NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hands Patriots quarterback Tom Brady the MVP award Twitter

Victory never tasted so sweet.

The New England Patriots ended a tumultous and dominating season with the biggest Super Bowl comeback ever. The team pulled off a 34-28 win in overtime Sunday with a dazzling performance by their captain and franchise, Tom Brady. Entering the fourth quarter, the Pats were down by 19 points.

At a press event on Monday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell handed Patriots quarterbackTom Brady the MVP trophy.

Here's another angle:

It was a sweet ending to a season that startedoff with a four-game suspension leveled against Brady following an investigation into the "Deflategate" scandal.

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Brady, the Patriots and fans have passionately denied allegations of cheating and fans were glad to see Goodell, who issued the suspension, hand their golden "GOAT" the MVP award early Monday morning.