Historic comeback carries Patriots to Super Bowl victory

In the most exciting fourth-quarter rally in Super Bowl history, the New England Patriots showed their remarkable resolve to do something no team has ever done before in coming back from a 28-3 deficit.

In rising up in such fashion to win 34-28 in overtime, charging back from 19 points down in the fourth quarter, quarterback Tom Brady wrote the most dramatic chapter in his future Hall of Fame career, earning MVP honors to set up a highly anticipated Monday morning MVP news conference with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

"He's the GOAT, the king of the petting zoo," defensive end Chris Long said.

"He's the Michael Jordan of football," added safety Duron Harmon, whose inspirational words at halftime -- in which he told teammates they were going to pull off the most dramatic comeback in Super Bowl history -- were cited by many after the game. "Two Super Bowls, down multiple scores, and he has got the job done."

This was a script that not even Hollywood could have come up with for believability, especially when considering the greatest Super Bowl comeback had previously been 10 points.

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