Tom Brady says he cried after Super Bowl loss to Eagles

The stage was set for a dramatic Super Bowl comeback for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

That's when Brandon Graham delivered one of the few defensive highlights in the most prolific offensive game in NFL history, ripping the ball out of Brady's hands for a fumble that gave the Philadelphia Eagles their first Super Bowl title in franchise history.

The loss was tough on the legendary quarterback, who visited Stephen Colbert's Late Show on Monday to discuss.

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Colbert asked Brady how he coped with the loss.

"Cry. Mostly cry," Brady said. "You can't win them all."

"Actually when you wake up the next morning, you're like, 'was that a nightmare?!'"

In Philadelphia, the feeling was quite the opposite.