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The New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks in one of the most dramatic Super Bowl showdowns in recent memory. The game went back and forth in the first half. Seattle then broke open a 10-point lead in the third quarter.
And just as he has done many times in his already Hall of Fame-worthy career, Tom Brady marched New England back from the deficit to win the game in spectacular fashion.
Brady threw all over the vaunted Seattle secondary and racked up 328 passing.
However, it wasn’t over until the final moments. Seattle had the ball at the New England one yard line with second to go. And instead of handing the ball off to their franchise player running back Marshawn Lynch, quarterback tried to throw the ball into the end zone and was intercepted, ending the Seahawks chances of winning their second straight Super Bowl title.
Brady now ties legends Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw as the only quarterbacks to ever win four Super Bowls.
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