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Series History

Super Bowl LIII is a (re)match between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots, who are meeting for the second time after the two met in Super Bowl XXXVI at the Louisiana Super Dome on the third of February, 2002. Perhaps more so than any other (at least recent) Super Bowl the game represents the old vs. the new and the new NFL vs. the old guard. The Rams are coached by offensive wunderkind Sean McVay, who at 32-years old is leading the revolution of young offensively minded head coaches that has swept the league in recent years whereas the Patriots are still coached by Bill Belichick, who along with Tom Brady comprise the longest-tenured head coach/quarterback tandem in the league. The question for the savvy gambler is, how important is experience in a game like this and is it something that can be quantified (at least to the level that’d help you earn a buck or two come game day?).

With that in mind… The Rams enter the game with a 15-3 record, 9-7-2 ATS and 8-9-1 O/U this season. The Patriots are 13-5, 11-7 ATS and 7-11 O/U.  New England has the edge in the series, 8-5, winning the last 4 contests vs the Rams by an average of 20 points since 2004. In the 13 games in the series, the teams have averaged a total of 40 points.  The Patriots have covered 5 of the last 6 games vs the Rams.

Super Bowl Tidbits

New England opened up as 1 point favorite with the total on the game at 58.0.  New England is currently at -2.0 and the total is still at 58.0. The Underdog has won 6 of the last 7 Super Bowls.  The Super Bowl game has gone Over the total 5 of the last 6 times. The average total of points scored in the last 6 Super Bowls has been 56.  The average total on the game has been 48.5. This will be New England’s 11th Super Bowl appearance. It will be the Rams 4th Super Bowl appearance.  The Patriots are 5-5. The Rams are 1-2. The Patriots have gone over the total their last 3 Super Bowls. In the Patriots 10 Super Bowl appearances, their average score has been 23-28.  In the Rams 3 appearances, their average score is 20-22. History tells us their isn’t much history between these teams. New England’s Playoff history is solid, having been in the Playoffs for much of this century.  The Rams have a total of 10 playoff games in this century, compared to the Patriots 39 playoff games. You know what you’re getting with the Patriots. The Rams not so much. Old School vs New School. The only tip I will give you is bet the team you think will win.  As for the total on the game, I have given you the facts. You’re on your own now!!

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