Happy Patriots fan breaks leg while celebrating Super Bowl win

The Patriots’ historic comeback win in Super Bowl LI turned painful for one fan.

While celebrating the unbelievable win, the fan jumped for joy and hit a nearby table — fracturing his leg.

They still cling tight to their singular distinction: the only team in 50 years of the Super Bowl era to make it through the entire season without losing a game. Amazingly, they actually came close to falling six times, winning by a single score in each of their three postseason games. They had to come from behind twice in the AFC Championship game at Pittsburgh, and in the Super Bowl they had to fight off a late Washington rally after grabbing a 14-0 halftime lead. MVP Jake Scott intercepted a pass in the end zone and returned it into opposing territory. That didn’t end the game, but all Washington had after that play was desperation. When it was over, the Dolphins had perfection.

The Steel Curtain was starting to droop by the time the 70s were nearing a close. Ernie Holmes had been gone several years and Dwight White, L.C. Greenwood and Joe Greene were within two years of retirement. Although there were six regular-season games in which opponents scored seven or fewer points, by the playoffs — and especially the Super Bowl — the D needed assistance from what had become an elite offense. John Stallworth and Lynn Swann were never better as a combination; Terry Bradshaw passed for a career high in Cheap Jerseys Website yardage. Bradshaw’s two bombs to Stallworth in the Super Bowl gave them all one last Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys ring.