New England Patriots âSuper Bowl LI Championsâ Boston Herald Newspaper Display Feat. Tom Brady Framed Description
You love them. You hate them. But no matter where you come down on New England, give the Pats this: they do Super Bowls right. And New England’s 34-28 victory over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI was no exception. The Pats were down 28-3 with 8:31 left in the third quarter. President Trump even bailed on his Super Bowl party. And then New England scored 31 unanswered points to stun the Falcons. Brady won his fifth Super Bowl; he’s now the first starting QB to have earned that many titles. He set new records for most passes completed (43) and most passing yards (466) in Super Bowl history. He won his fourth MVP, another record. And Brady had plenty of help. With 2:28 left and the Pats down 28-20, Brady threw a pass to Julian Edelman over the middle of the field. Atlanta cornerback Robert Alford leapt and tapped the ball up in the air, two other Falcons, Ricardo Allen and Jalen Collins, converged on Edelman. He was completely outnumbered. The ball, however, somehow stuck on Alford’s foot as he fell back, giving Edelman a split second to squeeze possession of the ball before it fell to the ground, and before Allen and Keanu Neal could get their hands on it. And, of course, after that dazzling play the Pats went on to OT victory, giving them and their fans Trophy #5. Just an amazing, unforgettable play…and game! This Sports Gallery Exclusive Display features an actual Boston Herald Special Edition Front Page after the Pats victory, expertly framed in black wood and Patriots matting and SGA Exclusive ‘SUPER BOW LI CHAMPIONS’ Plate w/ background Patriots logo. A unique collectible that would make a great gift for any Pats fan! NOTE: This is an actual newspaper so may have normal newspaper characteristics of crease(s), slight blemishes, etc.