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Kyle Van Noy tells critics, including Felger and Mazz, that he loves them

Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy's relationship with 98.5 The Sports Hub's Felger and Massarotti program is a strange one.

(I suppose that's the nice way of saying that Van Noy doesn't quite care for the on-air stylings of the 2-6 duo on Morrissey.)

In fact, it was just earlier this week that Van Noy took to 98.5 airwaves to call them out.

“We want to prove to people like Felger and Mazz we can [win the Super Bowl,” Van Noy said during his appearance with 98.5 The Sports Hub's Zolak and Bertrand. “Shout out Felger and Mazz. Where are they at?”

But following New England's 13-3 Super Bowl LIII victory on Sunday, Van Noy took to Twitter to put on six pairs of sunglasses and let Mike and Tony know that he loves them.

KVN also included Max Kellerman, whom he told to 'stick to boxing' earlier this postseason, as well as FS1's Shannon Sharpe and the NFL Network's LaDainian Tomlinson, in his post-victory callout on Twitter. And rightfully so, as the Patriots held the high-powered Los Angeles Rams offense to just three points, a Super Bowl low, en route to their sixth championship.

Van Noy certainly played a part in the victory, too, with three tackles, a sack, and three hits on Rams quarterback Jared Goff.

It even earned some congrats from the show's official Twitter account, seemingly breaking their rule on no pleasantries.