HOUSTON — James White had the first walk-off touchdown in Super Bowl history Sunday, and it made the New England Patriots champions for the fifth time in franchise history.
Two plays after a Falcons pass-interference penalty placed the ball at the Atlanta 2-yard line in overtime, James White squirted his way to paydirt and immortality.
The Patriots won Super Bowl LI by a 34-28 score — unbelievable to think, considering they trailed by 25 points midway through the third quarter.
But in the end, they showed the heart of a champion.
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