The run-up to Super Bowl 51 included lots of cameras and microphones last night and the NFL's Media Night took place in Houston.
Atlanta Falcons' quarterback Matt Ryan told reporters that he has nothing but respect for Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady.
"Just the way he works week in and week out, year in and year out. He plays the game the right way and plays really hard," said Ryan.
And now that the media hoopla with the players is over, it's time for the Falcons to get down to business, according to Atlanta sports analyst I.J. Rosenberg.
"They need to go out and win this game. I mean that's really important, it's important for the city. It's not just about being here anymore, it's about, you know, finishing the job," said Rosenberg.
The Falcons have yet to win a Super Bowl.
The Patriots have won four.
The Super Bowl kicks off Sunday at 6:30 p.m.