15. Rodney Harrison game-sealing interception - Super Bowl 39
Patriots fans weren't yet terrified to hold a late Super Bowl lead when Rodney Harrison grabbed an overthrow by Donovan McNabb to close out the Pats' third title in four seasons. It was just nice not having it all come down to an Adam Vinatieri kick for the third-straight time and made for an iconic moment as New England cemented their place as the newest NFL dynasty.
14. Julian Edelman's 3rd-and-14 conversion - Super Bowl 49
Down by 10 in the fourth quarter, the Patriots were running out of time as they faced a third-and-14 from their own 28 with just under 11 minutes in the game left. A punt and Seattle score would've put the game out of reach. Instead, Julian Edelman came through with one of the toughest catches in Super Bowl history, absorbing a huge hit from the hardest hitting safety in the league and still holding on to the ball. The Pats would score six plays later and close within three points.
13. Brady-to-Branch for 17 yards to Carolina 23 with 9 seconds left - Super Bowl 38
After being a defensive struggle early on, Super Bowl 38 turned into a back-and-forth shootout and one of the most unexpectedly exciting games in Super Bowl history. Brady and the offense got the ball back with the game tied and only 1:08 remaining. Troy Brown would pick up 26 yards on two catches on the ensuing drive and it was Deion Branch's tough 17-yard catch on third down that took the Patriots from the Carolina 40-yard-line to their 23-yard-line, setting up a 41-yard championship-winning field goal kick for Adam Vinatieri.
12. Brady-to-Brown for 23 yards to Rams 36 - Super Bowl 36
With John Madden and everyone else expecting the Patriots to play it safe in a tie game with just 1:21 left in the game, the Patriots went out and, in Drew Bledsoe's words, slung it. J.R. Redmond had 24 yards on three different catches, but it was Troy Brown's critical 23-yard catch-and-run, including getting out of bounds, that got the Pats into Rams territory and set up Adam Vinatieri's game-winning field goal.
11. Stephon Gilmore interception - Super Bowl 53
The Patriots had just taken a 10-3 lead late in Super Bowl 53 when the Rams put together their best drive of the game, getting all the way down to New England's 27-yard-line. They were looking to tie the game as Jared Goff took a shot downfield while under pressure. The ball was underthrown and Stephon Gilmore made a perfect read, intercepting the ball and setting up the final Patriots scoring drive of the game that would put their sixth championship on ice.