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Never count out quarterback Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. The Atlanta Falcons found that out first hand in Super Bowl LI. New England at one point trailed by 25 points, but Brady led a stunning comeback and the Patriots clinched a 34-28 win in overtime. The Patriots scored 19 points in the fourth quarter. They needed two successful 2-point conversions to tie the game. Then James White scored his third touchdown of the game to clinch the victory. With the win, the Patriots tie the Pittsburgh Steelers with five Super Bowl titles. The 39-year-old Brady was named Super Bowl MVP for the fifth time, and became the first quarterback to lead his team to a fifth Super Bowl win. Patriots coach Bill Belichick became the first coach to win five Super Bowls. What fans will remember most, however, is the Patriots pulling off the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history.

Read more about Tom Brady and the New England Patriots’ historic win in Super Bowl LI.

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