How Julian Edelman Pulled Off One of the Craziest Catches in Super Bowl History by the Forward

How Julian Edelman Pulled Off One of the Craziest Catches in Super Bowl History

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“I don’t know how he caught it. I don’t think he does either.”

That’s New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady onJewish teammate Julian Edelman’s physics-defying catch during the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LI on Sunday night won by the Pats in overtime, 34-28.

The catch, which Edelman somehow secured between multiple defenders after the ball was tipped in the air, was a crucial part of a historic comeback. New England trailed 28-3 in the third quarter before scoring 31 unanswered points on the way to its thrilling victory — the first overtime game in Super Bowl history.

In typical goofy form, Edelman said Brady exaggerated his praise for the catch because the two have a “bromance.”

How Julian Edelman Pulled Off One of the Craziest Catches in Super Bowl History

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