Ahead of Sunday night's matchup, many Saints supporters still had a bad taste in their mouths from a controversial pass interference no-call late in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship that they saw as the cause of their team's loss.
As a result, the Cleveland Browns remain the last team to shut out its opponent in an National Football League championship game, Super Bowl or otherwise. They also discuss if Edelman should have won MVP, and the struggles of Gurley and Goff. But the Super Bowl, a low-scoring, punt-filled game won, 13-3, by New England, did not do as well when compared with recent years.
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The Los Angeles Rams would have taken a third-quarter lead in Super Bowl LIII if New England Patriots cornerback Jason McCourty didn't race into the end zone and break up a near-touchdown reception by Brandin Cooks.
The Rams high-powered offense, which averaged almost 33 points a game during the regular season, failed to fire and managed just 57 total yards and two first downs in the first half and 260 for the game.