New England Patriots fans who can’t get enough of the team’s Super Bowl victory over the Seattle Seahawks now have a chance to watch not just Malcolm Butler’s game-clinching interception but all of the key plays during the season that led up to it.
Marshawn Lynch thought he was going to get the ball to score the game-winning touchdown in the Super Bowl.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin has been fined $10,000 by the NFL for his role in a scuffle
The record snowfall that hit the Boston area kept the festivities on ice for an extra day but Patriots fans came out in droves to celebrate their fourth Super Bowl title of the Bill Belichick and Tom Brady era.
Even though he is now cemented in sports history for eternity, reaching this moment never came easy for Butler. Here are five things about the man behind the interception that you might not be aware of:
The Seattle Seahawks had both the Lombardi Trophy and greatness in their grasp with 36 inches and 26 seconds to go.
The Nielsen company said the game’s viewership exceeded the record of 112.2 million set last year, when Seattle beat Denver
While this may sound somewhat sophomoric, losers can sometimes be winners too (think gym class in elementary school).
A lion at Salt Lake City’s Hogle Zoo is successfully following in an orangutan’s footsteps when it comes to Super Bowl predictions.
The final 125 seconds included a perfect possession by Tom Brady for the go-ahead points, a juggling catch that could have been the play of the year, and a victory-clinching, end-zone interception on a pass — not run — from the 1.