The wild success of the Patriots since the turn of the century has resulted in New England getting a lot of haters, and many were out in full force this season.

For years, some have predicted the downfall of Tom Brady and the Patriots dynasty, but there the Pats were Sunday, beating the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII for their sixth Lombardi Trophy in franchise history.

While Brady delivered far from his best showing, he did enough in the game’s one touchdown drive to ensure he got a ring for his other hand.

After the game, many of New England’s detractors took to Twitter to react to the game. Most neglected the feat, rather defended their takes.

First was Rob Parker, who wants to make sure you know he’s not hating.

Then Max Kellerman, who has predicted Brady would fall off a cliff for quite literally years now.

Jason Whitlock then showed a little humility.

As did Nick Wright, but not after zinging Julian Edelman.

At the moment, Shannon Sharpe has not tweeted anything since the fourth quarter.

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