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Stars show Patriots pride after heartbreaking loss
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True fans stick by their team in good times and bad, and that was certainly the case for the most devoted members of Patriots Nation yesterday (thank you, fans!). Even though it was a tough loss, people turned to social media to show their Pats pride, including a few of our most famous supporters. Chris Evans reminded everyone how great it is to be a New England football fan, Joey McIntyre turned his sadness into song and Scotty McCreery stayed true to his team even while losing a bet. Here’s what they and others had to say after the game.Read