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Watch Patriots Week 7 locker room celebration after 33-0 win over Jets

Watch Patriots Week 7 locker room celebration after 33-0 win over Jets

The New England Patriots remained perfect after defeating the New York Jets 33-0 Monday night, and they were pretty excited about it. 

As always, the Pats celebrated their victory with smiles and hugs throughout the locker room, and head coach Bill Belichick was extremely happy with the way his team played. 

"It's a great job fellas," Belichick said. "That's the way to come down here and get off to a good start. You guys did a good job, deserve to win. We have a short week now, Cleveland practiced today. So, they're already ahead of us. We've got a lot of catching up to do, but let's get some rest and have a good week here and get ready for the Browns."

And as always, the celebration was capped off with Matthew Slater getting the group fired up.

Check it out:

As New England prepares for Cleveland, they'll have to get their newly-acquired wide receiver Mohamed Sanu up to speed with the playbook. That shouldn't be a problem, though, as Sanu is an NFL veteran. 

Maybe they'll be celebrating an 8-0 record Sunday; we'll have to wait and see. 

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Say it ain't so: Rob Gronkowski, in Lakers gear, dances in halftime show in L.A.

Say it ain't so: Rob Gronkowski, in Lakers gear, dances in halftime show in L.A.

Could Rob Gronkowski rub it in a little more?

In the morning, Gronk's "big announcement" was that he'll be going to the Super Bowl - not with the Patriots, but as the host of "Gronk Beach" in Miami, the site of SB54. Thus ends the comeback, at least for this season.

He later joked that Pats were just "missing some 6-6, 260 [pound] guy...They're missing that guy for sure."

To top it all off, at night, Gronk donned Lakers purple and gold and was part of a halftime dance show with the Laker Girls at the Staples Center in Los Angeles where New England's least favorite NBA team was taking on the Oklahoma City Thunder. 

Gronk showed off his moves with talk show host James Corden and tennis great Venus Williams.

Enjoy your retirement, big guy. Think he'll stick around and rock some Celtics green Wednesday night at Staples when the C's face the Clippers? 

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Should we read anything into Tom Brady 'liking' Antonio Brown's Instagram apology?

Should we read anything into Tom Brady 'liking' Antonio Brown's Instagram apology?

So, Tom Brady (and other Patriots) "liked" an apology post from former-teammate-for-11-days Antonio Brown on Instagram?

What's it mean?

That was the subject of a heated debate on Boston Sports Tonight among DJ Bean, Tom Curran, Michael Holley and Danielle Trotta.

It was Curran and Holley who were at odds over whether we should be reading anything into the social media vagaries on any athlete.

Holley: "For whatever reason, lots of players get into it. Lots of celebrities get into it...not because we [the media] are broken, but because that's how they communicate. And we would be reckless if we didn't follow it."

Curran: "It's reckless to vest any perception or presumption into it."

Watch the full discussion here:

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