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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady completes a pass to his wide receiver Julian Edelman for a first down in the fourth quarter against the Los Angles Rams. EDELMAN had 10 receptions for 141 yards and was selected as the games MVP leading the Patriots to a 13-3 victory.
Check out these 9 selected images from tonight’s SUPER BOWL LIII game, won by the New England Patriots 13-3, the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history. The stars of the game were New England Patriots’ running back, SONEY MICHEL, who gained 94 yards and scored the winning touchdown;
All-pro cornerback, STEPHON GILLMORE, who made the defensive play of the game by intercepting a Jared Goff pass with approximately 4 minutes left in the game, ending a serious Rams threat to tie the game; TOM BRADY, who led the team to victory and became the only player in history with 6 Super Bowl titles; JULIAN EDELMAN, who had 10 receptions for 141 yards and was selected as the game’s MVP; and finally, and perhaps most importantly, the NEW ENGLAND defense, which allowed the fewest points in a Super Bowl(tied with Dallas in 1972 against Miami.
It wasn’t the offensive shootout that many were expecting, but the Patriots still managed to capture their sixth Super Bowl title with a 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams. The Patriots took the lead in the fourth quarter when Sony Michel scored from two yards for a 10-3 lead. Gostkowski added a second field goal with 1:12 remaining in the game to account for the 13-3 final, the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history. Entering Super Bowl LIII, the lowest-scoring title game in NFL history was Super Bowl VII. The Miami Dolphins defeated the Washington Redskins with a score of just 14–7.
It was a quiet first half, with the Patriots managing only a Stephen Gostkowski field goal to take a 3-0 lead over the Los Angeles Rams at the break. Greg Zeurlein booted a 53-yarder in the third quarter as the Rams pulled even, 3-3.
New England Patriots wide receiver, JULIAN EDELMAN, receives winning touchdown with 2:02 remaining in Super Bowl XLIX giving the Patriots a 28-24 victory. EDELMAN had 9 receptions and one touchdown.
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