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As the Patriots were being celebrated with a duck boat parade in Boston Tuesday morning, fans flocked to the city’s streets to see the Super Bowl 53 champions.

Here are some of the best signs spotted along the parade route.

Katie Almeida, 7, of Brookline, who goes to Edith Baker Elementary School, tried to make this sign believable. This is her second Patriots parade.
Katie Almeida, 7, of Brookline, who goes to Edith Baker Elementary School, tried to make this sign believable. This is her second Patriots parade. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff
Some fans apparently still aren’t over Deflategate.
Some fans apparently still aren’t over Deflategate.Maddie Meyer/Getty Images
This slogan could be referring to winning Super Bowls — or Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
This slogan could be referring to winning Super Bowls — or Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Maddie Meyer/Getty Images
Boston-area teams beat Los Angeles teams twice in the past four months.
Boston-area teams beat Los Angeles teams twice in the past four months.Maddie Meyer/Getty Images
City Hall showed some Patriots pride.
City Hall showed some Patriots pride.Christina Geromini/Globe Staff
For some, loving the Patriots is a religion.
For some, loving the Patriots is a religion.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
That’s one way to look at it.
That’s one way to look at it. Jim Davis/Globe Staff
One fan thinks it’s time to reexamine the Lombardi trophy’s name.
One fan thinks it’s time to reexamine the Lombardi trophy’s name.Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff
Patriots player Elandon Roberts made his opinion on ESPN’s Max Kellerman known.
Patriots player Elandon Roberts made his opinion on ESPN’s Max Kellerman known. Jim Davis/Globe Staf
OK, this isn’t exactly a sign, but one has to appreciate this fan’s commitment to the Patriots.
OK, this isn’t exactly a sign, but one has to appreciate this fan’s commitment to the Patriots.Nathan Klima for the Boston Globe
A very artistic portrayal of Tom Brady with his bling.
A very artistic portrayal of Tom Brady with his bling.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Kids crowded a window at Park and Tremont streets.
Kids crowded a window at Park and Tremont streets. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff

Christina Prignano of the Globe staff contributed to this report.