But one team captain could be pondering his own future based on comments he made at Super Bowl Opening Night.
And Gordon will be, apparently, a Patriots super fan for fear of spending the entire offseason sharing Los Angeles with a Super Bowl champion Rams team. You had plenty of questions about officiating, matchups, quarterbacks and more (plus a couple of non-Super Bowl specific questions), and Jay Glazer answered them below.
"I think the one thing I would tell him is that you have to realize that this game is like every other game when you get between the lines".
"I don't know for sure", McCourty responded.
The shark and a victory won't come easy.
Los Angeles Rams defensive end Ethan Westbrooks has faced a lot of intimidating opponents in his five National Football League seasons but he has never confronted a plate of scorpions, cricket and worms before - not until Monday's Super Bowl Opening Night, that is.
But Robey-Coleman felt the Rams could get to Brady "all over the place" when the teams battle in the NFL's showpiece.
Decker didn't reveal whether he wishes he had played out the season with the Patriots.
"Oh, hell yeah. That was P.I.", Robey-Coleman said following the win.
At last year's Super Bowl, coach Bill Belichick noted how rare it is for a player to be voted a captain in this second year, as McCourty was.
The Patriots get a quick start in the first quarter of the simulation as rookie running back Sony Michel hits the end zone with a 3-yard run, EA said.
"I naturally hate them".
"He's still doing the same things; he's just not doing as much of it". "I don't quite feel like that yet".
The Rams and the Patriots are set to play this Sunday in Atlanta.
Cooks never publicly promoted his good deed, but fellow wide receiver Robert Woods revealed the information while discussing what the veteran receiver has meant to the team, both on and off the field, since being traded from New England last offseason.