Super Bowl 2015 Scores, Highlights and Recap: Tom Brady wins MVP

The New England Patriots pulled off a remarkable 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Seattle Seahawks, 28-24, in the Super Bowl 2015.

Tom Brady completed 37 of 50 passes for 328 yards with four touchdowns against two interceptions. Brady was declared as the Super Bowl MVP, his third.

The game was intensified when Jermaine Kearse caught a spectacular pass that juggled through his body at the five yard line of the Patriots, giving the way for the Seahawks to have a chance to score. Marshawn Lynch got the ball into the one yard line as the Patriots stopped him. In the next play, Russell Wilson pass intended to Ricardo Lockette was intercepted by Rookie Malcom Butler.

New England survived yet another expectacular game that almost derailed by the Seahawks ability to score.

Julian Edelman caught for 109 yards and one touchdown in nine receptions while Rob Gronkowski added 68 yards and a touchdown. Danny Amendola and Shane Vereen contributed for the Patriots. Moreover, Brandon LaFell was part also of the offensive attacks of the Patriots.

Wilson completed 12 of 21 passes for 247 yards and two touchdowns against an interception that caused them the game. Lynch rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown in 24 attempts. Numbers of NFL experts believed that Lynch should have carried the ball at the goal line instead of passing the ball as the play of the Seahawks.

Brady broke Joe Montana’s 11 Super Bowl touchdown passes when he threw a 5 yarder to Amendola to bring the Patriots within 3. He also jumped with elation when he saw Butler’s interceptions that capped the game for the Patriots.

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