The New England Patriots paraded the streets of Boston on Tuesday to celebrate their historic comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons in Sunday's Super Bowl LI. Despite snowy weather, an estimated 500,000 to 1 million fans were expected turned out for the Patriots Super Bowl Victory Parade, which departed at 11 a.m. ET from the Hynes Convention Center and made its way through the Boston streets toward City Hall Plaza.
You got to do what you got to do. #PatriotsParade pic.twitter.com/POk5BDqX46
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) February 7, 2017
An unreal scene at Boston Common. #Patriots #Patriotsparade pic.twitter.com/NkkYjkLKVT
— Mike Petraglia (@Trags) February 7, 2017
Quarterback Tom Brady and his teammates rode in World War II-era vehicles known as "duck boats" as they took turns hoisting the Lombardi Trophy in the air and reliving their victory.
The New England Patriots celebrate their Super Bowl win in Boston https://t.co/r5rZUL1AZ9 #patriotsparade pic.twitter.com/NezJuWOsdl
— NBC News (@NBCNews) February 7, 2017
How many, Julian @Edelman11? #PatriotsParade pic.twitter.com/EXI1knl0w8
— Only In Boston (@OnlyInBOS) February 7, 2017
There he is!!! @Edelman11 still has the beard too! #SB51 #patriotsparade #wcvb pic.twitter.com/1xpTL6894n
— WCVB-TV Boston (@WCVB) February 7, 2017
This is the Patriots' fifth Super Bowl title — but the team fought particularly hard for this win, coming back from a 25-point deficit to win 34-28 in overtime, the first time in NFL history a Super Bowl extended past regulation.