“I didn’t even know we had WiFi, that we could get it. And all of a sudden everybody is watching it, so I figured finally how to get it on there,” he said. “We had the New England-Pittsburgh game that everybody was watching on the plane. Guys were yelling and screaming. We all got into it, coaches got into it. Couldn’t believe a couple of calls. I’m screaming, ‘How can you do that?’ It was like being in your basement. It was like being in your man cave with all your best friends looking at a football game. All yelling. Everybody yelling, everybody screaming. Rooting for different teams. You know who we were probably rooting against, but that’s just human nature. But I got off the plane, and I thought Pittsburgh won. It looked like it was a catch. New England scored, and then the video went out, and then [the Steelers] were at the 10-yard line. And we were like, ‘How did they get down there so fast? Was it a kick return?’ Nobody knew. But they were there and then, bam, it was a touchdown, and then it went out again.