On February 3, the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13 to 3, becoming Super Bowl champions for the sixth time in franchise history.

This was the Patriots’ 10th Super Bowl appearance thanks in large part to quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick.

However, while winning your sixth Super Bowl is sweet, celebrating with your family afterward makes it even sweeter. And for many others, this win is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

So here are a series of pictures showing Patriots players with their wives, children, and families after Super Bowl LIII:

Quarterback Tom Brady with his wife and three kids:

Fullback James Develin with his two boys:

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Twins Jason and Devin McCourty:

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Head coach Bill Belichick with his grandson:

Cornerback Stephon Gilmore embracing the moment before the big game with his two little ones:

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Defensive lineman Trey Flowers celebrating with his little girl at the after party:

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Running back James White celebrating the win with a kiss from his wife:

Safety Patrick Chung, who unfortunately suffered an arm injury during the game, lets his sons know he’ll be alright after winning Super Bowl LIII:


Being a professional athlete can sometimes mean being away from your family for longer than any father or mother may like.

But when all the hard work, dedication, and missed goodnight kisses leads to moments like these, it can all seem very worth it in the end.

And moments like the ones above are priceless.

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One Reply to “Winning the Super Bowl Is Fun, But Getting to Celebrate With Your Children Afterwards Is Even Better”

  • David Proctor 2 years ago

    As a long term patriot fan I was happy they won but seeing these pictures of the players with their loved ones show me what’s really important

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