The New England Patriots found themselves in a 21-0 hole in the first half against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51.
But New England rallied and tied the game, 28-28, and won in the first overtime in Super Bowl history. The 21-point comeback is the biggest come-from-behind win in Super Bowl history.
So, what are the rest of the biggest Super Bowl comebacks?
Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots Come Back From 10-points down to Beat Seattle 28-20
The Seahawks led the Patriots 24-14 and all seemed to be done for the Patriots. But New England responded to the circumstances with Danny Amendola scoring a 4-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter. Brady hooked up with Julian Edelman for another touchdown with just over two minutes left and the Patriots took a slim lead.
But the Seahawks had a chance to win the game at the end, but Malcom Butler’s interception sealed the victory for the Patriots.
Super Bowl XLIV: New Orleans Comes Back From 10-Points Down to Beat Indianapolis 31-17
In a matchup of Drew Brees against Peyton Manning, the Saints found themselves in a 10-0 hole early in the game.
But Brees and the Saints scored 13 unanswered points to move ahead 13-10 in the game. The Colts fired back with a touchdown of their own, but back came New Orleans to take a 24-17 lead. Manning rallied down the field looking to tie the game, but Manning threw a pick-six interception to seal Indianapolis’ fate.
Super Bowl XXII: Washington Were Down 10 Points to the Broncos, Came Back to Win, 42-10
The Redskins were down 10 points to Denver in the first quarter (10-0), and came back to win. Broncos quarterback John Elway struggled in the second quarter, throwing two interceptions, and Washington scored 42 unanswered points to win the championship.
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