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The New England Patriots are on their way to Arizona to take on the reigning Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks, next Sunday.

The Pats got out of town ahead of the advancing storm, but not before a rally at City Hall Plaza on Monday led by Mayor Marty Walsh, where nobody talked about underinflated footballs.

"We have the best fans in America," said Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at the rally. "We're going to go represent you guys in Arizona as best we possibly can, as we have all season. Go Patriots!"

As we move toward Super Bowl Sunday, we check in with our friends at KUOW, the NPR station in Seattle, to compare cities and teams.

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Ross Reynolds, co-host at The Record on KUOW, Seattle's NPR station. He tweets @KUOWRoss.

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The Boston Globe: Patriots, Fans Rally In Boston

  • "New England Patriots fans, their ardor undimmed by the Deflategate controversy, converged on Boston’s City Hall Plaza Monday morning for a sendoff rally for the New England Patriots."

This segment aired on January 26, 2015.

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