Tom Brady leaving. Heck, combined with Covid-19 it’s the mother of all downers. But hope it peeking ever so slightly around the corner, with Phase 1 happening in Massachusetts currently, in earnest starting tomorrow. With that in mind, how about celebrating the Brady lead Patriots Super Bowls on the NFL Network, that is currently airing America’s Game episodes back to back to back. Here is a list of the Patriots Super Bowl America’s Game programs airing on the NFL Network, starting at 12:59 AM Monday May 25th (it may be America’s Game, but the network knows America doesn’t exactly love the Belichick Brady Pats).

2001: 12:59 AM

Tom Brady, Lawyer Milloy and Adam Vinatieri are interviewed. And if you’re a Bartlet for President fan it’s narrated by Martin Sheen.

2003: 2:59 AM

Rodney Harrison, Willie McGinest and Charlie Weis are interviewed. And hey, baseball could be coming back soon, this one is narrated by Mr. Baseball himself Tom Selleck.

2004: 3:59 AM

Bill Belichick, Tedy Bruschi and Troy Brown are interviewed. Fittingly, this top rated Patriots team is narrated by the Neo acolyte himself Laurence Fishburne.

2014: 4:59 PM

Rob Gronkowski, Julian Edelman and Devin McCourty are interviewed. Chris Evans was brought in to narrate this epic last second win Captain America style.

2016: 7:59 PM.

Julian Edelman, Dont’a Hightower and LeGarrette Blount are interviewed. Chris Evans is back and better than ever as the narrator, doing the Avengers Edgame ultimate comeback game.

2018: 9:59 PM

Julian Edelman, Rob Gronkowski and the McCourty Twins are interviewed. Gronk probably had something to do with John Cena being the narrator.

This is pure Patriots nirvana if you can let go of your despondence at seeing Brady in Buccaneer orange. Allow yourself to sit back and celebrate the brilliance of the Brady Belichick magic in New England. Of note: Belichick is only interviewed for 2004, Tom Brady for only 2001, Julian Edelman (no shock) is interviewed the most at three times, with Devin McCourty and Gronk getting two shots. And don’t forget to set your DVR, you don’t want to stumble upon the Super Bowls that shall not be mentioned.

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