🗣 WE’RE STILL HERE(Through the lens of @PatrickChung23). pic.twitter.com/HCcvCBRvEx— New England Patriots (@Patriots) January 27, 2019Tom Brady starts a “We’re still here” chant at Gillette Stadium and ends with a hilarious mic toss at the Pats sendoff rally 😂 #EverythingWeGot pic.twitter.com/JyWGudGnGq— Patriots on NBCSB (@NBCSPatriots) January 27, 2019The “We’re still here!” chant has become a rally cry for the Patriots, who have been listed as underdogs throughout the postseason. However, New England is listed as a 2.5 favorite against Los Angeles for the Super Bowl. Watch: Police spoof Saints-Rams controversial no-call play in drunk driving ad An estimated crowd of 35,000 showed up to send the Patriots off, and coach Bill Belichick told those in attendance that it was the biggest sendoff they’ve ever had. He then thanked the crowd for their support. Related News Tom Brady promised Patriots fans that the team isn’t done winning yet.The New England quarterback riled up the crowd at Gillette Stadium for the Patriots’ Super Bowl send-off rally Sunday with a “We’re still here!” chant. Brady, the last team captain to speak to the crowd inside the stadium, then dropped the microphone after riling up the fans. “This is an awesome crowd. Just tremendous,” Belichick added.3⃣5⃣0⃣0⃣0⃣ strong at today’s Send-Off Rally at @GilletteStadium!#EverythingWeGot | #GoPats pic.twitter.com/UJ0e68Jzyt— New England Patriots (@Patriots) January 27, 2019The Patriots will take on the Rams in Super Bowl 53 on Feb. 3 at 6:30 p.m. ET as Brady attempts to win his sixth Super Bowl of his career.