About Super Bowl LIII (53)
The Los Angeles Rams face off against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta on February 3rd, 2019. For the second consecutive year, the Super Bowl will be a rematch, this time of Super Bowl XXXVI (36), however, they were the St. Louis Rams at the time. To arrive in Atlanta, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the New Orleans Saints in dramatic and controversial fashion with a last-minute 48-yard field goal from Greg Zuerlein sending the game into overtime. Preceding the game-tying field goal was a pass interference call that was not called by the referees which would have essentially ended the game and sent the Saints to Atlanta. However, the no-call forced New Orleans to kick a field goal and gave the Rams plenty of time to drive down and force overtime. And in OT, the Rams defense, although shaky throughout the entire regular season, took control by forcing an interception of Drew Brees which led to another Zuerlein field goal, this time to win the game.
Their opponent, the New England Patriots also needed overtime in a shootout against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in the AFC title game. The Patriots started the game off strong with Bill Belichick coming in prepared yet again looking for his 9th AFC Championship win. In the first half, they held the Chiefs unstoppable offense to only 32 yards. With the Patriots leading 14-0 going into the half it looked all too familiar. In the second half, the Chiefs adjusted accordingly and showed what their offense was all about this past season with a quick 4 play 74-yard TD drive that lasted only 2:04 minutes. By the 4th quarter, it looked as if the tides would turn when Damien Williams scored a 2-yard TD run to put the Chiefs up 28-24. However, the Patriots stormed back and were able to stay composed. After a grueling and exciting 60 minutes of football, the game was tied up 31-31 and was sent into overtime. The Patriots won the coin toss and surgically moved down the field on a 13 play 75-yard TD drive to send the Patriots to Super Bowl LIII.
Now, Super Bowl LIII will matchup the NFL's establishment against the NFL's newcomers. The New England Patriots are led by Bill Belichick and Tom Brady who are in the Super Bowl for the 9th time and looking to bounce back from last year’s Super Bowl loss to win their 6th title together. On the other side of the ball, you have the LA Rams who took the league by storm and are led by Sean McVay, a 33-year-old head coach who has sparked a revolution in the way NFL teams think about offense and team building. Accompanied by Jared Goff, the 24-year-old 1st overall pick from the 2016 draft this Super Bowl LIII will be a battle of old vs young and will define legacies for years to come.
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