ATLANTA - Depending on which team you were rooting for, Sunday night was either a great game or a disappointing game.
For Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay, it was heartbreaking.
We're hearing from the Atlanta-native for the first time since the Super Bowl loss.
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"Definitely I got outcoached and I didn't do nearly enough for our football team. I'm still kind of numb right now but I have so much love for these players and these coaches and that's where it really eats at you cause you feel like you didn't do your part to help them achieve success," McVay said.
Channel 2 Action News told you McVay played quarterback at the Marist School and then in college at Miami of Ohio.
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He is the youngest head coach in the league.
Veteran Patriots coach Bill Belichick is twice his age, now a 6-time Super Bowl winner.
"Players went out there and competed against a great football team. I have a ton of respect for Sean, his staff, the Rams football team,” Belichick said.
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