What’s Good Superbowl LIII Predictions

What’s Good Superbowl LIII Predictions

What’s Good Superbowl LIII Predictions

New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams compete to become Superbowl LIII Champion in Atlanta, GA.. (Photo: NFL)

New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams compete to become Superbowl LIII Champion in Atlanta, GA.. (Photo: NFL)

By Cameron Buford, whatsgoodinsports.com

2-Time Superbowl Championship Coach Bill Parcels, once famously said in an effort to fired up his offensive line in a New York Giants Playoff game, “this is what you work all off season for, this is the reason your lift all them weights; this is the reason you do all that (expletive)!” That’s what this coming weekend is about for the New Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. This coming Super Bowl is a culmination of each of their off-season workouts, months of team meetings and the ability to remains the final two teams left in the rigorous National Football League season.

After winning their respective Conference Championships on January 20th, the Patriots and Rams each have spent the past couple weeks scouting their opponent, making travel arrangements, installing a new game plan and preparing mentally for their next big game. Although the Super bowl isn’t just a big game, these teams will be looking for any edge the can get, to help them win. This includes being provided additional motivation by the opposing team or what’s commonly known as “bulletin board material.”

Los Angeles Rams defensive back Nickell Roby Coleman offered the Patriots some “bulletin board material” by mentioning to bleacher report that Tom Brady, “is not the same quarterback that he was. Whatever he was doing… he’s not doing as much of it anymore.” In a pep rally to send off the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium, Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady tossed the mic after starting a chant, “We’re still here, we’re still here!” The most interesting show of confidence came from Patriots Defensive Back Patrick Chung said, “We’re going to go down there and kick their ass, baby.”

Most of the guys on these teams are confident beyond belief! So, the thought of a little smack may be the difference in this monumental game is somewhat funny, though whatever it takes to your opponent of their game is the intention there. The Rams will need to more than smack talk to defeat the team going for 6 championship in 19 years.

Since 2001 the New England Patriots have done just enough to beat their opponent in their Super Bowl wins. As they have won their 5 total Superbowl Championships by a total of 16 points; that would 3.2 points per victory. As the mantra goes, “a win is a win,” so I am sure the Patriots aren’t losing any sleep do to the margin of their victories. Especially since they don’t give style points for in Superbowl victories.

With all their off-season trades and their free agent signings the Los Angeles Rams have pushed all their chips into the middle of the table this off season. There’s been no doubt about the assertiveness and effectiveness of young head coach Sean McVay, the front office has brought in the necessary pieces for this team to get in this position to win a Super Bowl Championship sooner than many people anticipated.

I see this game coming down to a contrast of coaching styles. Sean McVay will bring his high-powered Los Angeles Rams offense, led by Jared Goff and Todd Gurley, into this game with a lot to prove. As many fans around the league believe the Rams wouldn’t be in this position, were it not for a

controversial call in the NFC Championship game against the New Orleans Saints. The Rams also boast the League’s Defensive Player of the Year in Aaron Donald along with the multiple pro bowl caliber free agents, they’ve added to complement their offense. Though this star-studded cast of defensive players haven’t played to expectations in the regular season, they have more than proved their value this post season when it matters most. This collection of talent has earned the Rams an opportunity to represent the National Football Conference in the Super Bowl.

The American Football Conference Champions are led by defensive mastermind Bill Belichick, who just happens to have extensive experience slowing down explosive offensives. Might you be familiar with those late 1980’s San Francisco 49ers led by Joe Montana and Jerry Rice or how about the combination of Jim Kelly, Andre Reed and Thurman Thomas? Each of these guys are NFL Hall of Fame inductees by the way. Never mind the combination of Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk and Torry Holt or the paring of Donovan McNabb and Terrell Owens…. Bill Belichick has devised a scheme to slow each of these Hall of Fame players… down just enough for Tom Brady and their ball control offense to close those championship games out with narrow victories.

I don’t expect this game to be much different! After spending some time listening to McVay, I am ready to take the field! So, I understand the passion and enthusiasm he brings to the Rams which has lead them to this point, however I expect the experience and consistency of the Patriots to be to much for the Rams too overcome.

I expect to see the Patriots attack the weakest point of that Rams defense, which is those Los Angeles Rams Linebackers, with quick passes to their running backs out the backfield and the with the utilization of their tight end Rob Gronkowski, which apparently may be his last game, over the middle of the filed. The Rams receivers should Be prepared for the holding and grabbing the patriots will be doing to slow down that explosive offense of the Rams. Getting to Tom Brady early and often is the only chase the Rams have, to pull this game out.

Can the Ram defensive line, led by the two of the most ferocious defensive linemen in the league in Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh, get pressure on Tom Brady…? If they do, the Rams will have a chance to win. If they don’t Brady will consistently lead the Patriots on long drives, tiring out that Rams defense, then capitalizing on each of their mistakes to win the game. This is what I believe will happen, leading to an additional Patriots Championship and another Ton Brady Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award.

It has been said “The regular season is where you make you name, the playoffs is where you make your fame!” Hoisting that Lombardi trophy will certainly an opportunity for these teams to enhance their legacy. This is what this game is all about folks! On Sunday the talking stops and I believe will be adding to their legacy at the end of the game. Since, you now know my prediction, let me know who have winning this year’s Super bowl and why by commenting in the comment section of this article on www.whatsgoodinsports.com or reaching out to us on twitter @whatsgoodinsports.


2 Time Superbowl Championship Coach Bill Parcels, once famously said in an effort to fired up his offensive line in a New York Giants Playoff game, “this is what you work all offseason for, this is the reason your lift all them weights; this is the reason you do all that (expletive)!” That’s what this coming weekend is about for the New Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. This coming Super Bowl is a culmination of each of their off-season workouts, months of team meetings and the ability to remains the final two teams left in the rigorous National Football League season.

After winning their respective Conference Championships on January 20th, the Patriots and Rams each have spent the past couple weeks scouting their opponent, making travel arrangements, installing a new game plan and preparing mentally for their next big game. Although the Super Bowl isn’t just a big game, these teams will be looking for any edge the can get, to help them win. This includes being provided additional motivation by the opposing team or what’s commonly known as “bulletin board material.”

Los Angeles Rams defensive back Nickell Roby Coleman offered the Patriots some “bulletin board material” by mentioning to bleacher report that Tom Brady, “is not the same quarterback that he was. Whatever he was doing… he’s not doing as much of it anymore.” In a pep rally to send off the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium, Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady tossed the mic after starting a chant, “We’re still here, we’re still here!” The most interesting show of confidence came from Patriots Defensive Back Patrick Chung said, “We’re going to go down there and kick their ass, baby.”

Most of the guys on these teams are confident beyond belief! So, the thought of a little smack may be the difference in this monumental game is somewhat funny, though whatever it takes to your opponent of their game is the intention there. The Rams will need to more than smack talk to defeat the team playing for 6 Championships in 19 years.

Since 2001 the New England Patriots have done just enough to beat their opponent in their Super Bowl wins. As they have won their 5 total Superbowl Championships by a total of 16 points; that would 3.2 points per victory. As the old mantra goes, “a win is a win,” so I am sure the Patriots fans aren’t losing any sleep due to the margin of their victories. Especially since they don’t give style points for Superbowl victories.

With all their off-season trades and their free agent signings, the Los Angeles Rams have pushed all their chips into the middle of the table this offseason. There’s been no doubt about the assertiveness and effectiveness of young head coach Sean McVay, the front office has brought in the necessary pieces for this team to get to this position to win a Super Bowl Championship, much sooner than many people anticipated.

I see this game coming down to a contrast of coaching styles. Sean McVay will bring his high-powered Los Angeles Rams offense, led by Jared Goff and Todd Gurley, into this game with a lot to prove. As many fans around the league believe the Rams wouldn’t be in this position, were it not for a controversial call in the NFC Championship game against the New Orleans Saints. The Rams also boast the League’s Defensive Player of the Year in Aaron Donald along with the multiple pro bowl caliber free agents, they’ve added to complement their offense. Though this star-studded cast of defensive players

hasn’t played to expectations in the regular season, they have more than proved their value this postseason, when it matters most. This collection of talent has earned the Rams an opportunity to represent the National Football Conference in the Super Bowl.

The American Football Conference Champions are led by defensive mastermind Bill Belichick, who just happens to have extensive experience slowing down explosive offensives. Might you be familiar with those late 1980’s San Francisco 49ers led by Joe Montana and Jerry Rice or how about the combination of Jim Kelly, Andre Reed and Thurman Thomas? Each of these guys are in the NFL Hall of Fame inductees by the way. Never mind the combination of Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk, and Torry Holt or the paring of Donovan McNabb and Terrell Owens…. Bill Belichick has devised a scheme to slow each of these Hall of Fame players… down just enough for their ball control offense to close those championship games out with narrow victories.

I don’t expect this game to be much different! After spending some time listening to McVay, I am ready to take the field! So, I understand the passion and enthusiasm he brings to the Rams which has led them to this point, however, I expect the experience and consistency of the Patriots to be too much for the Rams to overcome.

I expect to see the Patriots attack the weakest point of that Rams defense, which is those Los Angeles Rams Linebackers, with quick passes to their running backs out the backfield and the with the utilization of their tight end Rob Gronkowski, which apparently may be his last game, over the middle of the filed. The Rams receivers should be prepared for the holding and grabbing the Patriots defensive backs will be doing to slow down that explosive offense of the Rams. Getting to Tom Brady early and often is the only chance the Rams have, to win this game.

Can the Ram defensive line, led by the two of the most ferocious defensive linemen in the league in Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh, get pressure on Tom Brady…? If they do, the Rams will have a chance to win. If they don’t, Brady will consistently lead the Patriots on long drives, tiring out that Rams defense, then capitalizing on each of their mistakes to win the game. The latter is what I believe will happen, leading to an additional Patriots Championship and another Tom Brady Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award.

It has been said, “The regular season is where you make your name, the playoffs are where you make your fame!” Hoisting that Lombardi trophy will certainly an opportunity for these teams to enhance their legacy. This is what this game is all about folks! On Sunday the talking stops and I believe will be adding to their legacy at the end of the game. Since you now know my prediction, let me know who you have winning this year’s Super Bowl and why by commenting in the comment section of this article on www.whatsgoodinsports.com or reaching out to us on twitter @whatsgoodinsports.

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