New England defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 on Sunday in Super Bowl LIII to win the team's sixth title in 18 years. "He said that more than 45 players attended the ceremonies in 2002, after the franchise's first Super Bowl, and that in 2015, when Barack Obama was president, the number of players approached 50".
A Los Angeles Rams player had quite the morbid outlook on things after his team lost to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII - the lowest-scoring game in National Football League history. "So, I would say they would win".
A party atmosphere engulfed the city as fans wearing Patriots shirts and scarves packed the streets in the mild weather and stood on tiptoe for a glimpse of quarterback Tom Brady, coach Bill Belichick and the rest of the team. "Everybody counted us out from the beginning of the season, the mid-season but we're still here".
The Rams looked likely to hit right back when Jared Goff marched Los Angeles into New England territory only to be intercepted on the four-yard line with four minutes to play.
If recent history is any indication, the three New England players will be joined by at least a few more teammates in declining the trip, although not all necessarily for stated reasons related to Trump.
But John Dorsey & Co. hold two of the New England Patriots picks, too.