Like many players on the New England Patriots, Kyle Van Noy knows what it is like to be on the wrong end of the scoreboard in the Super Bowl.

So while the linebacker took great joy in celebrating the Pats’ 13-3 win in Super Bowl LIII, and had plenty of fun calling out the haters, Van Noy made sure to show the proper respect to the Los Angeles Rams after the game.

And he went to great lengths to acknowledge Rams head coach Sean McVay’s for a good game.

Van Noy crashed McVay’s postgame press conference, still in his uniform, to reach out for a hand shake. McVay obliged, saying “Thanks Kyle, I respect you.”

Van Noy had a terrific game in a dominant defensive performance for the Pats, recording four tackles with one sack.

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