Super Bowl XLIX is sure to go down as one of the more memorable games in NFL history.

The New England Patriots captured their fourth Super Bowl title in the last 14 years on Sunday night, defeating the Seattle Seahawks, 28-24.

New England trailed, 24-14, going into the fourth quarter, but took the lead on two Tom Brady touchdown throws, including the go-ahead score on a 3-yard scoring strike to Julian Edelman with 2:02 to go.

Seattle, with a chance to repeat as Super Bowl Champions, moved the ball down to the New England 1-yard line with under :30 to go, with the help of an incredible reception by Jermaine Kearse, before Malcolm Butler, an undrafted Patriots rookie, made his first career interception, picking off a Russell Wilson pass to seal the win.

Yes, Super Bowl XLIX was one for the ages, so let's relive just a bit of it with a video highlights recap, courtesy of the NFL youtube channel.

 

 

Once again, here's that pass completion to Wilson to Kearse, which covered 33 yards, and gave the Seahawks a first-and-goal.

 

 

And again, here's the inception by Butler that put the exclamation point on one of the more memorable Super Bowl games, ever.

 

 

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the Super Bowl MVP for the third time in his career, throwing for 328 yards and four touchdowns.