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Posted by Drew Martin
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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady put up one of the great passing performances in NFL history at Super Bowl LII and maybe the greatest ever for a quarterback whose team lost.

Brady completed 28 of 48 passes for 505 yards, with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Sundays game was just the sixth in NFL history regular season or postseason in which a quarterback threw for 500 yards with three touchdowns and no picks. And it was the first time a quarterback has done that while losing the game. st-qb-to-lose-a-game-with-500-yards-3-tds-0-interceptions/

Reply by billydd66

Really have to question the benching of Malcolm Butler (he of the game-saving pick vs. Seattle). Replacement Rowe was immediately targeted and torched play after play as NE defense got very few third down stops. Hard to question Belichick as he has plugged in unknowns to great success in big games before but Butler remains a favorite of mine and that was hard to see.
Credit goes to Foles who was on target all night and unflappable. A great performance by both offenses and an exciting game. Pats were able to win last year with a strip sack of Matt Ryan and this year the Eagles were able to do the same.

Reply by Drew Martin

Should Malcom Butler Over/under 4.5 tackle prop bet be refunded? Or should the under cash? (Benched on D, only played special teams)

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