Super Bowl LI: New England Patriots 34, Atlanta Falcons 28, Final

Patriots finished the 2016 regular season 14-2; Falcons finished 11-5

New England Patriots' Tom Brady raises his arms after a touchdown, during the second half of the NFL Super Bowl 51 football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017, in Houston. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – The last two teams standing at the end of the 2016 NFL season is the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. Now they face off in Houston, Texas for Super Bowl LI.

Game Score: New England Patriots 34, Atlanta Falcons 28, FINAL

The Patriots beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Championship game, 36-17, and the Falcons beat the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game, 44-21. In the Super Bowl, the match-up to watch is Atlanta’s highflying offense versus the Patriots dominant defense.

The last time the two teams faced off was in September of 2013 on Sunday Night Football in Atlanta; the Pats one 30-23. The Patriots have beaten the Falcons the last 4 times they met in the regular season; 3 times at the Georgia Dome and once at Gillette Stadium.



While the Patriots are working to win their 5th Super Bowl, the Falcons are still working to win their 1st. Atlanta lost in Super Bowl XXXIII to the Denver Broncos, 34-19, who were defending champions. The Pats on the other hand just won a 4th in Super Bowl XLIX, beating the Seattle Seahawks, 28-24, who were also defending champions.



New England is making history by playing in the Super Bowl for an NFL record 9th time. Quarterback Tom Brady is setting a record by playing in his 7th Super Bowl, and Head Couch Bill Belichick is setting a record by coaching in his 10th. With a victory, Brady, Belichick and owner Robert Kraft would be the first combination to win 5 Super Bowls in NFL history.


Below is the Patriots 2016 NFL Schedule:

POSTSEASON
AFC Divisional – Houston Texans 16, New England Patriots 34, WIN
AFC Championship – Pittsburgh Steelers 17, New England Patriots 36, WIN

REGULAR SEASON
Week 1 – New England Patriots 23, Arizona Cardinals 21, WIN
Week 2 – Miami Dolphins 24, New England Patriots 31, WIN
Week 3 – Houston Texans 0, New England Patriots 27, WIN
Week 4 – Buffalo Bills 16, New England Patriots 0, LOSS
Week 5 – New England Patriots 33, Cleveland Browns 13, WIN
Week 6 – Cincinnati Bengals 17, New England Patriots 35, WIN
Week 7 – New England Patriots 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 16, WIN
Week 8 – New England Patriots 41, Buffalo Bills 25, WIN
Week 9 – BYE WEEK
Week 10 – Seattle Seahawks 31, New England Patriots 24, LOSS
Week 11 – New England Patriots 30 at San Francisco 49ers 17, WIN
Week 12 – New England Patriots 22, New York Jets 17, WIN
Week 13 – Los Angeles Rams 10, New England Patriots 26, WIN
Week 14 – Baltimore Ravens 23, New England Patriots 30, WIN
Week 15 – New England Patriots 16, Denver Broncos 3, WIN
Week 16 – New York Jets 3, New England Patriots 41, WIN
Week 17 – New England Patriots 35, Miami Dolphins 14, WIN

PRESEASON
Week 1 – New Orleans Saints 22, New England Patriots 34, WIN
Week 2 – Chicago Bears 22, New England Patriots 23, WIN
Week 3 – New England Patriots 19, Carolina Panthers 17, WIN
Week 4 – New England Patriots 17, New York Giants 9, LOSS

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