How about that Super Bowl? Is it better to blow a lead or be blown out? Is it better to make the big game and embarrass yourself or miss it altogether? These are questions that the Atlanta Falcons and their fans are going to grapple with whenever they think about their historic Super Bowl loss on Sunday.
One thing is clear, Patriots fans are never going to be quiet over this one... and for good reason. They earned it. Congrats.
2016 is in the books, folks. The best thing about that news?
The Broncos are undefeated... and Terrell Davis is going to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Mason's Mailbag! Mason's Mailbag: Revisiting the Mock Draft, coffin-corner punts, and more | Denver Broncos
What about Trevor Semian? Alex Smith, Steve Young, discuss Trevor Siemian | 9news.com
The Patriots won the Super Bowl. Patriots come back for incredible Super Bowl LI win | ProFootballTalk
...and are happy to throw it in the face of a certain commissioner. Robert Kraft: This SB win 'unequivocally the sweetest' - NFL.com
Tom Brady gets the MVP. Super Bowl LI MVP: Tom Brady wins award in record-shattering comeback performance - CBSSports.com
...but somehow lost his jersey. WATCH: Tom Brady says someone stole his Super Bowl LI jersey after the game - CBSSports.com
Trying to make sense of the Patriots Super Bowl win. Patriots' Super Bowl LI win filled with echoes of the recent past | Denver Broncos
Matt Ryan had little to say over the devastating loss. Super Bowl LI -- Matt Ryan of Atlanta Falcons on loss -- 'There are no words' | ESPN
...but what he did say is, I'm sure, cold comfort. Matt Ryan: We had opportunities and made some mistakes | ProFootballTalk
Player reaction to Super Bowl LI outcome. NFL players react to the Patriots' epic Super Bowl LI win, from kickoff to OT | FOX Sports
Self-appointed Patriots 'superfan' Mark Wahlberg pouted his way out of the stadium and missed the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history. There are real fans who stick through thick and thin and then there's Mark Wahlberg. Don't be a Mark Wahlberg. Mark Wahlberg left Super Bowl LI before the Patriots’ epic comeback | FOX Sports