Tom Brady On His Super Bowl-Altering Fumble

Tom Brady Super Bowl LII fumble

Tom Brady fumbles after a hit by the Eagles' Brandon Graham in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LII. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

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MINNEAPOLIS (WBZ-AM) -- With 2:16 left in Super Bowl LII and the Patriots down 38-33, routine late-game hero Tom Brady lost the ball on Brandon Graham's strip sack.

The Eagles added a field goal after, and went on to their 41-33 win.

Rob Gronkowski was as surprised as the rest of us.

"I couldn't believe it happened either," Gronk said. "He'd really never been in that situation on a two-minute drive in the fourth quarter, when that happens."

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In a press conference after the game, Brady told reporters how he felt.

"We get it, we're supposed to move it and score, and that's what we were trying to do," he said. "Sometimes they play good, sometimes they don't play as good, sometimes we don't play good. It's a team sport." 

"Eagles played a better game today," he added. "They deserved to win, that's why they're champs."

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman reports

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