It doesn't get better than the most iconic player in Super Bowl history leading his team back from a 28-3 deficit to deliver a 34-28 overtime victory for his fifth championship. This wasn't just the greatest comeback in NFL history. It was one of the great comebacks in sports history, orchestrated by a 39-year-old legend who had to conquer Father Time, not just the NFC champion Atlanta Falcons. Brady set Super Bowl passing records for yards (466) and attempts (62) while claiming postseason victory No. 25 as a starter.
Montana and the 49ers came about as close to perfection as a team could come during their 55-10 victory over the Denver Broncos, who had led the NFL in points allowed that season.