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The Patriots managed to cap off the greatest comeback in NFL Postseason history on Sunday.
The only thing they didn’t count on was the greatest quarterback to ever play, not giving up.
Tom Brady guided his team back from possibly the darkest hour of his career.
Don’t get me wrong, he had a lot of help. James White was absolutely phenomenal. Malcolm Mitchell made huge plays for a rookie wide receiver when the other receivers were struggling. Julian Edelman made the greatest catch of the game, and possibly one of the best ever in a Super Bowl. However, none of this matters or happens if it isn’t for Tom Brady.
Brady set records for most attempts, completions, and yards in a Super Bowl. A majority of which came in the second half.
Brady complete 43 passes on 62 attempts for 466 yards. He also had two touchdowns. His second half stats, not including overtime were as follows: 23-31, 231 yards, 2 touchdowns. He also had five completions of 20 or more yards, and 12 completions of 15 yards or more.
Brady gave the perfect representation of leadership and competitiveness.
We saw the opposite situation with Cam Newton last year.
Brady possesses an aura that makes him stand out in terms of effort, energy, and ability. It isn’t enough to simply be good, you must be great. To be great, you make others around you better. Brady is the epitome of this greatness.
Not many quarterbacks could do what Brady did without their biggest receiving threat. Yet, Brady did it.
This is why Sunday’s performance ended the debate. The question is no longer whether Tom Brady is the greatest. The fact is that Tom Brady is the greatest of all time.https://www.myfantasysportstalk.com/end-of-discussion/https://i2.wp.com/www.myfantasysportstalk.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Tom-Brady-shouting-New-England-Patriots-quarterback.jpg?fit=1024%2C576&ssl=1https://i2.wp.com/www.myfantasysportstalk.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Tom-Brady-shouting-New-England-Patriots-quarterback.jpg?resize=150%2C150&ssl=1Atlanta FalconsNew England PatriotsNFLRecent Posts#James White,#Julian Edelman,end of discussion,Malcolm Mitchell,New England Patriots,Super Bowl LI,Tom BradyThe Patriots managed to cap off the greatest comeback in NFL Postseason history on Sunday. The Patriots trailed 28-3 at one point and it seemed that the Falcons were going to claim their first Super Bowl. The only thing they didn't count on was the greatest quarterback to ever play, not...Malachi DavidMalachi Davidmalachidavid89@Gmail.comContributorHey there! Journalism student in the dairy state. Covering NBA and the NFL.MyFantasySportsTalk