Patriots beat Rams in Super Bowl LIII in lowest scoring Super Bowl ever

ATLANTA, Ga. – The Rams and Patriots saved the best for last. With three minimal action quarters, the fourth quarter provided the excitement. Tom Brady connected with Rob Gronkowski for a 29-yard deep ball that put the Patriots at the two-yard line.

Sony Michel scores the go-ahead touchdown. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Running back Sony Michel waltzed into the end zone on the ensuing play, putting New England on top 10-3 with 7:00 remaining in the fourth quarter. New England would beat the Rams 13-3 to win their sixth Super Bowl in franchise history.

It’s also the sixth title for Tom Brady, the most in NFL history by an individual player. Brady went 21-of-35 for 262 yards and an interception.

Julian Edelman was named Super Bowl MVP after a game-high 10 catch, 141 yard performance.

Michel, a rookie, rushed for 94 yards and the go-ahead touchdown. Rex Burkhead rushed for 43 yards.

Rams quarterback Jared Goff was sacked four times, and completed less than 50-percent of his passes.

Sports Director Adam Winkler will have LIVE postgame reaction in Atlanta on News 3 at 11 following special programming.

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