Monday, 10 December, 2018

No one 'let' anyone win

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Kristopher Love | 09 February, 2018, 04:10

The Philadelphia Eagles claimed their first Super Bowl title in franchise history when they outlasted the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII.

Bundchen took to Instagram on Monday morning after her husband's Super Bowl loss to congratulate the Eagles and pay tribute to Brady. "No one "let" anyone win", Bundchen tweeted Wednesday.

Gisele took to Twitter to clarify the reports.

"Just to be clear". The supermodel also told her children that "sometimes you have to let other people win" and "we have to share". People win due to their own merit. Bundchen said. "Tired of people twisting my words to create drama that doesn't exist!" "They never won before", Gisele reportedly said.

Gisele is not particularly happy with how the words she used to comfort her children after the New England Patriots' Super Bowl loss have been interpreted by some.

"Sometimes you have to let other people win, " she said, per USA TODAY. Some people think she shouldn't be telling her kids that the Patriots "let" the Eagles win.

"I'm sorry. Didn't the Eagles bust their behinds and earn that?"

Every year that the Patriots make it to the Super Bowl, you can nearly guarantee that someone will come out of the woodwork and accuse them of cheating in a prior Super Bowl. "Heaven forbid you teach your kids that faultier happens to the best of us and that it doesn't mean the effort wasn't worth it".

Eagles long snapper Rick Lovato told 620 WDAE in Tampa Bay, Fla., that Philadelphia ran a fake walkthrough before the game in Minnesota and didn't run their now-famous "Philly Special" trick play, just in case the Patriots had a thirst for a Spygate redux.