Author: The Boston Globe
Number Of Pages: 144
Publisher: Triumph Books
Release Date: 2015-03-09
Victory is sweet, and it is made even sweeter when you have been counted out and called out by the naysayers and the haters. It had been a decade — twice as long as most NFL careers last — since the New England Patriots last won a Super Bowl. If time was not on their side, they countered it with the most successful coach/quarterback duo in NFL history: Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, who captured their fourth Super Bowl, and did so fittingly in Glendale, Ariz., the place where their dreams of a 19-0 season came undone six years ago.
This ultimate comeback story is recounted in UNDENIABLE, produced by the Boston Globe, which has chronicled the team’s fortunes for New England sports fans since the team’s inception, and never more thoroughly than in 2014. Featuring exclusive photographs from the championship celebration in Boston, this limited edition, 144-page, hardcover book captures the Patriots’ indomitable march to their fourth Super Bowl triumph, while also offering perspective on their seven previous visits to football’s ultimate spectacle.
The 2014 Patriots rallied from a humiliating loss in Week 4 — which pundits gleefully pointed to as the first sign of their decline — to reel off seven straight victories and establish themselves once again as the AFC’s top team and the league’s model of consistency. As UNDENIABLE painstakingly describes it, their road to Title No. 4 was marked by controversy and seeming chaos, but the Patriots cut through the distractions to do their job, again, better than anyone else.