While everyone continues to freak out over how porous Super Bowl LIII was on Sunday (it was not), an interesting news story may have slipped through the cracks in the aftermath of the New England Patriots claiming a sixth Super Bowl victory. Advertisements
One year after losing to the Philadelphia Eagles, the New England Patriots responded by utilizing their defense and timely throws by Tom Brady to win Super Bowl LIII on Sunday night over the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3.
According to EA Sports and its annual Super Bowl simulation, the Los Angeles Rams will be the next Super Bowl champions after toppling the New England Patriots, 30-27 in the popular video game’s annual Super Sunday simulation.
When the Los Angeles Rams face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII in two weeks, it pits one of the game’s legendary figures in Bill Belichick facing the NFL’s newest young gun, Sean McVay.
Stop me if you heard this before. The New England Patriots are headed back to the Super Bowl. New England overcame more Patrick Mahomes magic to win 37-31 in overtime of the AFC Championship on Sunday.
New England Patriots quarterback and current reigning NFL MVP Tom Brady is still leading the league off the field in one key area – jersey sales.
The New England Patriots will once again begin their drive for a record-tying sixth Super Bowl on January 13 when they host either the Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens, or Los Angeles Chargers in the divisional round. Oddly, a bizarre scheduling trend suggests that the Patriots are not going […]
The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers entered the 2018 season as a pair of Super Bowl contenders. Fast-forwarding to present day, both teams will attempt to wipe the metaphorical egg of its face after embarrassing losses to the Dolphins and Raiders a week earlier.
While it doesn’t quite have the sizzle of last season’s Patriots/Steelers roller coaster ride, plenty of drama will be present at Heinz Field for a matchup between a couple of AFC Super Bowl contenders (maybe, maybe not, kind of, sort of?).
Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady meet for the final time ever (probably) in what should be an outstanding Sunday Night Football outing. As we’ve arrived to the season’s halfway point, it’s time to bust out the first live blog of the season. Let’s get it!