Nation Creates GoFundMe Account For New England Patriots To Help Cope With The Tragedy Of Only Being 1.5 Point Super Bowl Favorites
Foxborough, MA - Just hours after the New England Patriots defeated the Kansas City Chiefs to advance to their fourth Super Bowl in the past five years, the nation rallied around the scrappy team of misfits and created a GoFundMe account to help the organization cope with the tragedy of being labeled as 1.5 point favorites for Super Bowl LIII.
The Patriots, whose underdog story rivals that of Rocky Balboa, Team USA’s “Miracle on Ice,” and Moses and the Jews vs. Pharaoh and the Egyptians, are grateful for the nation’s assistance, as sources close to the team say that being slight favorites in the Super Bowl has been an unbelievably difficult cross to bear.
Scrappy misfit wide receiver Julian Edelman has released these t-shirts to help fund his vacation home in Barbados.
“Nobody believed in us. Everybody doubted us. We’re just going to have to find a way to persevere, just like we have for the past 20 years,” said 3-time Super Bowl loser and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. “Once again, it’s New England against the world. And if I lose, I’ll be left with nothing but my supermodel wife and my millions of dollars. But we won’t lose. We can’t lose. Not because we “won’t give up” or we’ll “find a way,” but because we literally just poisoned the entire Rams defense. See you in two weeks.”