BOSTON (CBS) — YouTube announced Friday that in the very near future, users will be able to watch some of the NFL’s most classic games in their entirety.

Each of the 32 teams will have three games featured, a selection process that should prove to be fairly difficult for some teams. That includes the New England Patriots, who have countless memorable games in the last 15 years alone.

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So which three Patriots games should be featured? Here are three of the most memorable games in New England history, and let us know what you think in the comments section.

The Tuck Rule Game

It’s the game that started it all for the Tom Brady and the Patriots. As controversial as it was (and remains), there likely wouldn’t be the New England dynasty of three titles in four years if Brady’s fourth quarter fumble wasn’t overturned after review.

But controversy aside, it was one heck of a football game between the Pats and Raiders. There were huge plays at the end from Troy Brown, David Patten, Jermaine Wiggins and, of course, Adam Vinatieri, who booted a pair of difficult field goals in blizzard-like conditions. The Patriots won 16-13 in overtime and went on to win their first Super Bowl in franchise history a few weeks later.

Super Bowl XXXVI

Speaking of that first Super Bowl, it will forever be remembered as one of the most exciting games in the team’s history. The Patriots were heavy underdogs against the St. Louis Rams, 14 point favorites entering the game and termed “The Greatest Show On Turf.” But Bill Belichick’s defense bullied Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk for much of the contest, and held an offense that averaged 31 points throughout the season to just 17 points.

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St. Louis tied the game on a Warner to Ricky Proehl touchdown with 1:30 left, but rather than play for overtime, Brady and Belichick decided to drive down the field and give Vinatieri a chance to win it. Nine plays and 53 yards later, with just a few ticks on the clock, Vinatieri booted a 48-yard field goal to give the Patriots a 20-17 victory.

The Patriots took the field as a team, the first team to do so, and walked off as champions.

Super Bowl XLIX

There’s really only one play everyone wants to see over, and over, and over again.

But the 59 minutes leading up to Butler’s pick were pretty entertaining too. The Patriots trailed 24-10 entering the fourth quarter, but Brady performed some on-field surgery and picked apart the NFL’s best defense. He completed 13 of 15 passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns in the final 15 minutes, including a three-yard score to Julian Edelman with 2:02 left to put New England on top 28-24.

But things looked grim after the Seahawks drove down the field and were threatening to hand New England another devastating Super Bowl loss, set up at the 1-yard line with 26 seconds left. That was until undrafted Malcolm Butler stepped in front of Russell Wilson’s pass intended for Ricardo Lockett and sealed New England’s fourth Super Bowl title.

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