In 2017, we bore witness to what many regard as the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history. The New England Patriots were down 28-3 with just over two minutes left in the third quarter. The Atlanta Falcons seemed to have the game all wrapped up before the second half even started. However, with Tom Brady at the helm, you can never count the Pats out. And to celebrate 3/28 day, it's fitting that we look back on the highlights of one of the most electrifying games the NFL has ever seen.
The game solidified Brady as the GOAT for many fans and convinced others that Dan Quinn was an incompetent head coach. To this day it's hard to wrap one's mind around how dominant New England was in the second half and overtime. Not only did they mount an astounding comeback, they held Atlanta from scoring a single point after halftime.
Brady threw for 466 yards and two touchdowns to secure his fifth Super Bowl win. Surpassing Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana, he became the quarterback with the most championships of all time.
As for Falcons fans? Well, the misery continues.