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20 Facts About Super Bowl LIII (2019)

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We’re moments from kick off and this is already one of the most discussed and controversial Super Bowls in NFL history.

It’s no surprise to see golden boy Tom Brady and the New England Patriots competing for another world title, but this year is unique, odd, and legendary.

For the first time in years, most football fans counted the Patriots out of this years Super Bowl. It is only fitting this would be the year Tom Brady truly cements his legacy as the greatest quarterback of All-Time, and Bill Belichick expands his case for being the best football coach to ever live.

As far as the Rams go, their story is a bit different…

The Rams are the elephant in the room for this years Super Bowl. In theory, the Rams shouldn’t be competing for a Lombardi Trophy this weekend, and everyone knows it.

In the final minutes of the NFC Championship game, defensive back Nickell Robey-Coleman delivers a helmet to helmet blow on Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis on 3rd down that was sure to be a penalty and bring the Saints to first and goal.

All 3 blind mice would have thrown the flag; this was the worst missed call, ever. Roger Goodell has been silent since the blown call to make matters even worse.

There is enough Super Bowl drama to carry over into the offseason before the game has even started. These teams have history most young fans are unaware of, plus, you’ll be surprised to see what college rivalries will be renewed this Sunday.

Also, some coaches and players may have even more at stake than a Super Bowl title. Here are the 20 facts about this year’s Super Bowl…

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