Patriots cap off epic comeback to win Super Bowl LI

Super Bowl LI was one for the ages.
After the Atlanta Falcons jumped out to an early lead, Tom Brady reminded everyone why he is the best quarterback to ever play the game by leading the New England Patriots on a historic comeback to earn the 34-28 overtime victory.
New England outscored Atlanta 25-o in the fourth quarter and overtime to earn the win, after entering the half facing a 21-3 deficit.
During the Patriots’ epic comeback, wide receiver Julian Edelman hauled in arguably the greatest catch in Super Bowl history.
It was one of Edelman’s five catches on the night.
Tom Brady, meanwhile, threw for 466 yards — the most in Super Bowl history — on his way to picking up the fourth Super Bowl MVP of his career.
It’s going to be a party in New England as they celebrate Super Bowl win No. 5.
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