Jimmy Kimmel opened his show on Monday night by saying, "Welcome to Hollywood, home of the Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams!". He added that he'd rather people say bad things so he could prove them wrong.
The Nielsen company said viewership dropped three percent from last year's 103.4 million.
The Associated Press's Jimmy Golen reported that Devin McCourty then "playfully accused him of lying and Jason agreed there was virtually zero chance he would go". "Hey, Obama, come holler at me, man".
Ironically, despite the low score, the Patriots' 10-point margin of victory in Super Bowl LIII was their largest in any Super Bowl win.
Kyrie Irving Reverses Course on Prior Commitment to Remain with Boston Celtics
Irving could have said nothing, but he didn't. "I can't think that way". "I feel like Kyrie likes it in Boston", Ainge said. "I'm going to carry that for a while".
Despite early season struggles that once again raised doubts about whether their dynasty was coming to an end, the Patriots silenced their critics with a 13-3 win over the Rams that was the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever played.
"They didn't come with the attitude", he said, but he praised the team's defense.
The McCourty brothers, too, are uninterested in a White House visit. Staying in the Locker Room for the playing of our National Anthem is as disrespectful to our country as kneeling.
That followed Trump's tweeted declaration the preceding September that the Warriors' invitation was "withdrawn", because of "hesitation" by Golden State star Stephen Curry. Brady said he could not attend because of family matters.
In an interview with CBS News shown before Sunday's Super Bowl, Trump predicted that the Patriots would emerge triumphant.