Patriots Win Super Bowl LIII
The Patriots have officially done it again; pop the champagne bottles Boston! The legendary Tom Brady has won his 6th Super Bowl ring. The incredible New England Patriots broke more records after beating the L.A. Rams 13 – 3. Head coach, Bill Belichick, was unbelievably proud of each player throughout the regular season, proving game by game that the Patriots were #notdone.
Tom Brady has officially played in 9 Super Bowls throughout his career, winning 6. The oldest starting quarterback, at the age of 41, set another new record with his coach, mentor, and good friend Bill Belichick. Belichick is officially the oldest head coach to win a Super Bowl, and has been head coach in the most Super Bowl game appearances and wins.
Julian Edelman, Patriot’s starting wide receiver, also took home some new set records. He topped the most receptions in the first half of a Super Bowl with 7, and he also had the highest number of punt returns in a Super Bowl game with 8. The L.A Rams officially had the fewest points obtained in a Super Bowl, setting the new record to be the low number of just 3 points. In addition, they are the first team to not score a single touchdown in a Super Bowl.
We’re not sure about you, but the team at Forest Park Westport has had a long 98-day drought in sports since our last big win. Ironically, the Red Sox clinched the World Series against the L.A. Dodgers and the Patriots made sure to snag another title from LA. Boston, start those duck boat engines. The Super Bowl parade will start at the Hynes Convention Center at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, February 5th. The duck boats will travel through Boston and end on Cambridge Street. If you can, it’ll be worth to check it out!