Another year, another Super Bowl parade in the city of Boston. New England defeated the Rams 13-3 on February 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, in what was the lowest-scoring championship game in National Football League history.
Unfortunately for the New England Patriots, the National Football League might have different plans for next season. Playing behind great slot receivers like Wes Welker and catching the ball from Tom Brady doesn't hurt either, but when it comes to greatness, it is all about the fortitude of Edelman. He has also put himself in some great company ranking just second behind the great Jerry Rice in the history books for most postseason receptions. Many of those catches came when New England needed them most. Still, his modesty and commitment to the team is what makes Julian Edelman stand out as a person and as a player.
That's been the pattern with Bill Belichick's boat, which the New England Patriots coach has updated after each one of his team's championships.
Even in the Divisional Round against the Dallas Cowboys, Anderson was able to rush for 123 yards to go along with two scores, and would end up leading the ground game in the NFC Championship to help take down the New Orleans Saints when Gurley had an unfortunate off day.More news: Six Nations: Ireland earn hard-fought 22-13 victory over Scotland
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Before the big shave, Edelman said that winning the Super Bowl - he brought the gleaming Lombardi Trophy with him - is what's most important, but the MVP recognition gave him something personally as well.
So, is Edelman a Hall of Famer?
"Yeah, I'm working on it now", Belichick said at the time. Before going to work she asked Edelman if he had any last words for his beard - he did: "I love you beard, it's been a hell of a year".