Friday’s Mashup: Patriots Twitter account has clever response to Valentine’s Day tweet from Falcons

Lucy Burdge
February 15, 2019 - 7:45 am

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-- The Falcons decided to spread the love on Thursday in honor of Valentine’s Day and sent a custom Valentine tweet to every NFL team.

When the team sent the Patriots a card reading, “We’d love to grab Bruschis with you some time,” the Patriots had a clever response.

“It’s a date! Meet at your place? (We love it there),” the account responded, referring to the Patriots’ Super Bowl LIII win in Atlanta this month

Patriots players also shared Valentine’s Day messages on social media to their loved ones.

My Forever Valentine!!! Te amo tanto amor da minha vida! ❤️

A post shared by Tom Brady (@tombrady) on

Happy Valentines Day to my baby! See you soon ❤️!! #valentinesday

A post shared by Rob Gronkowski (@gronk) on

The only flower I want on Valentine’s Day --

A post shared by Julian Edelman (@edelman11) on

-- Almost two weeks after the Patriots beat the Rams in Super Bowl LIII, Trey Flowers is still reliving the memories.

Flowers tweeted a reminder to everyone on Thursday that the Patriots held to Rams to only three points to win it all.

Flowers got a lot of support from fans in response to his reminiscing.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "I’ve got one thing to worry about. I’m a pitcher. I’m going to go out there and pitch and do everything I can to make myself better and make my team better. I just don’t have time to worry about it, and I’ve never had time to worry about it. I’ve never thought about this or that, contracts extensions or free agency. I’ve always just gone out and pitched. … I’ve never had to worry about it so I’m going to keep on not worrying about it." -- Chris Sale, on his approach to his new contract