Feb. 6, 2005
The Patriots had a late 24-14 advantage in the Super Bowl XXXIX, but the Philadelphia Eagles scored with less than two minutes left in the game to cut the lead to three. With nine seconds left, Harrison intercepted quarterback Donovan McNabb's third down pass to seal the win and give the Patriots their third Super Bowl title in four seasons. Earlier in the game he intercepted a pass at the New England three yard line to stop a Philadelphia offensive drive.
Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin