In 2001, the New England Patriots were already playing against the Rams in the Super Bowl, and then the team of the coach Bill Belichik won. This was Tom Brady’s first win as a starting quarterback. At this time, 41-year-old Brady will lead his New England against the same Rems, who managed to move from then-St. Louis to today’s Los Angeles. It is interesting that both then and now the “sheep” play similar football. But how good are the chances of today’s “Patriots” versus “Rams”?
Many believe that the game will be approximately equal and the difference in the score will be only in one possession of the ball, and less than a touchdown. Apparently, the line for this match comes from the more experienced “patriots” against the less experienced “Rams”. What keeps the line at such a small distance from each other is the excellent defense of Los Angeles.
The game will be a very interesting confrontation between the two running backs from the student “Georgia Buldogs.” Todd Gurley just came to the NFL before, and Sonny Michel later. Super Bowl will be a kind of statement Michel about who is better in this couple.