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Super Bowl Weekend: Old vs. New

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Super Bowl Weekend: Old vs. New

Jacob Serrano, Sports Director

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Tom Brady is now in his 9th Super Bowl and looking for his 6th ring. This is the Patriots 3rd Super Bowl in a row and last year they took an L to the Eagles, the Patriots will be looking for a different outcome this year against the Rams.

The Patriots have dominated the AFC by appearing in 8 AFC championships in a row.”

— Jake Serrano

Will the Patriots and Tom Brady get another win Tonight?

The key for the Rams would be to utilize that dangerous D-Line with Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh to be able to get pressure up the middle on Brady and coincidentally they are #1 in the NFL on inside pressures.

6:30 kickoff tonight and we’ll see who will win the battle to the top.

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