Carving their names in the hall of fame, the New England Patriots finished the Atlanta Falcons in a breath-taking come from behind victory, 34-28, in a first-ever overtime game in the Super Bowl held at the NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.


First four-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady pulled up the Patriots from the mud by leading the greatest comeback in the Super Bowl history, throwing for 466 yards and two touchdowns.


Brady is the miracle that the Patriots wished for as the quarterback lifted the team from a devastating 25-point advantage in the second half in favor of Atlanta, 28-3.


Adding sparkle to this remarkable 51th season, Brady and Patriots head coach Bill Belichick are celebrating their fifth Super Bowl championship together.  The duo are dubbed as the most successful quarterback-coaching combo in NFL history, now with 5-and-2 all-time in the big game.

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