New England Patriots' Tom Brady posts hype video for Super Bowl

By Alex Butler

Feb. 4 (UPI) -- Tom Brady won his third NFL MVP award on Saturday, before posting a hype video for the most important game of the season on Super Bowl Sunday.

The New England Patriots superstar did not leave a caption on the social media post.


"Great moments are born great opportunity," a narrator said in the video. "And that's what you have here tonight boys. That's what you've earned here tonight. One game."

Eminem's Till I Collapse plays in the background of the video, which features highlights from Patriots players in college and clips from this season.

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The last scene in the video featured a lion. Brady has frequently used images of the animal in his motivational social media posts. He also keeps talking about an upcoming storm.

He referenced the storm again on Saturday, posting a video of Patriots players walking through the tunnel, with a soft voice saying: "there's a storm coming."

Brady posted a photo of his entire family on the field at Gillette Stadium on Saturday morning. Last season, Brady also posted a few hype videos for the Super Bowl in Houston, before the Patriots came back to beat the Atlanta Falcons. He also mentioned the Lion last postseason, saying he thought he was more like the shadow of the lion than the actual lion.


"You know the Leo is like the lion, the king of the jungle," Brady said last year in a hype video. "But i don't think I'm really like that. I think I kinda like to be more of the shadow of the lion. I'm kind of an introvert, I think. I prefer a lot of alone time. I don't talk a lot. I just kind of would fade into the background if I had a choice. I think i get that on the football field. Even though it's hyper intense. I really am my true self out there without having to be polite or be on. I can be who I am out there."

Brady, 40, goes for his sixth Super Bowl victory at 5:30 p.m. Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. He owns a 5-2 record in the big game.

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