By Gethin Coolbaugh, The Sports Xchange
Thousands of Patriots fans packed the streets of Boston on a cold, snowy Tuesday to catch a glimpse of Tom Brady, coach Bill Belichick and New England's fifth Vince Lombardi Trophy during the team's championship parade.
Riding in the city's signature duck boats, the Patriots slowly made their way down Boylston Street in downtown Boston before making a left turn onto Tremont Street on the way to Boston City Hall.
As the procession reached Copley Square, fans chanted "Brady!" as the smiling quarterback pumped his fist in the air. Once the celebration reached Tremont Street, Brady caught a football from WBZ-TV sports anchor Steve Burton and tossed back a perfect spiral as fans chanted "MVP!"