Patriots take on the Rams in Super Bowl LIII

Back in 2014 for Super Bowl XLVIII, Amell predicted that the Seattle Seahawks would handily beat the heavily-favorited Denver Broncos and not just beat them, seriously stomp them.

It has been said that there are only seven basic plots in the world and one of them is: oh hey, the Patriots are in the Super Bowl.

After two insane overtime finishes in both the AFC and NFC Championships, it appears like the National Football League wants to start their 100th season off with a bang. The Patriots' first three triumphs, in Super Bowl XXXVI, XXXVIII and XXXIX were all by a three-point margin. Tonight in Atlanta, the Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams.

The game will be broadcast by CBS, but if you don't have cable or an over-the-air antenna, there are plenty of other ways to watch the big game. Last year, New England was on the receiving end of a 41-33 loss against the Eagles, while 12 months earlier they beat Atlanta 34-28 in overtime.

At +2.5, the Rams have the third-shortest odds of any underdog going into the Super Bowl since the turn of the Millennium.

Who wins Patriots vs. Rams? He followed that up with an in-flight photo cheering for the Rams while the photo itself featured the under construction Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park that will eventually be the home of the Rams as well as the Los Angeles Chargers and is expected to host the Super Bowl in 2022.

Who is in Super Bowl LIII?

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.

  • Stacy Allen