Tom Brady, New England QB

It didn’t really seem like he had a huge performance, but the Super Bowl MVP overcame five sacks to throw for 466 yards.

James White, New England RB

Recorded three TDs, including the first overtime score in Super Bowl history, and also had a two-point conversion.

Julian Edelman, New England WR

His stunning fourth-quarter catch, where he kept a deflected ball off the turf, helped set up the tying score.