Sunday, actor Matthew McConaughey took out a full page advertisement in the Austin American-Statesman congratulating the quarterback for engineering the 41-33 upset win against the New England Patriots.
He was named Super Bowl MVP for his efforts, throwing for 373 yards and three touchdowns and catching another touchdown.
Many Pats fans are having a tough time coming to grips with the loss, and hopefully they don't need to look up who the owner is (it's Robert Kraft, just in case you did, in fact, need to know) from now until Google gets the right answer up.
"It's always been called "The Patriots" Way". The design and execution of the play demonstrates the kind of creativity and variety that is needed in order to counter New England's ultra-thorough knowledge of everything that a team has done, and that in turn may do. Do I think people enjoy and can say, 'I had a lot of fun playing there?' No, I don't.
Johnson discusses "The Patriots Way".. Similar to every Super Bowl the Patriots have played in, the game came down to the wire, the last play and the final whistle. "That's just the God's honest truth".
Along with teammates Chris Long and LeGarrette Blount, who are both former Patriots players, Johnson helped the Eagles win the franchise's first Super Bowl despite being the biggest opening underdogs since 2009. Hey, stop being a [expletive] head. As Texas doesn't typically root for the Eagles, the actor took a minute to reach out to Foles following the Eagles' Super Bowl LII victory.
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