NAPLES, Fla. -- By halftime of Sunday night's Super Bowl, nearly everybody was chalking the game up as a victory for the Falcons. That apparently included the Boston Globe, which was apparently forced by deadlines to draft an early edition that seemed to indicate a Patriots loss.
Some subscribers in Florida were delivered their early editions Monday morning featuring the headline: "Super Bowl LI - A Bitter End".
ESPN reporter Field Yates tweeted this image of a newspaper that was delivered in Naples:
Family friends in Naples, FL had this delivered to their house this morning. The perils of early edition newspapers. pic.twitter.com/iSbchhrqSx
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 6, 2017
As just about everybody now know, the Patriots went on to mount the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history, winning the game in overtime.
The Boston Globe later tweeted out their official, much more celebratory final version.
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) February 6, 2017