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Tom Brady doesn't think Super Bowl LI was his best game ever

14 February 2017

Tom Brady may have pulled off the greatest comeback in National Football League playoff history in Super Bowl LI. The passes completed, attempted and yards thrown for in the game all set new Super Bowl marks.

But Brady told blog that he does not see the game as his best performance ever.

While many thought it was one of the greatest games ever played, Brady doesn't think so. After all, he did score the game-winning touchdown in that first Super Bowl that ever went to overtime, which capped the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history.

The Patriots ran 93 offensive plays and rolled up 546 yards with 37 first downs against the Atlanta defense. Not now, not after that historic comeback in Houston, not after the Hall of Fame quarterback went into full-on assassin mode to secure his record fifth Super Bowl victory.

History will say that it was the finest moment of Tom Brady's legendary career.

"It's very sad to me that someone would do something like this, and it's like taking a great Chagall or Picasso or something", Kraft said.

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Brady, the first quarterback to win five Super Bowl crowns, had given away the truck he received as MVP from Super Bowl 49 two years ago to cornerback Malcolm Butler, who made a late game-saving interception to hold off Seattle. Look at the past two Patriots Super Bowls, he got blown up by Kam Chancellor is Super Bowl XLIX, but instead of dropping the ball, his first though was get up and continue running, no other receiver would have had that much heart. That one will be tough to top, but then again I don't doubt that Brady could do it. Then I saw a picture in Sports Illustrated of the catch, in the early pages. So I pushed him out because I knew at that point I had changed the route and I wanted to make sure Danny would get the leverage or put him in a better position to get the leverage based on the route that he had.

Most fans, pundits and Twitter experts believes the New England Patriots were toast by halftime (your's truly was in that group).

"I wouldn't get 14 catches if he wasn't throwing me the ball", White told O'Brien.

As the winners of Super Bowl LI, New England will wait until the 32 overall pick in the draft to make their decision.

To his credit, Brady is telling the truth.

Because Brady was to the line of scrimmage well before the coach-to-quarterback communication system went down - it shuts off when the play clock hits 15 seconds - McDaniels was able to steer Brady in Amendola's direction based on what he saw from the sideline.