Devin McCourty may retire if Patriots win Super Bowl

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Seattle Seahawks quarterback and Uber pitchman Russell Wilson asked in a video shared by the company, referring to the free rides - and his last-minute Super Bowl-losing interception against the Patriots in 2015.

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Brandin Cooks has reportedly paid for a team custodian and his son to go on an all expenses paid trip to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta this upcoming weekend.

Goff didn't hesitate to answer. "But I think that he's definitely not the same quarterback he was", the 27-year-old told the sports website. Explaining that he wasn't even meant to cover Lewis on the play and did the only thing he could to prevent a huge play for the Saints, the cornerback added: "I just know I got there before the ball got there". The meeting between the two franchises comes 17 years after Brady lead the Pats to victory over the Rams in Super Bowl XXXVIl - a matchup that launched a dynasty in New England that's still going strong almost two decades later.

Brady believes that when he's felt like he's 'had enough, ' that will mark the end.

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Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Patriots will try to notch their sixth title in 18 years in mere days in Super Bowl LIII, and this year's edition looks a lot like the Super Bowl that started the whole dynasty. "I never liked New England", he said. "And I think that's where I was at before, and that's still where I'm at now".

Gurley's best opportunities Sunday might come in the passing attack, against a Patriots defense that has struggled at times to cover backs.

"Patriots all day", Gordon said. "I don't quite feel like that yet".

On Sunday, February 3, the Rams take on the New England Patriots in pursuit of the franchise's fourth National Football League championship.

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