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The New England Patriots Win A record Tying Sixth Super Bowl, All In An 18 Year Span (2001-2018)

February 4, 2019

The New England Patriots won a record tying sixth Super Bowl (tying the Pittsburgh Steelers), winning a dull, but “largely in doubt” , lowest scoring ever Supe, (13-3) vs the L.A. Rams.

Julian Edelman, the Pats superb receiver gathered in 10 Tom Brady (a rare, not so hot big game for Mr. Brady, but alas a record 6th Supe title for him, breaking the record for most player Supe wins, he had shared with Charles Haley), passes for 141 yards and was named the game’s most valuable player.

The big offensive play, occurring with the game incredibly tied (3-3), mid 4th quarter, was a perfectly thrown Brady pass to Rob Gronkowski, which gained 29 yards to the L.A. 2.

From there, rookie Sony Michel, who scored the game’s first touchdown in all 3 Pats’ ‘offs games, scored the game’s only touchdown. Michel denied a college title in last year’s college title tilt, totaled 6 touchdowns in the ‘offs, playing a vital role in helping the Pats win their 6th crown.

After the Rams had driven to the N.E. 27 and just missed on the play before, Stephen Gilmore, a Pats defensive standout, intercepted a Jarrod Goff pass and led by Michel, #26 and his 26 yard run, and another of that distance, by AFC Title Game star, Rex Burkhead, N.E. drove to the Rams 24, with Stephen Gostkowski (2 of 3 on field goal attempts), accounting for the game’s final points, connecting a 41 yard field goal.


The great coach Bill Belichick, pictured above.

Bill moved ahead of legendary coaches Vince Lombardi and George Halas with his sixth NFL title won in a championship game.

George Halas and Earl “Curly” Lambeau are also credited with 6 NFL titles as head coaches, Halas winning 5 in title games and Lambeau doing so 3 times.

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