Published: Tue, January 29, 2019
Culture | By Jeremy Gray

‘Madden NFL 19’ Predicts LA Rams Will Win Super Bowl LIII

‘Madden NFL 19’ Predicts LA Rams Will Win Super Bowl LIII

In less than a week, the Los Angeles Rams will officially face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 53 for the opportunity to hoist the Lombardi Trophy, which is still wonderful to think about after seeing where this team was a few years ago, especially on offense. He knows that Tom Brady is one unsafe man, but he also hinted that the 41-year-old Patriots quarterback is showing signs of his old age.

The Rams will face the Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday in Atlanta where Brady will try to become the oldest quarterback to win the championship game, surpassing Peyton Manning, who was 39 when he led the Denver Broncos to victory three years ago.

"I've set a goal for myself at 45", he continued. "As far as anything goes, I hope it be a competitive, chippy game, this is what we want", he said. "But every year's tough". He will be rooting against them in Super Bowl LIII.

Brady has made it a point to go after all of his critics throughout these National Football League playoffs and seems to be on more of a mission to prove doubters wrong this season than ever before. They've done it all behind Tom Brady and Bill Belichick.

"I've got Buffalo blood running through my veins, so you know I hate these guys", he said. "I don't quite feel like that yet".

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"I think everybody has got that buzz back again, and it's happening with everyone with a smile on their face". Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are goal threats.

"Well, I think everybody just made a big deal out of the situation".

The New England Patriots have enjoyed success like few other teams in sports history since the turn of the century.

Brady believes that when he's felt like he's 'had enough, ' that will mark the end. "We've got one more to go".

Robey-Coleman, who got away with a blatant pass interference in the NFC Championship game that if called would likely have denied his team a win, was asked if there were signs that five-time Super Bowl champion Brady at 41 was not the same player.

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