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VIDEO: The Patriots Thank Fans For Their Support In 2018

Robert Alvarez
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3 years ago at 3:35 pm ET

VIDEO: The Patriots Thank Fans For Their Support In 2018Greg M. Cooper - USA TODAY Sports

The 2018 season couldn’t have ended any better for the New England Patriots.

The team showed the football world that they are “still here” with a sixth Lombardi trophy.

On the team official Twitter account Wednesday, various members of the team thanked fans for their support all season in a special video.

https://twitter.com/Patriots/status/1095836771810652161

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