New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says his record-setting performance in Super Bowl LI wasn’t his best game ever despite the historic 25-point rally over the Atlanta Falcons.
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Thousands of Patriots fans packed the streets of Boston Tuesday to catch a glimpse of Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and New England’s fifth Vince Lombardi Trophy during the team’s championship parade.
The game-winning jersey Tom Brady wore en route to his record fourth Super Bowl MVP award was still missing Monday.
A game that featured the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history by the greatest quarterback of all time also produced a record wagering handle in Nevada.
Tom Brady doesn’t want to talk about “Deflategate.” He’d rather reflect on a night he will never forget and how much it meant to his mother.
The subjective part is dead for anyone with even an infinitesimal amount of unbiased vision, the rationalization that any quarterback in National Football League history should be placed ahead of Tom Brady on the register of the greatest to play the game now reduced to rubbish.
The Atlanta Falcons handed Tom Brady and the New England Patriots the Lombardi Trophy on a Super Bowl silver platter Sunday evening.
Tom Brady led one of the greatest comebacks in sports, let alone Super Bowl history, lifting New England from a 25-point hole to the Patriots’ fifth NFL championship in the game’s first overtime finish. They beat the Falcons, 34-28.
Messages about America, inclusiveness kept bubbling up in Super Bowl 51 ads from Airbnb, the NFL and a line of personal care products. But there was still plenty of escapism and light humor for those who weren’t into the politics.
Tom Brady and Matt Ryan generated a lot of individual action around town in proposition bets with Brady rewarding his backers handsomely after leading New England’s comeback in the Patriots’ 34-28 overtime win Sunday in Super Bowl LI.
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