Reese Witherspoon's Sons Were Twinning for the Super Bowl - See the Adorable Pic!

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Game time!
Reese Witherspoon took to Instagram on Sunday to share an adorable snap of her sons watching the Super Bowl.
In the snapshot, Deacon 12, and Tennessee, 4, cheer on the Atlanta Falcons in black and red striped shirts, while the Big Little Lies star dons a simple red sweater.
"Game time!!! Who y'all rooting for!?," she wrote. "If ya couldn't tell, this crew is all about the red #GoFalcons #RiseUp #SB51#SuperBowlCrew."

After the New England Patriots defeated the Falcons 34-28, Witherspoon shared a tweet congratulating Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on his record fifth Super Bowl win.
"What. A. Game," she tweeted. "Y'all kept me on the edge of my seat Good work @AtlantaFalcons! Congrats, #TomBrady! #SB51 #Overtime."
The mother of three's 17-year-old daughter, Ava, didn’t seem to be present for the festivities, but Witherspoon recently revealed a hilarious case of mistaken identity involving her eldest.
"I had a premiere for that movie Sing! over Christmas, and the head of the studio went up to Ava and congratulated her on the movie," the 40-year-old actress gushed to ET’s Nischelle Turner last month, at the Elle’s Women in Television event in West Hollywood. "But I just love her. I’m so lucky to be her mom."
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