Tom Brady and his Super Bowl champion team are back in New England on Tuesday for a victory parade through the streets of Boston.
The Patriots took down Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI on Sunday, in what many are calling the greatest comeback in sports history.
The first Super Bowl to go into overtime in history took a thrilling turn in the fourth quarter as Robert Kraft's dominant team came back from a 25-point deficit to win the game 34-28 and become a five-time NFL champion franchise.
This will be the fifth Super Bowl celebration in Boston since the team's first Lombardi trophy win in 2002.
Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady shared a call to action on his Instagram on Monday, saying, "Attention managers of Boston: I hereby declare tomorrow a city-wide holiday. TOMORROW, WE DANCE IN THE STREETS #LETSGOOOOOOOOO."
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