BOSTON — More than one million fans lined the streets of Boston Tuesday to help the Patriots celebrate their fifth Super Bowl championship.
Young, old, new to supporting the patriots, or fans that remembers the aluminum benches at Foxborough Stadium - they all shared a common purpose.
"I don't think anyone here would miss it for anything,” Madelyn Fainga’a said.
Through snow, sleet, and rain, they came to party.
"You never give up on your dreams,” Jerome Valinton said.
Even players who were part of the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history are amazed with the turnout.
"It's unbelievable they came out. But this is New England they're used to it,” backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo said.
Some fans were there to party, others to watch the players party.
"To tell you the truth I wasn't even planning on partying coming on this...but the fans were asking for it,” injured tight end Rob Gronkowski said.
While many fans are ecstatic with the win, they’re already looking forward to ring number six.
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