Los Angeles Rams: 5 bold predictions for Super Bowl LIII against the Patriots
By Steve Rivera
With a ton of hype still to come, the Los Angeles Rams will meet the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta. Here are five predictions for Super Sunday.
After 16 regular season games over 17 weeks, a home playoff win against the Dallas Cowboys and a win on the road against the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Championship Game, the Los Angeles Rams have advanced to the Super Bowl in Atlanta and will play the New England Patriots.
Depending on who you listen to or read, this game has the potential to be a remarkable contest with the potential for a big game from either team.
For the Rams, the youth at key positions and at head coach has been and will continue to be talked about up to kickoff and probably after. With the Patriots, every storyline and prediction will begin with Tom Brady and his counterpart Jared Goff as well as Sean McVay and Bill Belichick.
As for predictions, Los Angeles has given fans a lot to watch and talk about. A big win streak, high scoring games, a two-game losing skid, and questions about the health of running back Todd Gurley.
As for who Wins Super Bowl LIII, it doesn’t seem complicated when you simply look at who has the best personnel from top to bottom. The problem with the Rams and the Patriots is that little to no daylight exists between both organizations.
If this game is to serve as a passing of the torch, you have a team in the Rams more than up to taking it and making a run of its own. If the Patriots win, fans will wonder just how much longer they can maintain such a level of excellence.
Either way, Rams versus the Patriots could be an all time classic.