3 most frustrating factors from Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl 53 loss
By Dan Parzych
Here are the three most frustrating factors from the Los Angeles Rams loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 53.
In what some football fans will describe as the most boring matchup in history, the Los Angeles Rams came up on the losing end to the New England Patriots 13-3 during Super Bowl 53, leaving fans absolutely crushed over what could have been.
All season, the Rams were viewed as the team that was in win-now mode after looking at all of the key additions made on both sides of the football. And while Los Angeles felt every reason in the world to feel confident going against New England, Sean McVay‘s team came up way short.
Blame inexperience or simply the fact the Rams just didn’t just show up, there were plenty of disappointing factors that came into play during this one. At the end of the day, New England was simply the better football team, and they certainly deserve all of the credit in the world for winning their sixth Super Bowl title during the Tom Brady era.
Even more crazy to think about, the Patriots managed to defeat the Rams in the Super Bowl in a game where Brady didn’t even toss a single touchdown pass since the lone trip into the end zone came in the fourth quarter on a run by rookie Sony Michel.
No matter how much they want to move on, it’s going to be tough for the Rams to get over a loss like this when taking into consideration how close they were to hoisting the Lombardi Trophy after overcoming so many obstacles leading up to this point.
As much as fans don’t want to hear about what went wrong since it’s a pretty long list, here are the three most disappointing factors that played into Los Angeles coming up short against New England.