High-Powered Offenses A No-Show In Big Game

The Big Game pitted two of the best offenses in the NFL this season. You wouldn't know it by the game last night.

At halftime the Patriots led 3-0, which is the second fewest points scored in a Big Game first half, and the combined 16 points scored is the fewest all-time. It took until the fourth quarter for the first touchdown of the game.

By the end, the Patriots took home the Lombardi Trophy, quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick won their 6th together, and receiver Julian Edelman was named MVP as he caught 10 passes for 141 yards.

Congratulations to the New England Patriots and their fans, but unfortunately this was not one of the more exciting, memorable championship games. The defenses showed up and made things tough on Brady and Rams quarterback Jared Goff, but with two of the top four offenses in the NFL, most people were expecting a much higher-scoring game.

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