2017 Super Bowl LI - Edelman's shoe catch
2015 Super Bowl XLIX - Butler's interception
2007 Regular Season Finale - Perfect 16-0
2001 Super Bowl XXXVI - First Super Bowl victory
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2017 Super Bowl LI
Edelman's Shoe Catch
New England vs Atlanta
34 - 28
February 5, 2017
NRG Stadium, Houston, TX
Edelman made a miraculous catch that was also the linchpin moment of the greatest Super Bowl comeback in history. The game started with three straight Atlanta touchdowns. New England managed only 3 points just before half on a Gostkoswski field goal. Then the incredible rally march began, carried by the sheer fortitude of Tom Brady. Still trailing by 8 with 3:30 left in the game, New England began a drive with no timeouts remaining and no room for error. At 2:22, Brady threw a 23-yard pass that was deflected up in the air by Alford, then fought over as the ball descended. Unbelievably, the ball was only kept off the ground by Alford's foot, and Edelman was able to reel in the football in the game-tying drive.
2015 Super Bowl XLIX
New England vs. Seattle
28 - 24
February 1, 2015
U of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ
New England was down by 2 scores heading into the 4th and things were not looking great. But that is when Tom Brady is at his best, and he led New England down the field on 2 consecutive drives to give New England a 4 point lead. Seattle took over with 2 minutes remaining and had it down to the New England 1 yard line with 26 seconds still left on the clock. On a play that will be questioned for years, Seattle decided to throw. It was lucky call for New England because Malcolm Butler was ready, stepping in front of Ricardo Lockette to grab the interception, win the game, and give New England their 4th NFL Championship.
2007 Regular Season Finale
New England vs. New York
38 - 35
December 29, 2007
Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
New England become the 1st team in NFL history to finish a regular season with a perfect 16-0 record. Tom Brady set a then NFL record by throwing his 50th TD pass to Randy Moss who also set an NFL record with 23 receiving TDs on the season.
2001 Super Bowl XXXVI
First Super Bowl victory
New England vs. St. Louis
20 - 17
February 3, 2002
Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl XXXVI was the start of New England's dynasty. With the score tied and time running out in the game, Tom Brady drove the field without timeouts to get to field goal range. Adam Vinatieri’s clutch 48-yard kick as time expires won their 1st Super Bowl title.