New England's sports teams have a special bond. They support each other, cheer each other on and even spend off nights watching each other play.
So it's no surprise that as the Patriots have been preparing for their AFC Championship matchup against the Steelers, teams around Boston have been showing their support. Despite being in the middle of their own seasons or working to be ready for opening day, the New England sports community still took the time to wish the Patriots well.
Celtics Kelly Olynyck and James Young rocked Patriots gear earlier this week to spread some positive vibes to Foxborough.
Win, dance, repeat got a Patriots twist on Friday. Outfielders Mookie Betts, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Chris Young did #OneMore version of their famous victory celebration to pump up Patriots Nation.
The Revs share Gillette Stadium with the Patriots and made sure to let the team know they were looking for One More win at home.
Last week, the Bruins played a hype video for the crowd before the Patriots took on the Texans, and those rooting for the B's let the city know where their allegiance lies.
Sports teams weren't the only ones showing support for the Patriots before Sunday's game. Mega-fan Chris Evans sent out a tweet to Patriots Nation hours before kickoff. It was simple and to the point.
Singer Scotty McCreery also kept it short and sweet.
Actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse, aka McLovin' from "Superbad" was seen at a Celtics game flaunting his Patriots hat.
Actress Autumn Chiklis, whose father is well-documented super fan and actor Michael Chiklis, made it known which side of the fence she's on.