Let the debate be over: Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time.
Any question about Brady's legacy was answered in Super Bowl LI on Sunday night, as he led his team from 25 points down to an unbelievable, 34-28 overtime victory.
The win, Brady's record-setting fifth championship, came in historic fashion. No Super Bowl had ever gone to overtime before. The Patriots got there by rallying from a 28-3 deficit, then made quick work of the extra session.
After taking the opening kickoff, Brady drove the Patriots 75 yards in eight plays. The winning touchdown came on a 2-yard run by James White, who took a pitch to the right and barely crossed the goal line. Brady finished the game 43 of 62 for 466 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.
Hogan Watch: Former Bills receiver Chris Hogan finished with four catches for 57 yards, including an 18-yard catch in overtime. Hogan also provided the key block on Danny Amendola's two-point conversion that tied the game.
Costly flag: Atlanta linebacker De'Vondre Campbell was penalized for pass interference in overtime while defending Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett. Campbell made contact with Bennett before the ball arrived, and the penalty put the Patriots at the Atlanta 2-yard line. Two plays later, White crossed the goal line to win the game.