The New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3

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April 11, 2019 04:45 PM

If you somehow forgot about the greatness of the New England Patriots, Tom Brady isn’t one to let you forget for long.

The Patriots quarterback, who won his record sixth championship after helping to trounce the Los Angeles Rams at Super Bowl LIII in February, has been enjoying his time away from the field. He’s gone skiing in Montana — which made a lot of Patriots fans nervous — and has been spending lots of time with his family.

But on Wednesday, the 41-year-old posted a video to his Instagram that showed him holding his Patriots helmet — presumably while getting ready to throw around a football — before stopping to pick out a blue piece of confetti that was left over from the Super Bowl win, more than two months ago.

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“Confetti,” Brady is heard saying in the video, before asking, “Did we keep the other confetti?”

There’s no way to tell whether Brady was referring to other confetti from this year’s Super Bowl, or from the five others he has won throughout his two-decade-long career.

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While Rams fans might feel a little sour seeing the reminder of their loss, Brady and Patriots fans flocked to the post to offer their praise.

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“Sure sign of success! I’m happy for you guys [to have] experienced this success in your playing career,” wrote one user. “We play these games and dream from the time we are little boys and girls. I don’t think most people realize or understand the years that go into playing at this level. Heres to another season of health and success!”

Others even urged Brady to go after another championship, just so he could pass up the six trophies earned by NBA legend Michael Jordan.

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“Let’s go for 7,” wrote another commenter. “Leave no doubt about who’s the real GOAT. Tom > MJ.”

The Patriots, and the rest of the NFL teams, are now gearing up for the 2019 NFL Draft, which lasts from April 25 to 27 in Nashville, Tennesee. New England has a whopping 12 picks spread throughout the first and seventh rounds of the draft.

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