New England Patriots Win Big Once More

Blake Ramey, Reporter

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Quarterback Tom Brady and the New England Patriots faced off against the fired-up Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII, the 53rd Super Bowl in National Football League history.

It was Tom Brady’s ninth Super Bowl appearance recording his sixth championship. 

These two quarterbacks faced off last Sunday in the Super Bowl; however, Tom Brady came out on top over Jared Goff.
via @patriotsvsRamssu on Twitter

Compared to the New England Patriots, the Los Angeles Rams did not have much experience in the Super Bowl.

However, this was not the first time these two teams met in the Super Bowl.

The Patriots met the Rams in the Super Bowl for the 2001 season, and young Tom Brady defeated the Rams 20-17.

This game was very controversial due to the fact the Patriots were caught allegedly spying on the Rams in their preparation for the Super Bowl, which became known as Spygate.

In fact, when the Rams were last in the big game, they were based out of St. Louis, Missouri and then in 2017 there was a relocation to Los Angeles, California.

The Rams lost their chance at redemption when they were defeated this past Sunday.

Tom Brady was interviewed by Jim Nantz while holding his daughter after the big win.
via @DarrenRovell on Twitter

The Patriots defeated the Rams with a final score of 13-3, keeping the Rams out of the endzone.

Young Rams quarterback Jared Goff hoped to retrieve his first ring with a big win, but he suffered a tough loss in his third season.

Same goes for the youngest coach in NFL history, Sean McVay.

McVay is 33 years old and would have been the youngest coach in NFL history to win a championship.

Everyone questioned the Patriots dynasty for what it was and questioned if it was still strong and if “elderly” Tom Brady could still apply his skills at a high level.

Tom Brady proved everyone wrong this Sunday and silenced the haters alongside his young core and longtime partner in crime- head coach Bill Belichick.

On Tuesday afternoon, the Patriots held a parade for the sixth time in their franchise history and celebrated with Boston fans.

With the Patriots still at a high level, how will teams respond next season?  

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