Tom Brady and Bill Belichick defy their ages with Super Bowl win

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The New England Patriots are the Super Bowl champs for a sixth time after beating the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday in Atlanta.

And, similar to the way they felt about what the haters said throughout the season, the New England Patriots don't care.

The Patriots are 8-1 to become the first team to win back-to-back titles since they themselves achieved the feat in 2005, while the team they beat in Atlanta on Sunday is also 8-1 to triumph next year. With each Pats win, the supermodel's beachy texture just keeps getting better (and has even been passed along to her 6-year old daughter Vivian, who regularly fastens her long layers into two plaits). His play in the Super Bowl was the culmination of the best year of his career, and the game-winning interception was "probably one of the easiest picks I've had all year", he said. "Everybody counted us out from the beginning of the season, the mid-season but we're still here".

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And when something finally had to give in the final quarter, it was McVay's Los Angeles Rams who blinked first as Sony Michel scored the game's first - and only - touchdown.

The Rams high-powered offense, which averaged almost 33 points a game during the regular season, failed to fire and managed just 57 total yards and two first downs in the first half and 260 for the game.

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