Robert Kraft apologized to Patriots fans after Super Bowl loss
New England Patriots fans attending the team’s Super Bowl afterparty in Minneapolis got a personal mea culpa from owner Robert Kraft.
Kraft appeared onstage to apologize to everyone in attendance after New England couldn’t hold on to a fourth quarter lead and lost 41-33 to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII.
“I’m really sorry we didn’t close it out tonight,” Kraft told the audience, via TMZ Sports. “We’re sorry we disappointed you. We feel bad.”
Kraft did pledge to ensure that the team was competing for the big prize again next year — which they should be so long as Tom Brady is under center, as he has said he will be.
It definitely wasn’t the party that everyone involved would have hoped, but it still featured performances from Jennifer Lopez, Gucci Mane and Florida Georgia Line. There are probably worse ways to commiserate after a Super Bowl loss.