Written by Juliana Simone
February 6, 2017
What is now being considered thee most amazing Super Bowl game to ever witness in the history of the NFL, brought New England Patriots star player, Tom Brady, the sole title of the first quarterback to ever win five Super Bowls. This achievement also brought his fine team, current and past under his helm, as well as the team’s coach, Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft, the honored title of first NFL team to win five Super Bowls. Statistics on this game are large and long.
When announcers after two touchdowns by the opposing team the Atlanta Falcons told viewers no team in the history of the NFL had ever gone on to win the Bowl with this deficit, Patriots fans knew and said out loud or to themselves, but, this is Tom Brady. Absolutely. Brady was born to rule football and has proven time and time again he is not only the quintessential quarterback, and more arguably at the age of 39, a true American hero.
His never give up spirit exemplifies men (and women) from an earlier time in the history of the United States where the Founding Fathers sacrificed so much for the birth of America, and the women at their sides played noteworthy roles often unrecorded. His use of time epitomizes what famed New York Yankee baseball coach, Yogi Berra, is famous for saying, “It ain’t over till it’s over.” His leadership demonstrates on the field like a fine commander, General George Patton, how you keep your men through strength and faith, to keep going and win one more time.
President Donald Trump had this to say after the win in one of his regular tweets on Twitter:
The liberal democrats who continue to insist and showcase themselves as the “party of tolerance,” proved once again, they are only tolerant of those who share their extreme views – and if not, well, they show time and time again how intolerant they truly are. For them, this had to be a tough loss.
For the real true fans of the Atlanta Falcons, those who go to their games, watch them on TV and even go back to the days of when fine coach Dan Reeves brought this team some national attention, there should be true remorse. The Falcons played hard and well and their loss with such a lead will always be stunning.
But it all comes back to Tom Brady and why he was the MVP for a fourth time last night. He brings it, and however far down he is, he always looks up until he wins the game one more time – for him, his team, his family, his coach, Bob Kraft and America.
Among many great reports on the game with detailed statistics, here’s one: http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/18628127/tom-brady-earns-super-bowl-li-mvp-honors