New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft sat down with Boston ABC affiliate WCVB TV for an interview with Maria Stephanos on Wednesday where he shared his reflections on how the season ended and his hopes for the future. Kraft notably looked back on how he regrets that the AFC Championship game ended up in Denver instead of Foxboro when the Patriots lost the number one seed late in the season, believing their Super Bowl chances were better at home.
“This team had a lot of distractions, a lot of physical injuries, and that whole next man up and mental toughness was amazing, and I think if I have any regret, it’s that the conference championship game wasn’t played here in our hometown,” Kraft said to Stephanos.
You can check out the entire interview in two segments below courtesty of the WCVB YouTube channel.
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