New England Patriots progress to record-setting ninth Super Bowl

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The New England Patriots advanced to the NFL Super Bowl again in the wake of beating the Pittsburgh Steelers. Tom Brady and the Patriots were too useful for the Steelers in Sunday’s AFC title diversion, winning 36-17. New England will now confront the Atlanta Hawks in Super Bowl LI – a record-setting ninth Super Bowl appearance for the Nationalists.

Intensive Control

As the Falcons of prey commanded the Green Cove Packers to win the NFC title, New England triumph over the Steelers was intensive. The Nationalists outgained the Steelers 432-368 and Brady was almost faultless. He tossed for 384 yards and three touchdowns on 32-of-42 passing.

Broken Ringer

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger went 31 of 47 for 314 yards with a touchdown and capture attempt; however the Steelers offense was missing one of their top weapons. Running back Le’Veon Chime left Sunday’s diversion late in the principal quarter with crotch damage.

The Steelers said Ringer, who was fifth in the NFL this season with 1,268 hurrying yards regardless of missing four amusements, returned for one bring halfway during that time quarter. However, after his two-yard pick up, he cautiously ran to the sideline and did not return.

The Steelers were trailing 10-0 at the season of Ringer’s damage; however DeAngelo Williams ventured in and scored from five yards out to cut into the lead.

Craftiness WORKS

The Patriots reacted to Pittsburgh’s first touchdown with a little duplicity. After Brady gave off to Dion Lewis, the running back pitched it back to Brady, who then finished the insect glimmer with a 34-yard touchdown go to Chris Hogan.

Hogan set a Nationalists postseason record with 180 accepting yards on nine gatherings. The bug glimmer catch was one of Hogan’s two touchdowns.

Both the Steelers and Nationalists have played in eight Super Bowls, yet New England will break a tie with the Steelers, the Dallas Cowhands and the Denver Horses by setting off to their ninth. Seven of those have come since Bill Belichick assumed control as head mentor in 2000.

“Brady will show up in his seventh Super Bowl and can turn into the principal quarterback in NFL history to win five Super Bowl titles. It’s unimaginable,” Brady told CBS Sports. “I’m recently cheerful for our group. We put a great deal into it. I know we’ll be playing an awesome group in a long time, yet it’ll be pleasant to complete it off.”

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