The big game may be in the record books, but Inside the Pylon is still breaking down all the angles. Super Bowl XLIX Recap Central will be updated regularly with all our analysis of the epic clash that saw the New England Patriots earn a thrilling 28-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. And for all of the thorough coverage we provided leading up to this classic matchup, Super Bowl XLIX Preview Central is your essential tool for reliving the excitement.
Drive One ‒ Finding Tharold Simon – With All-Pro Earl Thomas hampered by a shoulder injury and Jeremy Lane knocked out of the game with a broken arm, Simon became a focal point for Tom Brady and the New England offense. Mark Schofield breaks it all down.
Patriots Fourth TD Drive – Taking the lead wasn’t because of scheme or trickery, it was the individual efforts made by New England’s offensive stars: Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman that made the difference.
Malcolm Butler in the Middle – It took only a fleeting moment, but it forever altered the fortunes and legacies of two franchises, two quarterbacks and two head coaches. Dave Archibald walks us through “The Interception”.
The Russell Wilson Throw – On the other side of that play stood a young quarterback with a burgeoning reputation for coming through in the clutch. Mark Schofield tells us what went wrong for the Seahawks signal-caller.