New England Patriots superstar Tom Brady engineered one of the most improbable comebacks in Super Bowl history last Sunday night, helping the Pats overcome a 25-point third-quarter deficit that seemed to defy all reason. He was masterful and magnificent, throwing for two touchdowns and a Super Bowl-record 466 yards as the Patriots reeled off 31 unanswered points to win Super Bowl LI in overtime.
The Atlanta Falcons, along with the more than 111 million Americans watching at home, were shocked. Fans and collectors in possession of Brady’s best trading cards were stoked. To be sure, the performance from Brady, a bona fide national treasure, was by any definition immaculate. Flawless, even. With yet another epic Super Bowl victory, Brady became the only quarterback in NFL history with five Super Bowl rings and four Super Bowl MVP Awards.
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