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In a game that featured one touchdown, which is the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history, the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3, winning their sixth Super Bowl title.

Tom Brady threw for 262 yards, one interception, and had zero touchdowns. Sony Michel rushed for 94 yards and scored the only touchdown of the game. Julian Edelman caught 10 passes for a total of 141 yards.

However, on the losing side the Rams failed to sack Tom Brady. Jared Goff threw 19 completions for 209 yards, one interception, and zero touchdowns. Todd Gurley, who was the star of controversy for having limited touches, only rushed for 35 yards. Brandin Cooks had eight catches for 120 yards. Punter Johnny Heckler punted for 65 yards, which is a Super Bowl record for longest punt.

The Patriots have now won six Super Bowls, resulting in a tie with the Steelers for the most won by one team in the NFL. Tom Brady is now the only QB with six Super Bowl rings, and Bill Belichick now has eight Super Bowl titles, the most by any NFL head coach.

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