Saturday , April 17 2021

The 10 things you should know about the Super Bowl LIII

This Sunday, the Super Bowl LIII will take place between the Los Angeles Rams and the Patriots of New England highlighting the youth of quarterback Jared Goff and coach McVay, against the expertise of their counterparts Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.

Here we leave you some important data that you can not miss

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Expand your brand

Bill Belichick, head coach of the Patriots, could extend to nine titles of SB his mark as the most winning. His closest pursuers are Don Shula, who with Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins scored six.

His second title

The Rams are just for their second Super Bowl title in their history. The first one won when they played in St Louis on January 30, 2000 before the Tennessee Titans for a score of 23-16.

The youngest

Be McVay, head coach of the Rams, will set a new brand as the youngest to lead a team in a SB with 33 years. He could also break the brand of Mike Tomlin (36 years old) as the youngest to get a title.

McVay is half the age of Bill Belichick, coach of the Pats; It is the biggest difference between coaches in a Super Bowl. She is even younger than Tom Brady (41 years old).

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Aliens to the Super Bowl

Although 52 editions of the Super Bowl have been played, four NFL teams have never played: Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans. Teams that have played at least one SB, but never have won, are: Minnesota Vikings, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Chargers, Tennessee Titans and Arizona Cardinals.

Team of time

This will be the eleventh Super Bowl disputed by the Patriots in their history, the third consecutively and the ninth in the last 22 years under Tom Brady-Bill Belichick.

Draw to Pittsburgh

Patriots could equalize the Pittsburgh Steelers with six titles as the most winning team ever since the Super Bowl was set up in 1967. But they could also break through with the Denver Broncos and be the team with the most subchampions; Both have now lost five finals.

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consolidate record

Tom Brady will seek to consolidate himself as the top Super Bowl runner with six. Behind him are Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw with four.

repeat rival

This will be the third chance that Tom Brady faced with the same team in a Super Bowl. The first was New York Giants (2008 and 2012) and the second Philadelphia Eagles (2005 and 2018). He is the only quarterback in history that has faced the same team on a Super Sunday.

the revenge

Rams and Patriots once again faced a Super Bowl after 17 years, when they competed in the XXXVI edition. That occasion won New England with a score of 20-17. It was the first title for the current New England quarterback Tom Brady.

More appearances in the Super Bowl

The Patriots are the team with the most appearances in the Super Bowl with 11 in total (1986, 1997, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019).

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