New England Patriots Parade Live TV & Online Coverage For Super Bowl 2017 Champs

New England Patriots' Tom Brady by Jeffrey Beall via Wikimedia.org
By Jeffrey Beall, via Wikimedia Commons

The New England Patriots are champions of the NFL once again! In an incredible comeback, the Patriots shocked the Atlanta Falcons 38-24 in what can only be described as amazing. Atlanta was on cruise control for most of the game, building what seemed to be an insurmountable 25 point advantage in the 3rd quarter. But as many sports fans have learned over the last decade you can NEVER count out a Tom Brady led team!

In the biggest come back in Super Bowl history, New England clawed their back into the game late in the 4th quarter and tied it up at 28-28.

The Patriots won the coin toss in overtime, marched down the field and won the game on a James White 2 yard plunge, giving New England their second championship in three seasons.

Brady was a one man show, especially in the second half. He ended the night throwing for 466 yards and two touchdowns. The run New England has had over the past 15 years is just incredible, and so is the way Brady seems to defy age. He looks like he could play for anther 3 to 5 seasons.

Now it is time to celebrate!

The Patriots 2017 celebratory parade will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 7th at 11 a.m. With millions expected to jam the streets, you had better get there early if you are planning on attending the festivities first hand!

If you aren’t headed to the big event, you can watch it live on TV or via online live stream feed.

The parade will be televised live on the NFL Network. It will also be streaming live online through nflonline.nfl.com. It is scheduled to get underway at 11 A.M. Eastern Time.

Congrats to the Patriots!