Jared Goff endured a miserable first appearance in the Super Bowl as the Los Angeles Rams were defeated by the New England Patriots in Atlanta. Goff entered the contest, leading the second-highest scoring offense in the NFL. However, the Rams were stymied by a brilliant defensive effort from the Patriots, being limited to only three points.
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.
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.
After falling to the Philadelphia Eagles last February, the New England Patriots are back in the Super Bowl again – this time to take on coaching wunderkind Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII. LIVE BLOG TIME!
Super Bowl LIII pits the Los Angeles Rams – trying to win the franchise’s second-ever Vince Lombardi Trophy – against the New England Patriots, who are attempting to win a record-tying sixth Super Bowl.
The JMRA Super Bowl Drinking Game is out and on the loose in time for Patriots and Rams on Sunday. Please party responsibly on Sunday…especially if you’re a Saints fans. It will be ok…the sun will come out tomorrow.
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton is obviously still in his feelings over the controversial NFC Championship game loss to the Los Angeles Rams nearly two weeks ago. Today, he had an opportunity to address reporters in New Orleans shortly before NFL commissioner Roger Goodell did the […]
When the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots go to halftime next Sunday during Super Bowl LIII, there will be some competition headed their way. For the first time since January 1999, the WWE announced during Sunday night’s Royal Rumble that it will attempt to counter the […]
Around mid-Wednesday, I reached my fill of the New Orleans Saints fanbase, players, and local politicians complaining about the putrid no-call on a clear pass interference play that essentially kept their beloved home team out of the Super Bowl.
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.