It was quite a weekend that featured the Super Bowl. What started off as a take-off by the Atlanta Falcons for a multiple touchdown lead in the early quarters, ended up as an overtime playoff with the New England Patriots ending the contest by moving a couple yards into their opponents’ end zone for the winning touchdown.
It was even a closer game than the 34-28 score indicated.
It could have gone either way with just a twist or two changing the tide during the contest.
The Patriots came through by scoring 19 points in the final quarter and overtime, including two two-point conversions, and then marching to James White’s two-yard touchdown run in overtime to win.
The Patriots won the coin toss for overtime and New England quarterback Tom Brady completed several passes.
A pass interference call then took the ball to Atlanta’s two-yard line from where James White scored the Patriots winning touchdown.
Brady thereby received his fifth Super Bowl Ring and won Super Bowl Most Valuable Player for a record fourth time.
And James White scored the two-yard winning overtime touchdown run to defeat Atlanta 34-28.
With the win, Patriots Coach Bill Belicheck became the first coach to win five Super Bowl crowns.
Though the game started off at a slow pace for New England, it ended up in a wild finish for the team and one its fans will remember forever.