A sixth win for Brady would give him more Super Bowl wins than any other player in history. AFP / Timothy A. CLARY
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Tom Brady will attempt to write another chapter of NFL history Sunday as the New England Patriots chase a record-equaling sixth Super Bowl crown against a Philadelphia Eagles team desperate for their first ever win. One year after masterminding the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history, when the Patriots overturned a 28-3 third-quarter deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons, Brady is back on the stage he has come to dominate.A sixth win for Brady would give him more Super Bowl wins than any other player in history.Brady would also become the oldest quarterback to win the Super Bowl, surpassing his great rival Peyton Manning, who was 39 when he led the Denver Broncos to victory over the Carolina Panthers two years ago.Lying in wait for Brady and Belichick are an Eagles team who powered into the Super Bowl with a 38-7 rout of the Minnesota Vikings that no one saw coming.
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