Tom Brady orchestrated one of the greatest comebacks in sports history, and led the New England Patriots to a Super Bowl victory. The Patriots clawed back from a 25-point hole and scored 19 points in the final quarter in arguably the greatest Super Bowl of all-time.
The magnificent MVP-winning performance by the Patriots quarterback in Super Bowl LI convinced LeBron James that Tom Brady is the G.O.A.T.
Kobe chimed in about Brady’s Super Bowl rings.
Speaking of Mr. Bryant, Justin Forsett utilized a Kobe GIF to illustrate that Brady has five Super Bowl rings, tying linebacker Charles Haley for the most rings all time.
It wasn’t just LeBron calling Brady the greatest of all-time.
David Ortiz was pumped.
As was Captain America.
As was Brady’s wife Gisele.
Meanwhile, Joel Embiid urged the Falcons to trust the process.
Dwight Howard attempted to ease the pain of not winning, something he is very familiar with.
President Trump congratulated the Patriots.
Atlanta’s Morehouse College alumnus and Falcons fan Samuel L. Jackson attempted to encourage the Falcons.
And let’s check in on the city of Atlanta.