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Boston Children's Hospital patients congratulate Patriots
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Before the Patriots completed the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, they got some touchdown dance tips from confident fans at Boston Children's Hospital who were rooting on their team back in Massachusetts.
Now that the Patriots have brought that fifth Lombardi Trophy home from Houston, those same kids have another message for the team: Congratulations.
In another fun and adorable video, the kids at Boston Children's Hospital again made their support known. The message was filmed before the game because they "liked our chances," and it featured posters, dancing and some serious spiking.
"Once again, you did your job," one said.
And they couldn't have done it without fans like these. Check out the entire message in the video below.