Patriots win Superbowl LIII
On February 5, 2019, the New England Patriots won their sixth Super bowl.
After beating the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots advanced to their 11th Superbowl to face Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams.
The Patriots appeared in the last two Superbowls. In Superbowl LI, they beat the Atlanta Falcons in a comeback victory. They overcame a 25-point deficit and came out victorious with a 34-28 win.
In Superbowl LII, they lost to the Philadelphia Eagles. It was a high-scoring game, but the Patriots came up short with a 41-33 loss.
On Sunday, Feb. 5, 2019, it was Patriots versus Rams in Superbowl LIII. In the first quarter, both defenses were out playing each other's opposing offenses. On New England's first play from scrimmage, Tom Brady threw an interception, but the Rams couldn't capitalize on the turnover, and it led to 0 points. Neither team's offense could find a rhythm, and neither team's offense could put up any points. At the end of the first quarter, the score was 0-0.
In the second quarter, the Patriots found a little bit of momentum and put up three points on the scoreboard. On the other hand, the Rams offense still looked lost and couldn't finish drives, or they couldn't convert on third downs. At the end of the second quarter, the score was 3-0.
In the third quarter, the Rams came out of the locker room with a boost of energy. The Rams' offense looked brilliant as they went down the field and put up three points. The Patriots didn't have anything going for them offensively and didn't score any points that quarter. At the end of the third, the score was tied 3-3.
In the fourth quarter, Patriots' offense came alive. New England scored 10 points in the quarter, and their defense shut down the Rams' offense. Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore came up with up a crucial interception to help seal the game. The final score was 13-3; the Patriots won.
The Patriots now have six Superbowls, which ties the Steelers for the most Superbowl victories.