Super Bowl 2017: LeGarrette Blount says Tom Brady is 'greatest quarterback ever'
Jan 25 2017 by Dustin Murphy
Brady sees the field like no other quarterback in the game.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft addressed the crowd, letting them know that the job wasn't finished. The Patriots were first in points allowed and third in points scored.
New England, heading to its ninth Super Bowl, blew out Pittsburgh 36-17. The NFL's championship game will be played on February 5 at NRG Stadium in Houston, with Brady trying to become the first quarterback with five Super Bowl victories while the Falcons will try to win their first championship. Brady also talked about the emotion of "finishing it off", after falling short in the Championship game previous year.
Tom Brady threw for 384 yards - a Patriots postseason game record - and three touchdowns. And he could add to his accomplishments for at least a couple more seasons. Leading the way was NFL MVP candidate Matt Ryan who went 27-for-38 while throwing 392 yards and 4 touchdowns. They traded for veterans like Scotts Valley's Andy Levitre to protect Ryan, and got good draft picks for deficient positions like linebacker Vic Beasley and running back Tevin Coleman.
The Steelers stuck with a defensive strategy predicated on playing zone coverage.
Although the Steelers defensive performance against the Patriots left a lot to be desired, they did take big step forwards defensively down the stretch of the regular season and into the playoffs.
Kim Zolciak and her family have been living the good life for the past many years, as Kim's husband Kroy Biermann played for the Atlanta Falcsons.
- Chris Hogan and Julian Edelman both eclipsed the 100-yard receiving mark Sunday night.
The Patriots exploited the scheme, and skewed their attack heavily toward the pass. That compared to Brady's 36 passing attempts during the same period.
Tomlin, like many coaches, have never been able to find a way to slow Brady.
The annoying part about big events in sports is the big moments often come when we are dozing off.