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New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams

Super Bowl LIII, 2018-19 NFL season

Venue: Mercedez-Benz Arena, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams
Match time: Fulltime
13 SCORE 3
0 Q1 0
3 Q2 0
0 Q3 3
10 Q4 0

Scoring plays

Patriots Time Rams
FG - S.Gostkowski Q2 10'
Q3 2' FG - G.Zuerlein
TD - S.Michel Q4 7'
PAT - S.Gostkowski Q4 7'
FG - S.Gostkowski Q4 1'

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Match results:

The New England Patriots have done what they do so well and defeated the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta to win Superbowl LIII.

Final score
Patriots 13
Rams 3

Match preview:

The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams face off in Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 10:30am (AEDT).

For 17 years, the football world has either loved or hated the rather freakish success of Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the Patriots.

That relationship began in 2002, eerily, with a Patriot Superbowl win against the then St Louis based Rams.

Since that time, the Patriots have raised the Vince Lombardi Trophy on five occasions and tasted the bitterness of defeat three additional times.

This will be their fourth Super Bowl in five seasons and a chance to put one final exclamation mark on their legacy.


The Rams could not have lived a different existence over the period since that match-up 17 years ago. Lost, forlorn and, frankly, ordinary for much of that time, the club has been rejuvenated under the guidance of Sean McVay.

With a lone playoff game win, seven coaches and just one winning season over a 15-year stretch, the Rams pinched a young offensive coordinator from the Redskins at the end of the 2016 season and the rest has been a fairy tale.

Still only 33, McVay is the next generation of coaches in the NFL, blessed with innovation, new ideas and a take on the game that threatens to become the standard in the near future.

His Rams team will face the immovable presence of the Patriots and all the consistency, professionalism and poise they possess.

What the Rams bring is a hungry defence and the best of the best in the form of Aaron Donald. The Rams don’t lose when Donald finds the quarter-back and knocks him down, they are 9-0 when he completes two sacks in a game. The challenge for New England will be to protect Brady tirelessly and ensure their offence can click into gear.

The Patriots are averaging 39 points per game in the playoffs and if able to produce something similar, might make life a little too difficult for Jared Goff and the Rams offence to match that tally.

Goff does have a habit of holding the ball for a long time prior to making decisions and the Patriots will look to smother the Rams attacking options. A solid front line and timing are key to the success of Los Angeles in this match.

Pundits have predicted a tight affair as New England rarely blow teams away on the Super Bowl stage. Many see a match-winning drive in the fourth quarter that brings about a sixth Superbowl championship for the Pats and a disappointed Rams team that possessed everything but the calm and poise required to finish off the champs of the modern era.


While the Patriots are the undoubted kings, this season has been one of their least consistent. Brady isn’t too far from the end of the road and it could be the last opportunity for he and Belichick to share the Superbowl dais.

The McVay led Rams can shock the football world if they can get to Brady and I think they will. If the Pats do double team Donald, it opens up blitz options elsewhere that could decide the game.

New England Patriots 14 – Los Angeles Rams 32.

Game information

Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
When: Monday 4th February 2019, 10.30am (AEDT)
Betting: New England Patriots $1.73, Los Angeles Rams $2.17

Los Angeles Rams
Offensive starters
QB: Jared Goff
RB: Todd Gurley
WR: Brandin Cooks
WR: Robert Woods
WR: Josh Reynolds
TE: Tyler Higbee
LT: Andrew Whitworth
LG: Rodger Saffold
C: John Sullivan
RG: Austin Blythe
RT: Rob Havenstein

Defensive starters
LE: Michael Brockers
NT: Ndamukong Suh
RE: Aaron Donald
OLB: Samson Ebukam
ILB: Mark Barron
ILB: Cory Littleton
CB: Marcus Peters
CB: Aqib Talib
CB: Nickell Robey-Coleman
FS: Lamarcus Joyner
SS: John Johnson III

K: Greg Zuerlein
P: Johnny Hekker
KR: JoJo Natson
PR: JoJo Natson


New England Patriots
Offensive starters
QB: Tom Brady
RB: Sony Michel
WR: Julian Edelman
WR: Chris Hogan
WR: Phillip Dorsett
TE: Rob Gronkowski
LT: Trent Brown
LG: Joe Thuney
C: David Andrews
RG: Shaq Mason
RT: Marcus Cannon

Defensive starters
LE: Trey Flowers
DT: Lawrence Guy
DT: Malcom Brown
RE: Deatrich Wise Jr.
OLB: Kyle Van Noy
MLB: Elandon Roberts
OLB: Dont’a Hightower
CB: Jason McCourty
CB: Stephon Gilmore
FS: Devin McCourty
SS: Patrick Chung

K: Stephen Gostkowski
P: Ryan Allen
KR: Cordarrelle Patterson
PR: Julian Edelman

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