Sunday’s AFC Championship Game between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts was a wet, messy affair down in Foxborough, Massachusetts. But with the match never really in doubt and roughly 68,000 Pats fans looking ahead to the Super Bowl, Gillette Stadium certainly wasn’t going to let a bit of inclement weather spoil the party.
At one point during the night, Gillette Stadium DJ TJ Connelly — also the mastermind behind the daily soundtrack at Fenway Park during home Red Sox games — dusted off Credence Clearwater Revival’s 1971 classic, “Have You Ever Seen The Rain.”
And Gillette responded.
Of course, our opponent in Super Bowl XLIX, the Seattle Seahawks, have seen a bit of rain themselves. But we’ll worry about all that later.