Super Bowl 53 is finally here and millions of football fans will be tuned in to see who comes out on top between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots.
It’s officially Super Bowl Sunday and very soon, football fans from all across the world will be glued to their screens as the Los Angeles Rams will take on the New England Patriots. The Patriots are no strangers to the Super Bowl having appeared in the big game nine times since 2001 and an incredible four times over the past five years.
They are the evil empire, the malevolent mainstays, and the accomplished authority. They’ve been here and done it all before and by no means should they be counted out at any point in the game.
The Rams, however, are the team that inadvertently started the Patriots dynasty by giving them their first Super Bowl victory 18 years ago. This time, they’re the young, upstart team trying to take down the dynasty that they once helped begin.
The stage is set for what should be an incredible game between two of the top teams in the league. Will the Rams be able to take down the Patriots dynasty and close a chapter on a book they opened nearly two decades ago? Or will the Patriots emerge as top dogs once again and prove their doubters wrong by certifying that they are here to stay?
There’s only one way to find out.
But there are still a variety of uncertainties surrounding the game that we’re here to answer. Any of your remaining questions will be answered momentarily as we run down some basic information regarding today’s game.
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