New England Patriots Win Superbowl 13 – 3 Defeating LA Rams

The New England Patriots have won the Superbowl and are the World Champions of Nations Football League.   Congratulations Patriots fans !!

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320 Responses to New England Patriots Win Superbowl 13 – 3 Defeating LA Rams

  1. solomonpal says:

    Bread and circuses.

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  2. Pat D says:

    I supported the Patriots because Brady supports our President. Simple as that,

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      Some of the Rams had said if they won, they wound not go to the White House to be recognized by President Trump. So very nice to know the won’t have the chance to disrespect their President. They were probably the same players that stood during the Anthem but wouldn’t put their hands on their hearts.

      Congratulations, Bob, Bill and Tom–close friends, all, of President and Mrs. Trump.,

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    • TNGal says:

      Me, too.

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    • BroMole says:

      Fair enough… but its about on par with all the political interjecting done by the left, IMO. its a chance for us all to stop obsessing over the horse races for a few hours, which is why the left can’t stand not to keep trying to breach the wall. There actually was not a ton of the expected lecturing and preaching, which I was surprised by.

      That said, I want the NFL to compensate me for the hours and brain cells I lost under the guise of a most pathetic attempt at entertainment. That performance was dreadful. The game, the play, the halftime, the commercials, all of it.

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    • budklatsch says:

      I have been a New England Pats fan since they were the Boston Pats. These days it can’t get much better, Pats win the SB and Trump in the WH! Whoohoo!

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    • Zaza says:

      “””I supported the Patriots because Brady supports our President. Simple as that,”””

      ####METOO

      …and I have no problem admitting it.

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  3. G3 says:

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  4. nimrodman says:

    so what happened with the infamous Maroon 5 halftime?
    was there any scandalous affront or was it nothing out of the ordinary?
    any kneeler lionization shoved in fans faces?

    thx
    inquiring minds

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  5. yaosxx says:

    https://twitter.com/realdo naldtrump/status/597993941594693632?lang=en
    This tweet from 2015 is confirmed as genuine! Uncanny. Not for nothing that some think Trump is a time traveler…

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  6. tappin52 says:

    My lucky son had the numbers 3 and 3 in the Super Bowl pool that he was in.

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  7. Mark L. says:

    I’m not a pay toilet fan but my hats off to them. Good game

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  8. Eastender says:

    Go Patriots! On top of their game and calling the right shots start to finish. You done good guys!

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  9. scrap1ron says:

    I took a knee on football after the J Lo Black Panther halftime awhile back so I don’t really care who won. However, if a Patriots win puts the Trump Haters Club knickers in a twist then that’s a good thing.

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    • Judith says:

      I was disgusted by a Beeyouncy black panther halftime show some years back that also cured me of Superbowels.

      It wasn’t J Lo, unless they featured two such vulgar Superbowel displays. Wouldn’t surprise me at all. NFL sucks.

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      • scrap1ron says:

        Rich leftist black racists all look, and act, the same to me. You are correct it was Beeouch. They’re pretty much interchangeable oppressed and victimized multi-millionaires of white suppression.

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  10. Xbonesny says:

    Did anyone else see the “Reagan” call by Brady, and then the commentators made the call that Brady’s Reagan audible, was a run to the RIGHT!! That was awesome on so many levels

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  11. jephfree says:

    not going to the White House? not even making it to the end zone . hahaha . no D.C. no td . rams setting up counsellors for male cheerleaders after loss . hahaha . MAGA Brady! Praise The God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob!

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  12. G3 says:

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  13. Me says:

    What? There was a football game on yesterday? Damn, who knew?

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  14. Brady has a MAGA hat in his locker, and he’s not tired of winning!

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  15. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Congrats to the Patriots for their apparently boring game win. Didn’t watch. Unfortunately the best two, most exciting teams in the NFL this year didn’t play in this year’s Media Bowl. That would have been the Kansas City Chiefs and the Dallas Cowboys.

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  16. Brady will play as long as he can throw and run . He despises ” girly man ” commish. GOEDDEL for the fabricated deflate the football scam which NEVER HAPPENED . ( cold air deflates balls !!)
    The NFL embarrassed their star player with a bogus story as if Brady was a cheater.
    Then again , the NFL ran a true winner , Tim Tebow , out of the league for being a wildly popular Christian. Who else wins 8 of 11 games , then defeats the defending Super Bowl Champs with an 80 yard strike ( Denver beat Steelers ) , and is traded into oblivion !!? Tebow had stadiums literally ROCKING. TEBOW!
    TEBOW ! Strange .
    Brady will outlast Roger the girly man .

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  17. The best part of the entire thing was Glady’s Knight’s delivery of our National Anthem. Glad the Pats won because they are MAGA, but otherwise, the Superbowl was a bust. No standout commercials, Maroon 5 was horrendous, and the game was not exciting.

    Best commercial was the Kia Telluride; it was about the people that make the Telluride, not the Telluride. It was mediocre, all the other ads fell much shorter.

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  18. covfefe999 says:

    I can’t confirm the exact cause and of course we’ll never really know, but apparently the ratings were quite low. I read that Saints’ fans had called for a boycott because of that bad call. And I think a lot of us Trump supporters bailed. And maybe a bunch of people are sick of the excess, or tired of seeing the Patriots …I don’t know. But good job to the people who did refuse to watch (on cable and other trackable services) for political reasons, I think we had an effect.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Next up: Academy Awards later this month. I will not be watching that either, and I’m on untrackable antenna TV even. I could sneak a view but I’m going to be good about this.

      (Ahhh, if only I had such willpower when it comes to diet and exercise!)

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  19. If you didn’t watch; enjoy this ad. Along with Gladys Knight, this was the best superbowl ad. Every other ad was a fail.

    Georgetown, GA is a small town that builds the new Kia. It was decimated by the off shoring of our manufacturing jobs, but is now making a comeback…………….

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  20. Heathermist says:

    #TB12 Brady is one of the greatest to play the game. A young boy asked him who his hero was , Brady said “my dad” and got emotional. Brady is the American dream . Loved the play called “REAGAN” … run to the right !

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  21. Shelley Keith Childs says:

    A play-by-play of the anniversary ad (from ‘The Daily Wire’)

    The ad starts normally enough, as all the players and their dates are seated dressed up at various tables. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, from the lectern in front, intones, “Welcome to the 100th season of the National Football league.” As the players applaud, Goodell continues, “Tonight is not about the league. It’s about football.”

    The camera cuts to Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch looking longingly at a huge, many-tiered cake near him that has a golden football on top. Goodell continues, “It’s about the players. The fans,” as Lynch, looking bored and getting more interested in the cake, leans in his chair and starts reaching with his hand to grab a piece of the cake. Goodell continues, “The moment,” just as the chair gives way under Lynch, and his hand grabs the cake, toppling the football from its perch atop the cake. Goodell, oblivious, adds “And everything else, that makes you say —”, but former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos famed quarterback Peyton Manning, seeing the football spinning on the floor in the midst of the tables and sensing what is imminent, mutters, “Oh, boy —” as the camera cuts to former Chicago Bear middle linebacker Mike Singletary whipping off his glasses and yelling, “Fumble!”

    A pile-on ensues as players dive for the football, led by Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey and Los Angeles Rams nose tackle Ndamukong Suh. The ball winds up in the hands of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana. When former Dallas Cowboys star wide receiver Michael Irvin calls to Montana for the ball, Montana grins, “No can do, Cowboy,” then rifles the ball to his favorite target: former 49ers receiver Jerry Rice, only to have the ball intercepted by former star defensive back for the Cowboys Deion Sanders, who takes off with the ball as he runs through tables, only to have former Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher hurtle through the air and send Sanders crashing on top of a table.

    The camera pans to former Miami Dolphins running back Larry Csonka and wide receiver Paul Warfield laughing at a table before returning to the action, where Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley has taken off with the ball, lateraling it to famed broken field runner Detroit Lions running back Barry Sanders, who naturally zigs and zags around everyone as the camera pans to former Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith, who regales the women at his table by noting, “You know I have more yards than they do.”

    Manning finally gets the ball, calling “Go deep,” before zipping the ball across the room to former San Diego Chargers running back Ladainian Tomlinson, prompting former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan to say, “You’ve still got it.” The oft-injured Manning, wincing and holding his shoulder, mutters, “That hurt.”

    Cut to former Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed, resplendent in a silver sports coat, as he targets Tomlinson, sending him crashing into a table, but not before Tomlinson has lateraled the ball, though as the crash occurs, legendary running back Jim Brown grins, “Boy, this is a great party.”

    The camera cuts to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who only hours after the ad aired in real life would win his sixth Super Bowl, sitting with Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield, who chides him, “Get out there, old man.” Brady takes off his five Super Bowl rings, hands them to Mayfield, and says, “Hold these.”

    By now former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw, who has four Super Bowl rings along with Montana, has the ball, and blitzed by Los Angles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, hurls it across the room intended for former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, only to have it tipped by Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey, then caught on the run at his shoetops by Bradshaw’s teammate Franco Harris, just as what happened in the most amazing play in football history, the Immaculate Reception. Harris and Bradshaw’s teammate, defensive tackle Joe Greene, grins, “Yes.”

    The ball winds up in the hands of Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, leaping from table to table, then Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and current MVP Rick Mahones, who fires it slingshot-style to New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Then Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller targets the ball carrier, sending him flying into the cake, as the camera pans to former Chicago Bears middle linebacker Dick Butkus moaning, “Not the cake!”

    The football now is held by Sam Gordon, a female running back who played football in the Salt Lake City area, taunting Seattle Seahawks defensive back Richard Sherman, “You want this? Come and get it!” She then throws it to New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley, who performs his distinctive leap over a defender and runs away from the crowd as the ad comes to a close.

    – HANK BERRIEN

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  22. JTR says:

    The Patriots beat the horned beast! How fitting!

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  23. I believe this country was built on hard word and striving to be the best. Brady embodies that.

    Meritocracy used to be the gauge we used to judge peoples’ performance- whether it was on the field, in a classroom or an office. When you worked hard and succeeded that meant something.

    How did we ever get to be a culture that looks down on those who work hard and succeed at the highest level?

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  24. Pale rider says:

    NFL is dead. 10 year low for Super Bowl. Rush predicted this years ago and its soon replacement of soccer. The tearing down of everything American. Amazing how they got the stupid players to kill their own golden goose. Crapernick, leader of fools.
    In a screen shot, that is America and how we are being torn down. To fix the NFL, we would have to fire every kneeler and any coach who spoke out in public against America. The rebuild would take years. To fix America, we would have to pull all the haters from places of power. The only thing I know that could do that is a civil war. The war is going on now, but actual Americans are told to stand down.
    I said this before. God is with us he is at the front lines waiting for us.

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    • Baseball used to be America’s past time, no more. Then the NFL, now now longer.

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    • Trumpgirlss says:

      Rush was just pissed they wouldn’t let him in the old boys club (same as DJT) he didn’t predict anything. A lot of people say that’s why DJT got involved in this kneeing thing because the owners would not let him buy the Buffalo team and this was the way to get back at the owners. I’m not going to let a bunch of fools spoil my football season. Go Browns!

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  25. glcinpdx says:

    Gladys Knight was the best part of the whole circus. Man does she still have the pipes. The game itself, Meh. The defense was good on both sides for sure. Halftime? Don’t even get me started on that hot mess. Commercials were preachy or had robots in them…whats with all the robots? No wonder the ratings were the lowest in 10 years. Goodell has got to go.

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  26. that was without a doubt *THE* most boring football game i have ever seen in my life. i already forgot what the final score was.

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  27. Curt says:

    “In what ended up being a pretty uneventful Super Bowl at least for most of the game, many people were talking about one play called by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady when his team was at the line of scrimmage in the second half of Sunday night’s game.
    “Reagan! Reagan!” yelled Brady.
    Fans were surprised to hear the late president’s name leave Brady’s mouth.
    “CNN Breaking News: Tom Brady yells ‘Reagan Reagan’ before play. Twelve-person panel has been assembled to discuss Brady’s clear racism,” wrote one humorous Twitter user in response to the play. The play was obviously intended to go to the right. Must have been effective…. the PATS won.

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  28. Anon says:

    Watching the NFL is supporting liberalism.

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  29. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Appears as though God made the decision for the Rams coach as to whether to visit the WH or not.

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  30. eric says:

    Im a Cowboys fan myself…hopefully next season is our turn.

    Amazing what Coach Belichick and Tom Brady have accomplished in NE…9 Super Bowl trips…6 wins…HISTORICLY AWESOME.
    atleast a team in silver n blue won.

    as a fan of old-school football I loved it.
    the Patriots performance on defense was just stunning.Im not a Pats fan….Dallas is my team…but I truly admire and respect what NE has been able to accomplish…amazing.

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  31. eric says:

    Im also a BIG Elvis fan…I love the Patriots logo…looks like The King.

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  32. Being a Saints fan for the last 50 years, I missed the whole game. Fancy that. But I guess a game is a game. It doesn’t matter if you have the best teams compete. It’s the money that counts and the Saints just couldn’t pull the dough, in the opinion of the NFL Gods, of course.

    But it is what it is. Like a good little Saints fan, I’ll get behind my team another season and watch Drew bust his ass getting us to the finish line once again. I only hope we’ll be allowed to cross the line next time.

    By the by, can someone please explain to me why the Super Bowl ratings dropped like a receiver being slammed to the ground in an act of blatant interference?

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    • WiVoter says:

      I’ll be happy to explain. People are sick of the New England Patriots. The NFL, the northeast corridor media, the Jets, the Dolphins and the Bills aren’t sick of the Pats winning but the rest of us sure are. If only one team would hire a coach that considers football war and not a sport they could compete against Bellichek who approaches the game as war and there are no rules or boundaries in war including spying on your opponents practices. Maybe some day Brady will get the Favre treatment the rotten Saints delivered in Jan. 2010,

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  33. “LA Rams Say They Might Skip Trump White House Visit if They Win the Super Bowl”, therefore the MAY 15TH PROPHECY says DON’T WORRY ABOUT IT 2 THOSE RAMS, UNDECIDED ABOUT THE WHITE HOUSE? ooh just FORGET ABOUT IT, as Tom Brady sets record for most Super Bowl wins by NFL player with six https://515loupe.wordpress.com/2019/02/03/515-loupe-2-3-2019/

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  34. Cait Winters says:

    Go Pats!📣💙❤

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