Patriots win Super Bowl LI in overtime, 34-28

The Patriots are World Champions for the fifth time as New England rallies from a 25-point deficit to beat Atlanta in the first overtime game in Super Bowl  history, 34-28.   QB Tom Brady won his record breaking 5th Super Bowl and 4th Super Bowl MVP. 

James White's 2-yard run on the first drive of overtime earned the Patriots the record setting victory.  White,, who catch 14 passes for 110 yards, accounted for 3 TD's on the night and 139 combined yards.  Danny Amendola added 8 catches for 78 yards and a touchdown.

Brady, despite throwing a pick-6 that gave the Falcons a 21-0 lead in the first half, ended the game 43-62 for 466 yards and 2 TD's. 

The 25-point deficit is the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history.  Mayor Baker of Boston says there will be a celebration parade on Tuesday. 

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