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Superbowl LIII Review

The Patriots win another Superbowl, the sixth for superstar quarterback, Tom Brady.

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Superbowl LIII Review

Aubrie Stevens and her dog wearing a hat of their favorite team, the New England Patriots

Aubrie Stevens and her dog wearing a hat of their favorite team, the New England Patriots

Aubrie Stevens

Aubrie Stevens and her dog wearing a hat of their favorite team, the New England Patriots

Aubrie Stevens

Aubrie Stevens

Aubrie Stevens and her dog wearing a hat of their favorite team, the New England Patriots

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The New England Patriots are 6x Superbowl champions after defeating the LA Rams 13-3. Many fans are criticizing the low-scoring game as the score remained 3-3 until the 4th quarter. Viewers were expecting two elite quarterbacks to showcase two diverse offenses, however, viewers saw a great defensive game. In the lowest scoring game ever in Superbowl history, there was no clear player who deserved the Most-Valuable-Player award. Patriots WR, Julian Edelman, finished with a game-high 10 catches for 141 yards earning the title of MVP.

The logo of the New England Patriots is an icon known across the United States.

The Rams added up only 57 yards in the first half and 260 yards throughout the whole game. The Rams drive chart looked very rough with: punt, punt, punt, punt, punt, punt, punt, punt, field goal, punt, interception, missed field goal.  The game was hardly one to remember for the Patriots offense, who added 407 yards and just one touchdown.

Though the Patriots are not the most talented team in the NFL, they have one of the greatest quarterbacks and coaches of all time. They play with grit, fighting for every single yard. Bill Belicheck has been the coach of the New England Patriots since 2000.

A New England Patriots lanyard showing the 5x Superbowl champion is in need of an update.

Over the last three decades, Coach Belicheck has won over 260 regular season games and a record breaking 31 post season games. He devised an intricate strategy to counter the Rams offense. Though normally playing man to man defense, Belicheck decided to play most of the game in a zone defense catching the Rams offense unprepared.  By far the winningest coach in Patriots history, his 225 franchise wins are more than triple those of runner-up Mike Holovak. Belicheck has also compiled 9 Superbowl appearances with 6 titles won, with the help of Tom Brady.  He has led the Patriots to fifteen division titles, including five consecutive titles from 2003 to 2007 and ten consecutive titles from 2009 to 2018.

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Zach Clafin and his friends enjoy buffalo wings while supporting their favorite team

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