Thousands Greet Patriots Super Bowl Duck Boat Parade [VIDEO]
Thousands of New England Patriots fans lined the streets of Boston on Wednesday to watch Patriots players in a Super Bowl championship Duck Boat parade.
The duck boats made their way from Prudential Center down Boylston Street to City Hall Plaza. Patriots players, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, head coach Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, the MVP of Super Bowl 49, greeted fans with big smiles and the Lombardi Trophy. The Patriots won their fourth Super Bowl title after they defeated the Seattle Seahawks, 28-24. Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler sealed the win with a dramatic interception at the Patriots goal line with just 20 seconds on the clock.
The Duck Boat parade was actually delayed a day after Boston Mayor Marty Walsh postponed it due to Tuesday's snowstorm.
Watch this live stream video from NESN.com to see all of the sights and sounds of the parade: