Lane Johnson Says Eagles Players Have Fun Winning, Pats Players Have Fear

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Well, after his team knocked off the New England Patriots to take their franchise's first championship, Johnson has upgraded to sharing his colorful thoughts on the whole organization.

Also, Johnson only made those comments after being asked about the Patriots, so it's not like he was just going out of his way to rip the organization out of the blue. If history and their current dominance is any indication, though, they'll have plenty of opportunities to win the title again soon. Hell yes, they win. "I had a lot of fun". It's different for me because I'll usually just text message these people.

"When they go to interviews, they act like f-king robots". Hey, stop being a (expletive). We can be cordial for a little bit. But for the time being, let's file this one under: too late.

Brady completed 28-of-48 passes for a Super Bowl record 505 yards, three scores and zero interceptions in the loss to the Eagles. The entire team meeting would erupt in laughter. We're playing music on the team plane ... And the number one feeling I have had the past 4 days is gratitude. "I can not understand what he's saying there".

Bruschi responded with a great line of his own. "Go ahead. If you want to learn how to win games and consistently win games throughout your career, you play for Bill Belichick".

"Here's the problem: The game's over", he said. "I think it's a little more special waking up today knowing you've accomplished something you've set out to achieve in April", said Eagles head coach Doug Pederson in a press conference. The thing that Bruschi is missing is the team knows how to increase the intensity when the time calls for it.

Bruschi pushed back at the idea that New England's players didn't have fun while chasing the Lombardi Trophy.

Eagles' Lane Johnson (r.) celebrates after the Super Bowl LII. That's the case whether we discuss their humility, their efforts to improve the lives of others or the way they broke out "the electric slide".

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