Patriots owner Robert Kraft went on Good Morning America on Wednesday morning to talk about owning the most successful franchise in the NFL. This is the 10th Super Bowl New England will be participating in since he bought the team in 1994.
During the one-on-one discussion with former pass rusher turned America’s favorite gap-toothed host Michael Strahan, Kraft was asked about the controversial no call in the NFC Championship game.
Kraft’s response was perfect, “That’s a good question. And first of all, we have one more game left, so I love the refs. In life I’ve learned, things happen, nothing’s perfect. No excuses, you make it happen.”
— Good Morning America (@GMA) January 23, 2019
Kraft nailed it, as you would expect from a guy who knows what success looks like. It happens, no excuses, you move on.