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Fake News? Boston Globe Early Edition Assumed Patriots Loss

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Four-time game MVP Tom Brady led a 25-point rally, the largest in Super Bowl history. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

By    |   Monday, 06 Feb 2017 05:00 PM

One Boston newspaper assumed, like most everyone else watching Sunday night's Super Bowl, the New England Patriots were on track to lose to the Atlanta Falcons.

And because of an early deadline for The Boston Globe's first edition, the paper published a front page that assumed the Patriots had come up short in their bid to win a fourth Super Bowl title.

South Florida Sun Sentinel reporter Tim Healey shared this on Twitter:

The Patriots trailed the Falcons 21-3 at halftime and were down 28-9 after three quarters, but quarterback Tom Brady led the team to a massive comeback that culminated with the Patriots winning in overtime 34-28.

The Globe ran a different front page for its final edition, whose deadline was several hours after the game ended:

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One Boston newspaper assumed, like most everyone else watching Sunday night's Super Bowl, the New England Patriots were on track to lose to the Atlanta Falcons.
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