When the confetti settled on the turf of NRG Stadium in Houston Sunday night, the scene was like many we'd seen before - the New England Patriots were Super Bowl champions, and Tom Brady was the game's most valuable player. Down 28-3 in the third quarter, Brady surgically led five scoring drives through the fourth quarter and overtime to give the Patriots a stunning 34-28 win, capping the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history. Completing the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history simply can't be ignored.

While everyone else seems to think that Brady played one of his best games in his career, the four-time Super Bowl MVP doesn't think so.

"I actually... no one really cares, but my Super Bowl jersey from my first against New England in New Orleans, the one in which we won, I have no idea where it is".

The Patriots ran 93 offensive plays and rolled up 546 yards with 37 first downs against the Atlanta defense.

The Patriots quarterback may have once marveled at the play, but he's now making good use of it. Fast forward to Super Bowl LI, he was everywhere in the 4th quarter and Overtime, he could not be stopped.

"I think he had earned that trust of everybody", Brady said.

"He snapped it over, it was kind of at my head, so James couldn't get his hand up there to get it", Brady tells King.

Julian Edelman's eyes never left the ball.

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In other words, only about once out of every 450 games in which a team takes a 25-point lead does that team end up losing.

'I put (the jersey) in my bag and I went in (to the locker room) to take my eye black off and they had opened up to, I don't know, the media, ' the 39-year-old quarterback said on WEEI last week.

However the veteran said he felt no after-effects from what had been a bruising ordeal.

"I always feel like I'm the same".

That attitude was backed up by the fact that New England really did move the ball well, throwing for 184 yards in the first half. Same thing happened two years ago (in the Super Bowl against Seattle).

The mystery surrounding the whereabouts of Tom Brady's missing game-worn Super Bowl LI jersey continues, as team owner Robert Kraft (above) says 'one way or another the jersey will be back'.

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.


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