Super Bowl LIII Predictions


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My Prediction

Rams 28, Patriots 21

Super Bowl MVP: Todd Gurley


Super Bowl LIII

Super Bowl LIII (53) will be a rematch of Super Bowl XXXVI,where the New England Patriots will face the Los Angeles Rams. In the 2002 Super Bowl. the Patriots won 20-17 after kicker Adam Vinatieri sunk a game winning field goal. If Brady and the Patriots win this Super Bowl, they will tie the Pittsburgh Steelers for most Super Bowl wins. If the Rams come out to win, this will be their second ever Super Bowl win. The Patriots will be lead by their star quarterback Tom Brady to their third consecutive Super Bowl. This should be a great Super Bowl to watch and should have some great plays from these two teams.


Super Bowl Moments

Some of NFL’s greatest moments have happened during the Super Bowl. The big game is remembered for many great plays, like when the Tennessee Titans’ former Wide Receiver Kevin Dyson made a huge stretch, just one yard short, losing the game to the Rams in Super Bowl XXXIV. Also, the former Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler made a game-clinching interception in Super Bowl XLIX. You can’t forget the Santonio Holmes’ tippytoe catch in the end zone for the Steelers’ game winner in Super Bowl XLIII. What we do know is that any time the Patriots are involved, it is sure to be a heck of a Super Bowl.

New England Patriots

Known as the most hated teams in America, the New England Patriots will be entering their eleventh Super Bowl. The reason behind being so hated?heating. The Patriots have been caught cheating on several occasions, whether it was deflating balls to recording the other team’s play calls, it has been clear that the New England Patriots have cheated on various occasions. It’s obvious that the Brady and Belichick Era has been the reason for the team’s success, and they will be sure to put up a show in this game.

Los Angeles Rams

The once-called St. Louis Rams moved to Los Angeles over the summer, and oh, how things have changed! The Rams off-season helped them greatly with bringing in some outstanding defensive help in Marcus Peters, Aqib Talib, Sam Shields, and Ndamukong Suh. Other key contributors include the 2016 First Pick, quarterback, Jared Goff. Todd Gurley, as well, has had an outstanding season, being considered the top running back in the NFL. Aaron Donald,who will most likely be NFL Defensive MVP, has also been a huge asset to their team. This fresh young team should have a good chance beating the Patriots.

Patriots Starters:


Quarterback: Tom Brady

Halfbacks: Sony Michel, Rex Burkhead, James White

Wide Receivers: Chris Hogan, Phillip Dorsett, Julian Edelman, Cordarrelle Patterson

Tight End: Rob Gronkowski

Right Tackle: Marcus Cannon

Right Guard: Shaquille Mason

Center: David Andrews

Left Guard: Joe Thuney

Left Tackle: Trent Brown


Left Defensive End: Trey Flowers

Defensive Tackles: Lawrence Guy and Malcolm Brown

Right Defensive End: Deatrich Wise Jr.

Linebackers: Dont’a Hightower, Elandon Roberts, Kyle Van Noy, Duron Harmon

Defensive Backs: Jason McCourty, Patrick Chung, Devin McCourty, Stephon Gilmore

Special Teams:

Punter: Ryan Allen

Kicker: Stephen Gostkowski

Punt Returner: Julian Edelman

Kick Returner: Cordarrelle Patterson

Long Snapper: Joe Cardona

Rams Starters:


Quarterback: Jared Goff

Halfbacks: Todd Gurley, CJ Anderson, Justin Davis

Wide Receivers: Brandin Cooks, Robert Woods, KhaDarel Hodge, Josh Reynolds

Tight End: Tyler Higbee

Right Tackle: Rob Havenstein

Right Guard: Austin Blythe

Center: John Sullivan

Left Guard: Rodger Saffold

Left Tackle: Andrew Whitworth


Left Defensive End: Michael Brockers

Defensive Tackles: Ndamukong Suh and Aaron Donald

Right Defensive End: Dante Fowler Jr.

Linebackers: Mark Barron, Cory Littleton, Samson Ebukam, Matt Longacre

Defensive Backs: Marcus Peters, Sam Shields, Aqib Talib, John Johnson, Lamarcus Joyner

Special Teams:

Punter: Johnny Hekker

Kicker: Greg Zuerlein

Punt Returner: Jojo Natson

Kick Returner: Jojo Natson

Super Bowl History:

Super Bowl I (Jan. 15, 1967): Packers 35, Chiefs 10

Super Bowl II (Jan. 14, 1968): Packers 33, Raiders 14

Super Bowl III (Jan. 12, 1969): Jets 16, Colts 7

Super Bowl IV (Jan. 11, 1970): Chiefs 23, Vikings 7

Super Bowl V (Jan. 17, 1971): Colts 16, Cowboys 13

Super Bowl VI (Jan. 16, 1972): Cowboys 24, Dolphins 3

Super Bowl VII (Jan. 14, 1973): Dolphins 14, Redskins 7

Super Bowl VIII (Jan. 13, 1974): Dolphins 24, Vikings 7

Super Bowl IX (Jan. 12: 1975): Steelers 16, Vikings 6

Super Bowl X (Jan. 18, 1976): Steelers 21, Cowboys 17

Super Bowl XI (Jan. 9, 1977): Raiders 32, Vikings 14

Super Bowl XII (Jan. 15, 1978): Cowboys 27, Broncos 10

Super Bowl XIII (Jan. 21, 1979): Steelers 35, Cowboys 31

Super Bowl XIV (Jan. 20, 1980: Steelers 31, Rams 19

Super Bowl XV (Jan. 25, 1981): Raiders 27, Eagles 10

Super Bowl XVI (Jan. 24, 1982): 49ers 26, Bengals 21

Super Bowl XVII (Jan. 30 1983): Redskins 27, Dolphins 17

Super Bowl XVIII (Jan. 22, 1984): Raiders 38, Redskins 9

Super Bowl XIX (Jan. 20, 1985): 49ers 38, Dolphins 16

Super Bowl XX (Jan. 26, 1986): Bears 46, Patriots 10

Super Bowl XXI (Jan. 25, 1987): Giants 39, Broncos 20

​Super Bowl XXII (Jan. 31, 1988): Redskins 42, Broncos 10

Super Bowl XXIII (Jan. 22, 1989): 49ers 20, Bengals 16

Super Bowl XXIV (Jan. 28, 1990): 49ers 55, Broncos 10

Super Bowl XXV (Jan. 27, 1991): Giants 20, Bills 19

Super Bowl XXVI (Jan. 26, 1992): Redskins 37, Bills 24

Super Bowl XXVII (Jan. 31, 1993): Cowboys 52, Bills 17

Super Bowl XXVIII (Jan. 30, 1994): Cowboys 30, Bills 13

Super Bowl XXIX (Jan. 29, 1995): 49ers 49, Chargers 26

Super Bowl XXX (Jan. 28, 1996): Cowboys 27, Steelers 17

Super Bowl XXXI (Jan. 26, 1997): Packers 35, Patriots 21

Super Bowl XXXII (Jan. 25, 1998): Broncos 31, Packers 24

Super Bowl XXXIII (Jan. 29, 1999): Broncos 34, Falcons 19

Super Bowl XXXIV (Jan. 30, 2000): Rams 23, Titans 16

Super Bowl XXXV (Jan. 29, 2001): Ravens 34, Giants 7

Super Bowl XXXVI (Feb. 3, 2002): Patriots 20, Rams 17

Super Bowl XXXVII (Jan. 26, 2003): Buccaneers 48, Raiders 21

Super Bowl XXXVIII (Feb. 1, 2004): Patriots 32, Panthers 29

Super Bowl XXXIX (Feb. 6, 2005): Patriots 24, Eagles 21

Super Bowl XL (Feb. 5, 2006): Steelers 21, Seahawks 10

Super Bowl XLI (Feb. 4, 2007): Colts 29, Bears 17

Super Bowl XLII (Feb. 3, 2008): Giants 17, Patriots 14

Super Bowl XLIII (Feb. 1, 2009): Steelers 27, Cardinals 23

Super Bowl XLIV (Feb. 7, 2010): Saints 31, Colts 17

Super Bowl XLV (Feb. 6, 2011): Packers 31, Steelers 25

Super Bowl XLVI (Feb. 5, 2012): Giants 21, Patriots 17

Super Bowl XLVII (Feb. 3, 2013): Ravens 34, 49ers 31

Super Bowl XLVIII (Feb. 2, 2014): Seahawks 43, Broncos 8

Super Bowl XLIX (Feb. 1, 2015): Patriots 28, Seahawks 24

Super Bowl 50 (Feb. 7, 2016): Broncos 24, Panthers 10

Super Bowl LI (Feb. 5, 2017): Patriots 34, Falcons 28

Super Bowl LII (Feb. 4 2018): Eagles 41, Patriots 33

(Via Sports Illustrated)