What is strange is James Harrison will be joining the Patriots in their quest to win a sixth Super Bowl title since the 2001 season. While it might seem remarkable how quickly things have evolved over the last month for the one-time Patriot hunter, the goal always remains the same for Harrison no matter whose colors he's wearing.
"I don't think we [played] too well in the first half," Harrison said. "We did a better job in the second half. The offense came alive, the defense came alive and we were able to work together and get it done."
"You expect that," Harrison said. "I mean, he hasn't missed a game with any sort of injury except for the ACL when he missed a season. That's what you expect from him."
If Brady and Harrison continue to live up to their reputations as game-changers in Minneapolis on Feb. 4, the veteran linebacker could add a third Super Bowl ring to his impressive list of accomplishments.