This week’s edition of Belichick 20/20 features one of the greatest games ever played: Super Bowl 51. Both high scoring offenses would be held scoreless in the first quarter, but Atlanta would dominate the second quarter outscoring the Patriots 21-3; Falcons’ corner back, Robert Alford would intercept Tom Brady for an 82-yard pick six. The Patriots would go in to halftime trailing the league’s MVP Matt Ryan by a score of 21-3. To add insult to injury, the Falcons would strike first in the second-half to increase their lead to 28-3. The Patriots’ offensive struggles would continue in the third quarter, only scoring nine points as quarter three would end with the Falcons leading 28-9. However, a clutch Hightower strip-sack, a miraculous catch by Edelman and a Trey Flowers second-down sack in the final four minutes of regulation would result in 19 unanswered points for the Patriots to overcome a 25 point deficit; the largest comeback in Super Bowl history. The Patriots and Falcons would head to overtime tied at 28; the first ever overtime in Super Bowl history. The Patriots would win the coin toss and elect to receive; Tom Brady would only need three minutes and eight plays to go 75 yards to complete the greatest comeback in NFL history. After a two-yard touchdown run by James White, the Patriots would defeat the Falcons 34-28 to secure their fifth Super Bowl title.