Tom Brady, Malcolm Butler Make Appearances On ‘Tonight Show’ Superlatives (Video)

If you didn’t know the name Malcolm Butler before Super Bowl Sunday, you certainly know it now.

The New England Patriots cornerback became a household name Sunday night, thanks in large part to one of the most questionable play calls in NFL history.

Butler’s instincts took over, and he stepped in front of a Russell Wilson pass for an interception to seal the Patriots’ fourth Super Bowl win. It was a play that will go down in history in Patriots lore, and well, it likely means Butler will never have to pay for a drink in New England again.

Jimmy Fallon and “The Tonight Show” writing staff played off that in a Super Bowl version of their superlatives segment. Oh, and good luck ever looking at Danny Amendola the same again.

See the humorous skit below.

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