Super Bowl LIII
PATRIOTS PLAY IN NFL-RECORD 11TH SUPER BOWL OVERALL; 10TH OF THE KRAFT ERA
New England played in its 11th Super Bowl in franchise history, a total that is the most all-time in the NFL. The Patriots appearance in Super Bowl LIII was its 10th Super Bowl appearance since Robert Kraft purchased the team in 1994, a total that is the most in the league over that span (Pittsburgh and Denver are second with four).
Patriots 13, Los Angeles 3
February 3, 2019
In a rematch of Super Bowl XXXVI 17 years to the day, the Patriots defeat the Rams in Super Bowl LIII, 13-3, to capture the club's sixth Super Bowl, tying Pittsburgh for most Super Bowls in NFL history. The Patriots also won their 37th playoff game, moving past the Steelers for most postseason wins in NFL history. Bill Belichick joined George Halas and Curly Lambeau as the only NFL coaches to win six NFL championships and Tom Brady broke a tie with Charles Haley as the only player to play on six Super Bowl-winning teams. He also passed Adam Vinatieri with his 237th victory overall, the most in NFL history. Julian Edelman notches 10 receptions for 141 yards and becomes the first wide receiver since Santonio Holmes (Super Bowl XLIII) to win the Super Bowl's Most Valuable Player Award.
The New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia on Sunday, February 3, 2019.