New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams live streaming Free Online NFL Super Bowl LIII Sunday 03 February 2019, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, Time 06:30 PM(ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and and Online.
New England (11-5 in the regular season) are arguably a ‘surprise’ Super Bowl participant after being written off behind a group of other red-hot teams around the league. They started 1-2, lost another two games in a row in December, and Tom Brady had a few bad stretches, finishing with his most interceptions (11) since 2013 and lowest passer rating (97.7) since 2014.
All of that said, they did what they always do and absolutely demolished the visiting Los Angeles Chargers in the divisional round before knocking off the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game. New England’s offense is as good as ever – they’ve scored 78 points in two playoff games – but the defense will be a concern against the ruthless Rams. The Pats gave up 28, then 31 points in the two postseason wins.
The Rams (13-3), meanwhile, started out the season better than anyone, winning eight in a row and lighting up the scoreboard in the process. Their only three losses in the season came in New Orleans, in Chicago, and to a desperate Eagles team in December, but outside of that were unstoppable. LA boasted the second-best yardage and scoring offense, and their opportunistic defense managed the third-most takeways (30).
In the playoffs, Los Angeles beat up the Cowboys, rushing for 273 total yards (a franchise postseason record) before getting their revenge against the Saints in New Orleans. Although the game will always be remembered for the last-minute ‘no-call’, the Rams managed to hold Drew Brees to 249 yards, the rushing attack to 48 yards, and came back from 13-0 behind on the road: they are certainly worthy NFC Champions.
If the Patriots win, it will be their sixth title, tying the Steelers for the most ever, Bill Belichick will become only the third head coach ever to win six championships, and Brady will have won the most Super Bowls ever by one player (six).
If the Rams win, Sean McVay (33 years old) will become the youngest ever coach to win the Super Bowl, and Jared Goff will be the first quarterback selected No 1 overall to win it all within his first three seasons.
This won’t be Tom Brady’s last NFL game, but at 41-years-old, you never know if it will be his last Super Bowl. Whether he wins or loses on Sunday, Brady could retire now and go down as the greatest of all time. He will be making his record ninth Super Bowl start, is the only starting QB to win five of them, and the only player ever to be Super Bowl MVP four times. He is the all-time leader in every Super Bowl and playoff passing stat you can think of, and proved still ‘has it all’ with an unbelievable comeback performance in Kansas City.
New England running back duo Sony Michel and James White will be crucial, despite Rex Burkhead banging in a pair of late TDs against the Chiefs. Michel already has five rushing touchdowns this postseason, the most ever by a rookie in one postseason. White has the most catches this postseason (19), and has come up big in previous Super Bowls, scoring four touchdowns in his last three.
Rob Gronkowski, while he may not be at his statistical best, still has the most receiving yards (1,076) and touchdowns (12) ever by a tight end in the postseason, while Julian Edelman recently joined Hall of Famer Jerry Rice as the only players with at least 100 playoff catches. Brady has plenty of options.
Speaking of options, Rams QB Jared Goff has a plethora of his own, and a similarly excellent backfield. Goff ranked fifth in passing yards (4,688), sixth in touchdowns (32) and eighth in passer rating (101.1) this season, helped in a large way by his outstanding running game featuring Todd Gurley.
Gurley led the NFL with 21 touchdowns (17 rushing, four receiving) in 2018 after being named Offensive Player of the Year and managing 19 TDs in 2017. He’s also scored in each of the team’s two postseason outings so far. But amazingly, C.J. Anderson has been the star in recent weeks after a Gurley injury slowed him down. Anderson’s 481 postseason rushing yards since 2014 are the most by any NFL player.
On the outside, Goff turns to Robert Woods (86-1,219-6) and former Patriot Brandin Cooks. Cooks became the first player in NFL history to record three 1,000-yard seasons with three different teams in consecutive seasons after his offseason move to LA had followed a trade from New Orleans to New England. He was huge in the Championship game, leading the team with seven catches and 107 receiving yards.
Arguably the greatest defender in the league, Aaron Donald, will cause havoc from defensive tackle, and he has joined Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor as the only defenders to record 20-plus sacks and reach the Super Bowl in the same year. Alongside his 20.5 sacks, Donald managed 25 tackles for losses and 41 QB hits.
Alongside him, Ndamukong Suh has managed at least one sack in three of his past four playoff games and once told Sky Sports his favourite QB to take down is Brady – he will look to ‘smash’ him again on Sunday.
Finally, if it comes down to kickers, these teams boast two of the best. Stephen Gostkowski is Mr Consistent, having converted over 87 percent of his kicks during his 13 seasons in New England, while Greg ‘the Leg’ Zuerlein just nailed a 57-yard clutch kick in overtime last week, the longest game-winner in postseason history.