The New England Patriots have won yet another championship, their third in the last five years and sixth overall: the team defeated the NFC-winning Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl 53. As the winners, the Patriots have now earned the right to celebrate and what better place to do just than the City of Champions itself, Boston?
After all, the the franchise’s original hometown has plenty of experience after hosting not just the previous five Patriots championship parades but also victory celebrations for the city’s other major sports teams. In two days, the latest of the parades will take place as Boston’s Mayor Marty Walsh announced via Twitter shortly after the Super Bowl:
Congratulations on another Super Bowl championship @Patriots!!
Fire up the duck boats @CityOfBoston! We will see you at the #SBLIII parade Tuesday at 11:00am!
As has been the case in the past, the team’s duck boat caravan will likely take a familiar route: It will move up Boylston Street, up Tremont Street and finally reach its destination at City Hall. But no matter the route, one thing is certain: New England is on to yet another celebration, thanks to the greatest dynasty pro football has ever seen.