Super Bowl LIII 2019, live on CBS Tv, the New England Patriots have a chance to come full circle. Patriots vs Rams Live stream The greatest dynasty the NFL has ever known began back in 2002 with a shocking upset win over the then-St. Louis Rams, who were considered heavy Super Bowl favorites.
The Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots are about to see who’ll hoist the Lombardi Trophy. Super Bowl 53 is finally here, and it kicks off today — with Sean McVay trying to become the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl, and Bill Belichick trying to become the oldest to do it — from Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium. To watch the year’s biggest game, we’ll have plenty of options. Cord-cutter? We also have plenty of connected devices available for you to fire up, too, as you’ll find below.
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It will be the the Patriots’ Tom Brady and Sony Michel on one side and the Rams’ Todd Gurley and Jared Goff on the other on offense, and there will be plenty of other storylines to follow, as well.
There were those who said the Patriots were done earlier this year, but they were very, very wrong. Brady is looking for his sixth Super Bowl title and fifth-career Super Bowl MVP. Like death and taxes, Belichick and Brady will come for us all. The Patriots beat the Chiefs on the road to get here, something that has proven extremely difficult to do all year, but experience wins out.
The Rams are trying to repeat what the Eagles did last season and upset the Pats as underdogs. With an immensely talented team that includes the likes of Brandin Cooks and Robert Woods on offense, not to mention Aaron Donald, Aqib Talib and John Johnson on defense, if nothing else the Rams are one of the NFL’s most exciting teams on paper.
How to Watch Super Bowl LIII
What: Los Angeles Rams vs. New England Patriots
When: Sunday Feb. 3, 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Where: Mercedes Benz Stadium, Atlanta
Announcers: Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (color commentator), Tracy Wolfson/Evan Washburn (sideline reporters)
National anthem: Gladys Knight
Halftime show: Maroon 5