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Patriots Top Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX

by Jordan McGuire on February 2, 2015

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I am jealous of Tom Brady’s life. Supermodel wife, classic good looks, penthouse suites and now, he has now solidified himself as the game’s greatest quarterback. The Brady-led Patriots outscored the Seattle Seahawks 14-0 in the fourth quarter and held on to win 28-24.

The game started slow for both clubs as we saw a scoreless opening quarter. Second quarter was a different story as the two battled and scored 14 a piece. The Seahawks were out-gained and out-played by an incredibly large margin in the first half, yet drove 80 yards in five plays only to score with two seconds remaining in the first half to tie the game at 14.

The third quarter was nerve-wracking for Pats fans as Seattle put up ten quick points to take a 24-14 led into the final quarter of football. Then, Tom Brady was simply Tom Brady.

Although Brady did throw two interceptions, he majestically recorded drives of 68 and 64 yards in the fourth quarter against the best secondary in the National Football League. After Brady brought the Patriots on their last scoring drive, the resilient Seahawks drove right down the field and found a bit of luck as Jermaine Kearse made one of the most insane catches in Super Bowl History. After the catch, Marshawn Lynch ran the ball to the goal line. Then things got questionable. There’s more!

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