Super Bowl History
Tom Brady was the hero, of course. He completed 43 of his 62 passes a Super Bowl record for yards a Super Bowl record , two touchdowns, an interception and a rating of He and the Patriots outscored the Falcons in the fourth quarter and overtime. Matt Ryan, on the other hand, didn't have a bad game, but he was unable to convert enough first downs toward the end of the game while New England made its comeback.
The Falcons finished 1 of 8 on third down. It was , y'all. The Patriots called heads, won the coin toss and elected to receive to begin overtime.
Tom Brady, ladies and gentleman. A Patriots 2-pt conversion. New England, down eight, was driving deeper into Atlanta territory. You have to see it to believe it. The penalty resulted in a third-and-long, and Ryan's incomplete pass forced a Falcons punt. The Patriots got the ball back on their own nine. Julio Jones made an insane catch We got a ballgame. The Patriots immediately made the Falcons pay for their turnover and scored on a six-yard Tom Brady pass to Danny Amendola on the fifth play of a drive that started on the Falcons' yard line.
James White's rush for the two-point conversion crossed the goal line, and New England made it a one-score game with 5: We've got ourselves a ballgame. The Pats linebacker sacked Matt Ryan and forced a fumble, which was recovered by Alan Branch at the Falcons' yard line.
ET — field goal: The good news for New England: The bad news for New England: Gostkowski's field goal was not a touchdown. The Patriots' drive stalled in the red zone when Tom Brady was sacked on third down by Grady Jarrett, who was having himself one hell of a Super Bowl with three sacks.
New England was forced to settle for three after driving 72 yards in 12 plays. End of third quarter. Though the Falcons entered the fourth quarter with a commanding lead, the Patriots, with a fresh drive to start the final 15 minutes, did have at least a glimmer of hope. New England still held a slight edge in total yards, , but Atlanta was averaging an insane 8. New England faced its largest fourth-quarter deficit since Week 4 of the season, when it was dominated in Kansas City.
New England, perhaps desperate to get back in the game by any means necessary, tried an onside kick after its first touchdown. It was the first time the Patriots had attempted an onside kick since Week 13 of the season. Although New England scored after 13 plays and 75 yards, they took a precious 6: Making matters tougher for the Pats, Stephen Gostkowski missed his extra point attempt, which hit the right upright. James White makes a defender miss That one might be remembered as the Malcolm Butler drive The Patriots cornerback got absolutely toasted by Taylor Gabriel on a yard pass early in the drive.
Then, on a third-and-four on the Patriots' 9-yard line, Butler was flagged for pass interference. Falcons running back Tevin Coleman scored on the very next play, a six-yard swing pass from Matt Ryan. Atlanta had New England on the ropes early in the second half. Taylor Gabriel just stole Malcolm Butler's cleats pic. So much for that great field position on New England's first drive of the second half. New England lost two yards on the "drive," and Atlanta return man Eric Weems hauled in a fair catch at his own yard line.
The first series of the second half could not have gone much better for the Patriots, who forced an immediate Falcons three-and-out.
The Patriots would begin their first drive of the second half with great field position. Start of the second half. Brady finished the first half 15 of 25 for yards and one interception, which was returned for a touchdown, plus a couple sacks — a rating of His QB counterpart, Matt Ryan, had no such bad luck through the first 30 minutes.
The Falcons quarterback completed seven of his eight passes for yards and a touchdown, a perfect rating of He became the first quarterback ever to maintain a perfect passer rating through halftime of a Super Bowl.
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