WR Edelman standing out for the Patriots tonight. A 21-yard catch puts his team on the 4 yard line.
And on the next play, Edelman makes a great move to get open in the end zone, and Brady misses him with the pass.
After missing a wide open Julian Edelman, Brady hits WR Danny Amendola for a TD, bringing the Pats within three points of the Seahawks. NE 21 - 24 SEA.
With that last TD pass, NE QB Tom Brady now holds the record for most Super Bowl passing touchdowns with 12.
7:55 left in this contest and the Seahawks have a three-point lead. Brady has thrown for 263 yards and three TDs, but his two interceptions have let the Seahawks stay ahead.
WR Edelman with a few more acrobatics, taking the ball to the SEA 43 yard line.
NE hit with a 10-yard offensive pass interference call, turning a 2nd and 1 to a 2nd and 11. Five seconds later, a catch by TE Gronkowski gives the Pats the first down.
Another grab by Gronk brings NE to the 20. Vereen punches it a bit farther to the SEA 12.
Patriots inching towards the endzone. WR Brandon LaFell steps out of bounds at the 5 yard line.
NE WR Julian Edelman has his ninth catch of the day, this one a three-yard touchdown. The Patriots have climbed back from a 10-point deficit to go ahead 28-24 with 2:02 left in the game.
The comeback drive is on. SEA QB Russel Wilson starts off the drive with a 31 yard pass to RB Marshawn Lynch.
The Seahawks are at mid-field with 1:55 left. Wilson throws incomplete. 2nd and 10.
Wilson, with a million years to get the pass off, throws it deep but incomplete to WR Matthews near the endzone. Seahawks get the first down on the next play with a shorter pass to WR Lockette.
Ridiculous catch by SEA WR Jermaine Kearse puts the Seahawks at the NE 5 yard line. Kearse missed the grab, but had the ball fall onto him, securing it after bobbling it a few times. Unbelievable that it didn't hit the ground.
SEA QB Russell Wilson throws an interception on the 1 yard line. Incredible play call more than likely costs Seattle the championship.
The only chance Seattle had at getting the ball back was stopping Brady from getting out of the endzone. And the Seahawks get a penalty for jumping the gun. Game over.
But not before a brawl. Flags flying with 0:18 left. SEA Bruce Irvin is ejected from the game. The rest of the Seahawks are just dejected.
GAME OVER. NEW ENGLAND WINS 28 - 24
NE Malcolm Butler was the defender who gave up the catch that should have won Seattle the game. And then Butler made the interception on the goal line, winning the game for New England.
That's a wrap for the Super Bowl live blog and the 2014/2015 NFL season. The scoreless first quarter failed to foreshadow what was overall an exciting game of football. NE QB Tom Brady now has the record for most TDs thrown in the Super Bowl, the Patriots tied the record for largest Super Bowl comeback victory, and Seattle might have set a record for most terribly incorrect play call with that game-losing interception.