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The Patriots’ Place in History

Is the New England dynasty of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady the best in football history? Evaluating how these Patriots stack up against other teams in the running for the title of greatest ever

Good Mourning, Falcons

It won’t be easy overcoming the brutal Super Bowl 51 loss, but if Atlanta can turn the page, it will that see a trip to Minnesota next February isn’t out of the question. Plus T.O.’s Hall of Fame case and more Pats-Falcons mail

Super Bowl 51: Patriots Take the Fifth in Epic Comeback

Trailing Atlanta by 25 points midway through the third quarter, New England never panicked because of one man: Tom Brady. Here are all the details—from MJ to max squats to mothballs—of the legacy-cementing win. Plus notes on HOF votes, Brett Favre’s hobby and more from Houston

The Patriots’ Surprise Star

Malcolm Butler was a bottom-of-the-roster player heading into New England’s last Super Bowl. Now he’s getting top billing, and maybe the toughest assignment, against the Falcons in Houston. Plus reader mail

Big Ben’s Real Message

It sounds like Ben Roethlisberger’s radio comments were as much about team frustration as they were about retirement. A look at what’s next for Big Ben, plus mailbag queries on Tom Brady, penalties and the Browns

Youth and Speed are the Falcons’ Keys

Dan Quinn built not ‘Seattle’ East but ‘Atlanta Now’—a defense predicated on young stars playing fast and physical, with some attitude too. The concept will face its toughest test against Aaron Rodgers and the Pack
 

The Divisional Round Awards

On Aaron Rodger's miraculous 35-yard pass, Le'Veon Bell's Steph Curry-like quest, Mason Crosby's two 50-plus yard field goals and Dion Lewis' one-of-a-kind performance

Final Four Looks Fantastic

New England. Pittsburgh. Atlanta. Green Bay. How did they get here? Let’s start with the best throw of Aaron Rodgers’ life, and also get into five new head coaches, one messy franchise relocation and the birth of a new King