The New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks last night in a stunning finish at the Super Bowl.

It was a tense moment for Patriots fans at the Cask & Flagon sports bar in Kenmore Square. The Pats had the lead. But an incredible catch had put the Seahawks in position to score again with just seconds left on the clock. Then, Patriots safety Malcolm Butler intercepted the ball at the goal line, ending Seattle’s hopes for a second consecutive Super Bowl win.

Pats fans spilled into the chilly night air. Among them was Daniel Polanco.

“You know Seattle's defense is very strong, but you know what, we have a better offense, and we came back and we got the interception at the end, and that’s how we capitalize," Polanco said.

It was another strong showing from quarterback Tom Brady. Despite the fact he’s 37 years old, fans Bianca Rousseau and Mary Tanner don’t think he’s ready to retire.

“He’s in here for a while," Rousseau said. "He has been my quarterback since my third grade, and he owns my heart,” Tanner added.

It had been a decade since Brady and the Pats won a Super Bowl. And New England fan Charlie Allierie had this message for Seattle.

“You had it last year," he said. "No one really cares about football there. They’re all bandwagon fans, so, you know what? Go Pats.”

Other fans were a little more charitable towards the Seahawks, especially after a great game. But everybody seemed to agree the best team had won.