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The Revolution wish the Patriots good luck

Nguyen, Herivaux, and Woodberry are rooting for the Patriots.

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Much of New England will be glued to the television on Sunday when the Patriots face the Steelers in the AFC Championship Game. Among those that will be rooting for the Patriots are members of the New England Revolution.

In a video posted 24 hours before the big game, London Woodberry, Zachary Herivaux, and Lee Nguyen offered their best wishes. All three players were donning Patriots attire.

The Revs and Patriots are both owned by the Kraft family and play their home games at Gillette Stadium. Sharing the same building means that the two groups do cross paths. One such instance happened in 2011 when kicker Stephen Gostkowski taught Matt Reis some tricks of the trade.

While the Patriots are one game away from their league’s ultimate prize, the Revs will have to wait until Monday to begin preseason. The club will spend a few days in Foxborough before departing for Arizona on Jan. 27.