Super Bowl 53

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Super Bowl 53

Kylee Reed, Contributor

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Patriots with the win; beating the Rams 13-3 in the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history. This was a very defensive game. 

The Patriots ran the ball first which led to an interception by the Rams; 23 deflected the ball and 58 caught it. The Pats missed their first field goal and left the score 0-0 in the first quarter.  

In the first half, the score was Patriots 3-0. This was the second lowest scoring Super Bowl during the first half since the ninth Super Bowl.  

By the end of the 3rd quarter, the Rams made a field goal to tie the game 3-3. This was the first Super Bowl in history to not have a touchdown in 3 quarters. 

Patriots made a touchdown in the 4th quarter along with a field goal with only 1 minute and 12 seconds left in the game. Patriots with the win, beating the Rams 13-3 in the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history. 

The Rams had the longest punt in the Super Bowl history. This record-breaking punt was 65-yards. Many were very impressed with this record-breaking punt. 

After asking multiple people about how they felt about this Super Bowl. The same response was given from everyone. “The game was absolutely boring.” The game was boring to most people because both teams didn’t score for most of the game.  

Multiple people were complaining about the half time show. For example, “Twitter wanted more SpongeBob, less of Adam Levine’s nipples at Super Bowl halftime show.”

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