New England Patriots
We can now finally and forever say that Tom Brady broke through that historical membrane between three and four Lombardi Trophies, which just made him part of a most holy trinity of quarterbacks.
The 29-year-old, who starred for the Jets from 2007-12, signed a two-year, $32 million contract with the Patriots prior to the season.
Instead of accepting defeat, the Seahawks tried to rush the line and get to the ball before Brady could take a knee, setting off pushing and shoving from both sides.
Deep Blue defeats Kasparov, Jeopardy’s unbeatable “Watson” computer and now this.
If it weren’t for the Seahawk’s ill-fated play call late in the fourth quarter, some would be calling this the worst decision in the history of the Super Bowl.
Domestic violence. Concussions. Retired players suffering. None of it gets washed away by a thoroughly enjoyable title game. Goodell and the owners need to understand that first.
And then they must deal with it, preferably before the next Super Bowl.
Boomer and Carton are still live in Arizona one more day and are amped to talk about an incredible game.
It didn’t matter how much air was in the balls, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was unstoppable when the pressure was strongest.
As a kid, Tom Brady idolized Joe Montana. Now, at age 37, Brady owns just as many Super Bowl championships — and just as many Super Bowl MVP awards.
The New England Patriots are Super Bowl Champions and one of the first words that comes to mind when describing this one is unbelievable.
What once seemed like a fleeting dream, has become a reality, largely in part to these huge moments that set the New England Patriots on a course for Super Bowl glory.
Wrangling all this year’s Super Bowl commercials was a tough job — but somebody had to do it.
One person in Buffalo who shared a photo of the cakes on Twitter ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl said she nearly “died of laughter.”
President Barack Obama said until the Patriots used deflated footballs in the AFC championship game, he didn’t realize each team prepares its own footballs and brings them to the game.
It’s a change of course at University of Phoenix Stadium, where the home team Cardinals have played with the roof closed for every game since December 2013.