Patriots 13 Rams 3 (Super Bowl LIII)

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    Patriots 13 Rams 3 (Super Bowl LIII)

    Final. Patriots Defense was amazing in this game.
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    Jared Goff was just overmatched by Darth Hoodie all night long. Fitting, the Saints should have been there anyway.

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    Congrats to the Pats. The Brady/Belichick combo is the best the NFL has ever and will ever see.

    Welcome to the #GotSix club.

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    Boom!

    Jules is a stud. I love watching that dude.

    Sony is going to be a great RB.

    If that was Gronks last game, and I have a feeling it was, what a hell of a way to go out.

    Defense was flat out unbelievable.

    Gost was money when it mattered.

    Worst game I’ve ever seen from Brady. Still managed to show out when it mattered most. GOAT.

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    To be fair, Rams D played their butts off.

    Goff/Mcvay were just a step behind all night.

    Patriots still the best coached team in the history of the game.

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    If Gurley isn’t hurt, McVay will be raked over the coals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    If Gurley isn’t hurt, McVay will be raked over the coals.
    There’s zero chance Gurley wasn’t banged up. There just can’t be.

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    Its interesting that was the Patriots largest margin of victory in the Superbowl.

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    Best part of the game by far is my 2 year old growling “Gronk” whenever he made a catch.

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    I don’t know if I’ve ever watched a lower scoring game with seeming like one team controlled so much without doing much.

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    It took another 4th quarter drive back by Brady.

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    Biggest call of the game was the holding call on the Rams Center. TG had just ran for 13 yards and what would have been a first down near midfield, then boom it's 1st and 20 back inside to 30. The Rams had back to back first downs and looked decent right then. They just could not overcome that penalty at a key point in the game.

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    Lots of bad officiating for both sides. The Rams got that 18 yard pass where the receiver clearly didn’t get that second foot down. Then the phantom holding call on the Rams guard. Officiating in no way decided the game, but it also wasn’t good officiating. No reason to keep talking about the officials game after game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    Lots of bad officiating for both sides. The Rams got that 18 yard pass where the receiver clearly didn’t get that second foot down. Then the phantom holding call on the Rams guard. Officiating in no way decided the game, but it also wasn’t good officiating. No reason to keep talking about the officials game after game.
    I wasn't complaining about the call, just saying that may have been the biggest call of the game. The Rams couldn't afford to get behind the sticks and that hold killed a first down run and put them way behind the sticks.

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    Last year the Patriots set the Super Bowl record for most points in a loss. This year they set the Super Bowl record for fewest points by the winners.

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