Tell us if you’ve heard this one before: The New England Patriots won the Super Bowl. Again.

The last time New England played for the Lombardi Trophy, it turned out to be one of the most exciting Super Bowl games ever—the Patriots won with a last-second interception of Russell Wilson at the goal line by Malcolm Butler, stunning the world to take the 28-24 victory. Their victory on Sunday night—the first overtime in Super Bowl history—easily surpassed that.

After making it to the Super Bowl for the ninth time in team history—and the seventh time under the guidance of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady—the Pats ended their season with a phenomenal championship win, their fifth as a franchise, surging in the second half and scoring 31 unanswered points to conquer the Atlanta Falcons, 34-28.

But it was no easy victory. The Atlanta Falcons were the NFL's highest-scoring offense in 2016, and while they came in with plenty of big guns on offense and defense—Julio Jones, Devonta Freeman, Sean Weatherspoon, Mohamed Sanu, and Keanu Neal—and opened up a seemingly insurmountable lead early, the Patriots and their shredded dudes held the line and finished the season with the biggest W of them all.

Even though Rob Gronkowski wasn't active for the Super Bowl (which everyone but Falcons fans were upset about), the Pats had plenty of talent entering the battle. And while Bill Belichick has never been a fan of social media—what he calls “SnapFace” and “InstaChat”—that didn't stop some of his Patriots players from posting their workouts on Instagram.

Here’s how 11 players on the Patriots got ripped and helped the team earn its fifth Super Bowl win:

11. Elandon Roberts, Linebacker

 

Have to keep them legs strong. Slight work on the squats #NFL #NeverWillBeSatisfied

A video posted by Elandon Roberts (@the_erob52) on

 

10. Tre' Jackson, Guard

 

Everyone wants to be a beast until it's time to do what real beast do!! #beastmode #grindwantstop #hustlewantquit

A photo posted by Tre Jackson (@tre_jackson63) on

 

9. Chris Long, Defensive End

 

8. Duron Harmon, Safety

 

 

Tbt doing a little yoga.....gotta get back to this

A photo posted by Duron Harmon (@dharm30) on

 

7. Patrick Chung, Safety

 

Been on the grind, back at it on Monday #patriotsnation

A video posted by Patrick Chung (@23patrickchung) on

 

6. James White, Running Back

 

A photo posted by James White (@sweetfeet_white28) on

 

5. Trey Flowers, Defensive End

 

Oh get up Flowers!! #270 #afterpushinprowlers | Video By: @priceholmes

A video posted by Trey Flowers (@iii_flowers) on

 

4. Michael Floyd, Wide Receiver

 

The grind don't stop....

A video posted by Michael Floyd (@mikefloyd) on

 

 

F a vacay... I feel better at work #yearof15 #blessed

A video posted by Michael Floyd (@mikefloyd) on

 

3. Julian Edelman, Wide Receiver

 

crushed some leg raises in the offseason. I train #NoMatterWhat #ForeverFaster @puma

A video posted by Julian Edelman (@edelman11) on

 

 

Running along the Charles. I train #NoMatterWhat #ForeverFaster @puma

A video posted by Julian Edelman (@edelman11) on

 

2. Malcolm Butler, Cornerback

 

#WORK

A video posted by Malcolm CB Butler (@mac_bz) on

 

Yeah, he's shredded:

 

A photo posted by Malcolm CB Butler (@mac_bz) on

 

1. Chris Hogan, Wide Receiver

 

 

 

500lb hip thrust to finish off lower body day....@guadango #freakstrength @mhpstrong @todaysathletes

A video posted by Chris Hogan (@chrishogan_15) on

 

 

A video posted by Chris Hogan (@chrishogan_15) on

 

 

Triple broad jumps to finish after routes and field work. #freakstrength @mhpstrong @todaysathletes @todays_business

A video posted by Chris Hogan (@chrishogan_15) on

 

He may look small at 6′1″, but Chris Hogan is jacked:

 

That post season feeling. Great team win yesterday!! onto the post season! #pats #postseason #letssssgooooo

A photo posted by Chris Hogan (@chrishogan_15) on