2001 New England Patriots

2001 New England Patriots

The New England Patriots shock football fans everywhere by defeating the
heavily favored St. Louis Rams, 20-17, to take home their first Super Bowl victory.
In the wake of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America, the game was
played amidst intense security and included a tribute to the 9/11 victims. Former
President George H.W. Bush conducted the coin toss, the first president to ever
do so in person.
The Patriots were coached by Bill Belichick, who joined the team in 2000, the
same year quarterback Tom Brady was drafted.
The score was tied at 17-17 with just one minute and 20 seconds left. Brady
deftly led the Pats on a 53-yard drive and into field goal range, and with seven
seconds left on the clock, Pats’ kicker Adam Vinatieri made a 48-yard field goal to
win the game just as the clock expired. It was the first time a Super Bowl had ever
been won with a team scoring on the last play of the game.

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