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For an NFL-record 11th time in his career, Brady engineered a fourth-quarterback comeback in the playoffs, and like the 10 that came before, this was pure Brady magic. This time around Brady found himself in a nearly impossible situation: The Patriots were down two scores (20-10), he didn't have Rob Gronkowski and he was going up against the No. 1 pass defense in the NFL.
None of that seemed to faze Brady, though.
The Patriots quarterback brought his team back in the game with an 85-yard drive that cut the Jaguars' lead to 20-17. One of the biggest plays on the drive came on first-and-10 when Brady connected with Phillip Dorsett for 31 yards on a flea flicker.
Three plays later, the Patriots punched the ball into the end zone when Brady found Danny Amendola for a 9-yard touchdown.
After trading punts with Jaguars, the Patriots got the ball back, and once again, Brady went to work. With the Patriots trailing 20-17 and sitting at the Jaguars' 30-yard line after an impressive punt return from Amendola, Brady worked his magic again.
With only 4:58 left to play, Brady basically willed the Patriots to the Super Bowl by accounting for 29 of the New England's 30 yards on their game-winning drive. Not only did he go 3 for 3 for 27 yards, but he also called his own number on a quarterback sneak that went for two yards and set up the Patriots with a first down at Jacksonville's 5-yard line.
Brady then capped the drive with one of the best 5-yard touchdown passes that you'll ever see.
This story originally appeared on CBSSports.com, titled: WATCH: Tom Brady punches Patriots' ticket to Super Bowl with magical fourth quarter