Patriots coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady — now with six Super Bowl titles — aren’t going anywhere, the NFL’s oldest rock-star head coach and quarterback saying in recent weeks they plan on staying around longer than their opponents care to ponder.
Champion New England Patriots, runner-up Los Angeles Rams and up-and-coming Kansas City Chiefs are among the favorites in Las Vegas to win Super Bowl LIV.
Julian Edelman, 10 years after coach Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots selected him in the seventh round of the NFL draft, is a three-time Super Bowl champion and the MVP of Super Bowl LIII.
The TV ratings for the Super Bowl were down this year, and disgruntled New Orleans Saints fans are part of the reason why. Instead of watching the New England Patriots beat the Rams 13-3 on Sunday, much of New Orleans took to the streets for a festive protest.
CBS reporter Tracy Wolfson was put into a somewhat dangerous spot after New England’s 13-3 victory over the Rams in Super Bowl LIII, trying to conduct a live interview with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in a crush of media.
With Goff completing only 19 of 38 passes for 229 yards, the Rams were defeated by the New England Patriots, 13-3, in Super Bowl LIII.
Julian Edelman had caught all 10 of his passes for 141 yards Sunday night, a performance that would earn the New England Patriots slot receiver Super Bowl most valuable player honors, when he turned to tight end Rob Gronkowski in the huddle with a fourth-quarter plea.
Let’s answer the most obvious question first. Todd Gurley was healthy. He said it. His teammates said it. Coach Sean McVay said it.
Tom Brady's performance wasn't what is usually expected out of him, but it was enough to get him his sixth Super Bowl ring.
Never mind that neither team scored a touchdown during the first three quarters of Super Bowl LIII. It was the scripted moments, and those pricey ads in between, that captured the confusion of our times, where a national demand for social change is met by equally fervent calls to pull culture back.
Tony Romo's endearing goofiness and self-deprecating nature is what ultimately gave viewers enough to digest during a Super Bowl that was otherwise as compelling as watching Andy Warhol eat a hamburger — a record-low offensive output for New England’s 13-3 victory over the Rams in Atlanta.
Live in-game updates from Sunday's Super Bowl LIII showdown between the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
New England's Rob Gronkowski had two catches for 47 yards, setting up a two-yard touchdown run by rookie Sony Michel that gave the Patriots a 10-3 lead with seven minutes remaining.
The Patriots have lost a key defensive player as veteran safety Patrick Chung left the game with an air cast on his right arm. He has been ruled out for the rest of the game with an arm injury.
The Rams win the Super Bowl wearing bright blue and yellow throwback uniforms with a play made by a quarterback wearing number 16, whose name sounds like “Jared.’’ This is not a prediction. This actually happened 41 years ago in the Warren Beatty movie "Heaven Can Wait."
There was a calm-before-the-storm feel Saturday for the Rams and New England Patriots, who took turns milling about Mercedes-Benz Stadium taking photos.
New England and ageless quarterback Tom Brady are in another Super Bowl, while Los Angeles returns for the first time in 17 seasons.
The Rams' Super Bowl berth should be a golden opportunity for merch vendors and business tie-ins, but L.A. doesn't seem all that excited.
Former USC teammates Nickell Robey-Coleman and Robert Woods find it incredible they're playing in the Super Bowl together.
Andrew Whitworth, a 13-year offensive line veteran playing in his first Super Bowl, isn’t worried a slow start on Sunday could derail the Rams’ chances.
Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is the favorite to repeat as NFL defensive player of the year when awards are announced at the NFL Honors show Saturday.
For Rams coach Sean McVay and general manager Les Snead, the trip to Atlanta represents a full circle. They both have roots in the Super Bowl city.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick has defied his reputation for one-line responses with the media this week, talking about, among other things, his experiences growing up.
Times NFL writer Sam Farmer talked with Ben Volin from the Boston Globe ahead of the Rams-New England Patriots matchup in Super Bowl LIII. Here's how that conversation went.
When Rams owner Stan Kroenke said he was hopeful of bringing a Super Bowl to Los Angeles, many fans might have thought he was referring to his new Inglewood Stadium being awarded the game.
Fifth of a five-part series looking at team strategy for Super Bowl LIII: How will the Rams combat New England’s longstanding tradition of being less predictable than the pregame coin flip?
The Rams will play in the Super Bowl only a few years since their much-heralded return to L.A. But how well does the NFL team fit into the city's pop culture? It's complicated.
Rams coach Sean McVay, who turned 33 last week, was playing receiver for Miami of Ohio when Julian Edelman, 32, was a dual-threat QB for rival Kent State.