Tom Brady And Mark Wahlberg Share Feelings About Patriots-less Super Bowl

This year was the first time in four years that the New England Patriots did not participate in the Super Bowl. Fans were not really happy about that, with many of them feeling left out. One of those fans was Mark Wahlberg who we all know is a big fan and friend of Tom Brady.

On Sunday, the famous actor went on social media to share of himself and wife Rhea Durham watching the game in a home theater. In the caption, he wrote: “Super Bowl Sunday without our PATS,” and a sad emoji. Under the photo, he got a comment from Brady who also shared a sad emoji. Take a look:

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Super Bowl Sunday without our PATS🥺

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Brady did go out on the field this Sunday but it was not in the fashion we are used to see him in. He was honored alongside all-time great quarterback Brett Favre, John Elway, Roger Staubach, Peyton Manning, Joe Montana and Dan Marino. When talking about the moment, he said:

“Steve Young was another one that could just as easily been up there with us. That would have kind of made it all complete, but just again, very, very cool moment for me in my life. I have been a part of some really great ones, and to stand there with all the other incredible athletes, players who have performed so well for such long periods of time in the NFL, is one of the coolest moments I have ever experienced.

“It was a pretty cool day for me personally, just to be there and take in the energy of the stadium, but to see the guys who I have looked up to for so long. In the pregame, it was very surreal standing in a room with the greatest players in the history of the NFL. It was a great celebration and obviously when the game kicked off, I think it has lived up to its billing.”

What a great honor for Brady!