Joe Montana might have had an argument. Before tonight.
Tom Brady just led the Patriots to a fifth Super Bowl title, with a 34-28 win in overtime against the Falcons which ought to cement his place as the coolest quarterback under pressure in the history of the game.
While running back James White plowed in with the game-winning touchdown run, it was Brady who defined the comeback.
No one had come back from more than 10 points in a Super Bowl, but no one has played Super Bowls the way Brady has.
He was 43-of-62 passing for 466 yards and two touchdowns. It was an incredible night of work after a flat first three quarters, which saw the Falcons build a 28-3 lead.
The Patriots won the coin toss and didn’t get the ball back, driving 62 yards in eight plays, leaving the Falcons looking gassed.