Patriots, Rams Set To Lock Horns In 2nd Super Bowl Showdown

Posted February 04, 2019

The Rams' past two trips to the big game were tight affairs in which they beat Tennessee and lost to New England.

Kickoff is slated for 6:30 p.m. ET.

Sure, for the second time in as many decades, the Super Bowl features a David versus Goliath clash between the Patriots and the Rams - but this time, the teams have swapped roles.

With a win on Sunday, the Patriots will tie the Steelers with the most Super Bowl wins in league history with six. One player telling me, 'If we show them some of the looks we've seen so far to some of these other quarterbacks, something [Goff] hasn't seen before, we believe he'll [expletive] in his trousers.

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The Rams, meanwhile, won it all back in 1999 but have not taken a title since.

The Patriots defense appears to be pretty confident when it comes to stopping Rams quarterback Jared Goff. Or will the Los Angeles Rams stop the Patriots dynasty from another win? Let us know in the poll below.

I'm making the Over the better bet than either side.

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