Robert Kraft's New England Patriots beat Chiefs, advance to Super Bowl

Earlier this month, Kraft was named the winner of the $1 million Genesis Prize, the so-called Jewish Nobel.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) greets owner Robert Kraft in the locker room as they celebrate their win over the Kansas City Chiefs during overtime in the AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium (photo credit: MARK REBILAS-USA TODAY SPORTS)
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) greets owner Robert Kraft in the locker room as they celebrate their win over the Kansas City Chiefs during overtime in the AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium
(photo credit: MARK REBILAS-USA TODAY SPORTS)
Jewish National Football League team owner Robert Kraft will see his New England Patriots in their ninth Super Bowl since 2000.
The Patriots, led by quarterback Tom Brady, on Sunday defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 37-31, in overtime in the AFC Championship Game in Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
It is the team’s 11th Super Bowl appearance overall. It has won the big game five times under Kraft’s stewardship.
The Patriots will face the Los Angeles Rams, who defeated the New Orleans Saints on Sunday 26-23 in overtime.
Kraft bought the team 25 years ago in 1994.
Over decades, the Kraft family has given more than half a billion dollars to causes including health care, education, the Jewish community, Christian organizations and local needs."
Kraft, 77, is a prominent supporter of American football in Israel, including the Kraft Family Stadium in Jerusalem and the Kraft Family Israel Football League.