People are praising Tracy Wolfson for her Super Bowl performance after post-game media scrum turned into a chaotic mosh pit

Al Bello/Getty ImagesTracy Wolfson did an astounding job navigating a chaotic scene to pull off a pitch-perfect interview with Tom Brady after the Super Bowl.
  • The Patriots defeated the Rams 13-3 to win Super Bowl LIII.
  • After the game, a chaotic scene broke out in the media scrum surrounding Tom Brady.
  • CBS reporter Tracy Wolfson was praised for her performance in the midst of a wild scene, conducting a pitch-perfect interview with Brady.
  • Follow along with all of our coverage of Super Bowl LIII here.

The New England Patriots continued their reign as the greatest dynasty in NFL history on Sunday, defeating the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII.

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As soon as the final whistle blew, Patriots players stormed the field to celebrate, with the media following in force. The moment made for a chaotic scene, with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady serving as the focal point of the attention.

In the middle of it all was CBS on-field reporter Tracy Wolfson, who was charged with conducting the postgame interview with Brady.

Unfortunately for Wolfson, the scrum was so packed – with media attempting to get pictures of Brady, and Brady attempting to celebrate with his teammates – that the interview couldn’t take place when the CBS broadcast crew threw to her on the field.

However, Wolfson would hang tough and find her moment, keeping close to Brady and, once he had concluded a few moments with teammates and coaches, conducted a pitch-perfect interview in the midst of a still-raucous crown.

On Twitter, journalists praised Wolfson for her performance in the chaos.

Brady will undoubtedly go down as the greatest of all time, but Wolfson might have finished Sunday with the performance of the night.

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