It's a week later and the storylines continue to pour out of the Eagles' Super Bowl LII victory over the New England Patriots.

The latest has never-shy Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson giving his thoughts on the Patriots organization as a whole and the culture the Pats have created.

On the Pardon My Take podcast last week, Johnson let out how he really feels.

"I just think that The Patriot Way is a fear-based organization," he said. "Obviously, do they win? Hell yes, they win. They've won for a long time. Do I think people enjoy and can say, 'I had a lot of fun playing there?' No, I don't. That's just the God's honest truth."

Over their almost decade and a half of success, the Pats have been notoriously tight-lipped and have been ruthless when it comes to cutting or trading players in certain situations. Of course, there have also been scandals such as SpyGate and the DeflateGate.

"You only get to do this job one time, so let's have fun while we're doing it," Johnson continued. "Not to be reckless, but I'd much rather have fun and win a Super Bowl than be miserable and win five Super Bowls."

Hey, to be the man, you gotta beat the man. And when you beat the man, you get the talking and bragging rights.

Johnson's full interview can be heard here via Barstool Sports.