Tom Brady after winning Super Bowl LI in 2017. (Bob Levey/Getty Images)
MINNEAPOLIS (WBZ-AM) -- We know most Patriots critics or "haters" are tired of the Pats, and can't stand that they're in their third Super Bowl in four years.
But is it good for the league? Is it better for business, as opposed to an Eagles-Jaguars match-up?
WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman caught up with CBS Sports NFL insider Jason La Canfora, and asked him what he thought.
La Canfora said he thinks the draw of the Patriots achievements and drama is hard to ignore, even for casual fans.
"Everybody knows Brady and Belichick and Kraft, and they know that story," he said. "It's so interwoven with professional sports in this country. I have to think there's a lot of nominal sports fans who have seen what Tom Brady's done. They know it's freaking ridiculous. And now, here he is at age 40, about to do it again? I think that's fairly compelling."
Hear more from La Canfora below.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman reports