Boston mayor announces Patriots victory parade will be Tuesday

Another New England Patriots title means another victory parade in the streets of Boston.

Shortly after the Patriots' historic 34-28 overtime win in Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced on Twitter when the team's victory parade would take place.

The Patriots won their fifth Super Bowl title and Tom Brady was named Super Bowl MVP after the team's spectacular comeback from a 25-point deficit in the second half against the Falcons -- the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history.

In the wake of everything that's happened since the Patriots' last Super Bowl win two years ago, Tuesday's victory parade probably will be a very memorable event for New England fans and the City of Boston.

Don't miss: Live coverage of the Patriots' Super Bowl LI victory parade starts at 10 a.m. ET Tuesday on NFL Network.

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