David Andrews compares playing in Super Bowl to wedding day


FOXBORO -- It's hard to really compare the Super Bowl to anything in life, but David Andrews tried on Wednesday.

The Patriots center compared the game to his wedding day.

“It’s kind of like your wedding day — everyone freaks about all these little details and all this stuff, but no one really remembers all that at the end of the day," Andrews said. “[You] just kinda remember the results of the wedding. So that’s, I guess, that’s kind of like a Super Bowl. It’s a huge event, but really all that matters and all you’re really going to remember is you won or lost."

This will be Andrews' third Super Bowl.

“It’s just such a blur. I’d say it takes a little while for it to sink in, and I’ve been on both sides of it," he said. "And like I said, nothing compares to the winning versus losing. Whatever happened that week it’s not as memorable, I guess.”

Andrews will certainly have his work cut out for him in the game by trying to control one of the best defensive tackles in the game in Aaron Donald.

The Patriots and Rams will meet Feb. 3 in Atlanta.