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  • New England Patriots running back SONY MICHEL scores the winning touchdown on a 2 yard run in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LIII. The Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history.

    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 running back, SONY MICHEL, scores the winning touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LIII as his teammates DAVID ANDREWS(60) and JAMES DEVELIN(46) look on. The Patriots defeated the Ram 13-3 in the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history.

    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 running back Sony Michel is congratulated by David Andrews (60) and his other teammates after scoring the winning touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII. The Patriots defeated the Rams 13-3 in the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history.

    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 all-pro corner back Stephon Gilmore makes the defensive play of the game by intercepting a Jared Goff pass on the two yard line.
    With approximately 4 minutes left in the game and the Los Angeles Rams threatening to tie the game. The Patriots went on to win 13-3 in the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history.

    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 13-3 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 quarterback Tom Brady enters Mercedes Benz Stadium all pumped up as his New England Patriots face the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII. BRADY went on to lead his team to a 13-3 victory and earn his sixth Super Bowl title, surpassing Charles Haley as the only player with more than 5 super bowl rings.

    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 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 tight end ROB GRONKOWSI catches a pass from quarterback Tom Brady in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LIII as Los Angeles Rams line backer, SAMSON EBUKAM, attempts to defend. The Patriots went on to win 13-3. The Patriots went on to win 13-3 in the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history.

    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.

  • The youngest Super Bowl head coach SEAN McVAY (34) of the Los Angeles Rams shakes hands with the oldest Super Bowl head Coach BILL BELICHICK(66) of the New England Patriots prior to Super Bowl LIII.

    The Patriots went on to win 13-3 in the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history.

    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 gThe youngest Super Bowl head coach Sean McVay(34) of the Los Angeles Rams shakes hands with the oldest Super Bowl head Coach Bill Belichick(66) of the New England Patriots prior to Super Bowl LIII.

    The Patriots went on to win 13-3 in the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history.

    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.

    ained 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.

  • Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff is sacked by the ferocious New England defense led by Kyle VanNoy(53) and Adrian Clayborn(94) in the third quarter of Super Bowl LIII. New England held the Rams the lowest score in Super Bowl history.

    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.

  • Tom Brady throwing a pass at Super Bowl LIII. The Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history.

    Check out these selected images from SUPER BOWL LIII, 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.

  • Bill Belichick at Super Bowl LIII. The Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history.

    Check out these selected images from SUPER BOWL LIII, 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.

  • Tom Brady throwing a pass at Super Bowl LIII. The Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history.

    Check out these selected images from SUPER BOWL LIII, 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.

  • Game clinching Field Goal by Stephen Gostkowski.

    Check out these selected images from SUPER BOWL LIII, 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; the Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl

    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.

  • Super Bowl LI MVP Tom Brady throws out the first ceremonial pitch at the Boston Red Sox home opener at Fenway Park. The Red Sox defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3.

    Included in this grouping are 7 selected images from today’s Boston Red Sox home opener where the Red Sox defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3.

    The hitting star was rookie left fielder, ANDREW BENINTENDI, who hit a three run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning. The two pitching stars were Boston Red Sox starter, and last year’s Cy Young award winner, RICK PORCELLO, who pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 6 hits and three runs; and Red Sox closer CRAIG KIMBREL, who pitched the 9th inning without giving up a run.

  • New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady, points the way in the third quarter of Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons. Brady led the Patriots to the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history overcoming a 28-3 deficit in the third quarter and winning 34-28 in overtime.

    In one of the most exciting Super Bowl games in history, the New England Patriots overcame a 28-3 deficit in the third quarter and defeated the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 In overtime.  Tom Brady who struggled for the first 3 quarters of the game demonstrated why he is the greatest quarterback in NFL history.

    In the first overtime game In Super Bowl history, Brady took his team downfield with a combination of running plays and passes culminating in a pitch-out to running back James White who dived into the end zone scoring the winning touchdown.

    Despite the efforts of Matt Ryan and Julio Jones, the patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons in the first drive of overtime.

    BRADY was named the MVP and now is the only NFL quarterback to win 5 Super Bowl rings.

  • New England Patriots running back, James White, scores the winning touchdown in Super Bowl LI on a pitch out from MVP quarterback Tom Brady, as Atlanta Falcons JALEN COLLINS and Keanu Neal attempt to defend.

    In one of the most exciting Super Bowl games in history, the New England Patriots overcame a 28-3 deficit in the third quarter and defeated the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 In overtime.  Tom Brady who struggled for the first 3 quarters of the game demonstrated why he is the greatest quarterback in NFL history. In the first overtime game In Super Bowl history, Brady took his team downfield with a combination of running plays and passes culminating in a pitch-out to running back James White who dived into the end zone scoring the winning touchdown. Despite the efforts of Matt Ryan and Julio Jones, the patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons in the first drive of overtime.

    BRADY was named the MVP and now is the only NFL quarterback to win 5 Super Bowl rings.

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