Patriots Parade – 2019 Date, Route, Time, Victory

Patriots Parade Live: The Patriots are gearing up for another Super Bowl parade. New England took home a 13-3 victory over the Rams on Sunday in Super Bowl 53. It has won three of the last five titles and has now won six championships, which puts it in a tie with Pittsburgh for the most in NFL history.

New England is planning to celebrate Tuesday at 11 a.m. ET, according to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.

According to the mayor’s office, the parade will begin on Boylston Street at Hereford Street, in front of the Hynes Convention Center. The duck boats will travel northeast on Boylston past Copley Square, the Public Garden and Boston Common before turning left on Tremont Street and continuing onto Cambridge Street in front of City Hall.

One year later, Brady and his Patriots teammates again rode through the streets of Boston, to the adoration of New England fans.

“In the lead vehicle, Belichick wore his trademark sweatshirt. He was surrounded by team owner Robert Kraft, vice chairman Jonathan Kraft and player personnel director Scott Pioli — each clutching one of the team’s three Vince Lombardi trophies,” reads the story from the Washington Post.

A decade later, the Patriots captured their next Super Bowl victory. According to SB Nation, unlike the previous victory parades, which took place on the Tuesday following the big game, 2015’s Super Bowl parade took place on a Wednesday.

“Mayor Marty Walsh originally announced that the parade would begin Tuesday at 11 a.m. ET at the Prudential Tower and end at City Hall, but weather concerns convinced the city to push the celebration to Wednesday,” SB Nation reported.

Interspersed between parades honoring the Brady-era Patriots victories came those celebrating other Boston world championships. In 2004, the Boston Red Sox captured their first World Series win in 96 years. They followed that up with wins in 2007 and 2013. The 2013 parade was especially sweet for Boston fans, as they rallied behind the cry of #BostonStrong, in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing in April of that year.

The 2020 Super Bowl 54 (LIV) in Miami, Florida

When is Super Bowl 2020? Date, location, odds for Super Bowl 54

The Super Bowl in 2020 will have a different feel compared to the previous three Super Bowls in terms of the host venue. South Florida and Miami, the host city for Super Bowl 54, offers Hard Rock Stadium as the first open-air Super Bowl venue in three years after domed or retractable-roof stadiums hosted the game in Houston, Minneapolis and Atlanta.

With the exception of the threat of rain in South Florida, weather again will not be a factor for the Super Bowl in 2020; at least not cold weather.

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The NFL selected Miami and Hard Rock Stadium as the hosts for the Super Bowl in 2020 because the venue recently went through a renovation project. It will be yet another year in which a Super Bowl has been played in a recently renovated or brand-new stadium.

Here is all you need to know about the 2020 Super Bowl in Miami, including the date to circle on your calendar and updated betting odds.

When is Super Bowl 2020?

Super Bowl 54, also known as Super Bowl LIV, is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. Kickoff time will be determined at a later date.

Every Super Bowl since 2003 has taken place during the first week of February. From 1967-2003, all but one Super Bowl took place in January.

Where is Super Bowl 2020?

For Super Bowl 54 next year, the NFL will return to one of its favorite Super Bowl locations. The Miami area already has hosted 10 Super Bowls, and its 11th will break a tie with New Orleans for the most in the country.

Now called Hard Rock Stadium, the venue the NFL’s Miami Dolphins call home originally was named Joe Robbie Stadium when it opened in 1987. It has been renamed seven times since and has hosted five Super Bowls, with the old Miami Orange Bowl having hosted South Florida’s other five Super Bowls.

Thanks to its most recent renovation project, which was completed in 2016, Hard Rock Stadium will have a new look when the Super Bowl arrives in 2020.

While the stadium’s seating capacity was reduced from 75,000 to 65,000, the renovation that featured new video boards, suites and seating pods was at least one of the reasons the NFL decided to return to Miami for Super Bowl 54.

Super Bowl 2020 odds

(via Bovada; as of Feb. 3, 2019)

Team Super Bowl 54 odds
New England Patriots +700
Los Angeles Rams +700
Kansas City Chiefs +800
Los Angeles Chargers +800
New Orleans Saints +1000
Indianapolis Colts +1000
Chicago Bears +1300
Pittsburgh Steelers +1600
Green Bay Packers +1800
Minnesota Vikings +2000
Dallas Cowboys +2000
Philadelphia Eagles +2000
Atlanta Falcons +3000
Baltimore Ravens +3000
Cleveland Browns +3000
Houston Texans +4000
Seattle Seahawks +4000
San Francisco 49ers +4500
Carolina Panthers +5000
Jacksonville Jaguars +5000
New York Giants +5000
Tennessee Titans +6000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6500
Arizona Cardinals +10000
Buffalo Bills +10000
Cincinnati Bengals +10000
Denver Broncos +10000
Detroit Lions +10000
New York Jets +10000
Oakland Raiders +10000
Washington Redskins +15000
Miami Dolphins +30000

Future Super Bowl locations, host sites

Year Super Bowl host site
2020 South Florida, Hard Rock Stadium, Super Bowl 54
2021 Tampa, Raymond James Stadium, Super Bowl 55
2022 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Stadium, Super Bowl 56
2023 Glendale, University of Phoenix Stadium, Super Bowl 57
2024 New Orleans, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Super Bowl 58

Super Bowl 54 to be held in Miami, Florida.

“Where would you rather be in February, any place in the United States?” “Everybody wants to be in South Florida in February” – and that is why it was an easy choice to award Miami Super Bowl LIV.

Miami will host the NFL’s title game at Hard Rock Stadium in 2020. This will be Miami’s record 11th time hosting the Super Bowl, but for just the first time in a decade.

Super Bowl LIV in Miami |Super Bowl 54 Tickets & Packages & Hotels

Fontainebleau Miami Beach

One of the most iconic luxury hotels and ideally located right on Miami Beach, the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, the #1 hotel in Miami Beach for travel and leisure, features spacious guest rooms and suites with ocean views, a luxurious spa, award-winning restaurants and more.

Situated on oceanfront Collins Avenue right in the heart of Millionaire’s Row, the Fontainebleau Miami Beach is one of the most historically and architecturally significant hotels in the country, blending its iconic design of the glamorous “golden era” with modern luxury. Whether you’re looking to dine at one of the hotel’s award-winning signature restaurants, unwind at the famed two-story spa, relax at one of the 22-acre resorts seemingly endless pools capes, or head out for a night at one of two chic nightlife venues, the Fontainebleau Miami Beach is the perfect spot for Super Bowl 54 visitors in 2020.

Fontainebleau Miami Beach Packages Include

  • Three (3) night deluxe accommodations at Fontainebleau Miami Beach

  • Check in Friday, January 31, 2020 / Check out Monday, February 3, 2020

  • Super Bowl LIV game ticket: Upper Level End Zone (Ticket upgrades available)
  • Admission into the Players Tailgate Super Bowl pre-game party. Tailgate highlights include: Open premium bar, 5-star food menu created by celebrity chefs, 25+ active NFL players in attendance, walking distance to Hard Rock Stadium.
  • Super Bowl gift bag
  • Round trip game day transportation to Hard Rock Stadium

Hotel Victor South Beach Miami Florida

Located directly on Ocean Drive near the Versace Mansion, the Hotel Victor South Beach puts Super Bowl fans right in the heart of all the weekend festivities. The historic property, originally built in 1937, recently completed an expansion that places the hotel in the upper-end of luxury throughout Miami.

There is no better location for the 2020 Super Bowl in Miami than the Hotel Victor, the epicenter of South Beach and Ocean Drive! Sporting the ultimate expression of Miami Beach art and sophisticated design, relax and unwind in a timeless space. A home for the sophisticated traveler who knows what an affordable South Beach luxurious experience is like.

Hotel Victor South Beach Miami Florida Packages Include

  • Three (3) night deluxe accommodations at Hotel Victor South Beach Miami Florida
  • Check in Friday, January 31, 2020 / Check out Monday, February 3, 2020

  • Super Bowl LIV game ticket: Upper Level End Zone (Ticket upgrades available)
  • Admission into the Players Tailgate Super Bowl pre-game party. Tailgate highlights include: Open premium bar, 5-star food menu created by celebrity chefs, 25+ active NFL players in attendance, walking distance to Hard Rock Stadium.
  • Super Bowl gift bag
  • Round trip game day transportation to Hard Rock Stadium

1 Hotel South Beach

This South Beach retreat is inspired by 600-feet of beach on the Atlantic Ocean. Designed for comfort, using reclaimed materials, it is one-of-a-kind, naturally. Truly the best hotel on South Beach. The superlatives that could be used to describe this property are many, including “spacious,” “experiential,” and “tasty” – and don’t forget the 18,000-square-foot fitness center and spa.

1 Hotel Packages Include

  • Four (4) night deluxe accommodations at 1 Hotel South Beach
  • Check in Thursday, January 30, 2020 / Check out Monday, February 3, 2020
  • Super Bowl LIV game ticket: Upper Level End Zone (Ticket upgrades available)
  • Admission into the Players Tailgate Super Bowl pre-game party. Tailgate highlights include: Open premium bar, 5-star food menu created by celebrity chefs, 25+ active NFL players in attendance, walking distance to Hard Rock Stadium.
  • Super Bowl gift bag
  • Round trip game day transportation to Hard Rock Stadium

Super Bowl 2020 odds: Patriots make top-five list of best value picks but don’t check in at No. 1

Did you hear that a Super Bowl was played on Sunday? If you’re just catching up, the Patriots defense put together a master-class against the Rams to win 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII, cashing for gamblers who took the Patriots and the Under.

The Patriots contended all postseason that no one believed in them, but that certainly wasn’t the case last February. In fact, Tom Brady and Co. were the favorites to win Super Bowl LIII at 9-to-2 despite the fact they were coming off a loss to the Eagles, who were second favorites at 6-to-1. The Rams, who fell one win short of the title, checked in at 25-to-1 but quickly rose as the betting market identified them as a great value at that price.

Speaking of values, let’s turn our attention to 2020 and Super Bowl LIV.

The Westgate released their 2020 Super Bowl odds right after the Patriots secured their win on Sunday. And in a bit of surprise, the champions were tied with the Rams and Saints at 8-to-1 for second favorites. Who’s No. 1? The Kansas City Chiefs at 6-to-1, despite falling to the Patriots in this year’s AFC Championship.

Among those favorites, you have to like the Patriots at 8-to-1. What did they show this year that makes you think this run is going to stop anytime soon? But they don’t quite make it to No. 1 in my best value picks for Super Bowl LIV winner.

5. San Francisco 49ers 50/1

The 49ers have been snakebitten by injuries in Kyle Shanahan’s first two seasons, but one of these years he’s going to get 16 games to see what Jimmy Garoppolo can do. He had his team competing with C.J. Beathard and Nick Mullens at quarterback despite injuries up and down the roster, so if the team can get some good health in 2019, maybe they can start to deliver on the hype that had many people tagging them as their sleeper playoff pick heading into the 2018 season.

4. New York Jets 80/1

Are the Jets going to win Super Bowl LIV? No, the Jets aren’t going to win Super Bowl LIV. But you have to like the fact that they have a franchise quarterback in place in the highly-touted Sam Darnold, and though Adam Gase isn’t a first-time hire people are talking about as a candidate to turn around a team like a Doug Pederson, Sean McVay or Matt Nagy, it does feel like his teams overperformed in Miami despite having one hand tied behind his back at times with an oft-injured quarterback. It wouldn’t shock me to see them competing for a wild-card bid, and if you can find a bottom-of-the-barrel team that’s still in the hunt late in the season, that’s all you can ask for.

3. New England Patriots 8/1

The defending champs probably deserve to be at least co-favorites, so in that sense we’re getting some value with them here. The best part is you know they’re going to make the playoffs and be in the mix for a title — they are every year. So if you take them at 8-to-1, you should be leaving your chance at a nice hedging opportunity for two games if they make it to the AFC Championship Game, which they’ve only done eight straight years.

2. Philadelphia Eagles 20/1

Just ahead of this year’s Super Bowl champions are last year’s Super Bowl champions. We have recent proof that the Eagles are capable of winning a Super Bowl, even managing to do so with their backup quarterback. If Carson Wentz gets fully healthy this season, you have to like their chances of getting back to the playoffs. The fact that they have the same odds as the Cleveland Browns, who up until this season hadn’t won more than a game in two years, is staggering. I trust the Eagles to patch up their secondary and make another run much more than I trust the other four teams at 20-to-1.

1. Jacksonville Jaguars 40/1

The Jaguars gave the Patriots a run in last year’s AFC Championship Game, and while many were lauding them as a potential Super Bowl pick in 2019, I thought the Under on their season win total of nine was one of the best futures bets of the season. The main reason? They had a terrible starting quarterback. We know they’re going to do something to try and fix the problem this offseason, whether it’s signing Nick Foles or another quarterback, who would certainly be an upgrade on Bortles, or drafting one of the best quarterbacks in the 2019 prospect class at the top of the first round, who would certainly be an upgrade on Bortles. The Jacksonville defense should be back near the top of the league next season, so if they get even a mid-range NFL starter to lead the offense, they could be a tough out. I love their value as twice as long odds as the two AFC South teams who made it to the playoffs this year, the Texans and Colts.




ST LOUIS (LALATE) – The Patriots Parade Route Live Stream, map, and start time are confirmed. How can you watch the Patriots Parade, what is the start time of the Patriots Victory Parade, and what is the Patriots Pared route? The Patriots Parade Route Live Stream starts shortly. And preparations are being made in the event of poor weather.

The Patriots Parade Route Live Stream start time is 11 am EST today. The parade will be not only feature the team but also poor weather. Officials including Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Police Commissioner William B. Evans are telling fans to dress warm; the temperature is expected to be in the 30s.

The Parade Map is depicted above. The Parade Route has been released to news. It runs from Hynes Convention Center to Boylston Street, then Boston Common to Tremont, and then finishes at City Hall Plaza. The parade will feature 22 duck boats, five flatbed trucks, two photo trucks, and four confetti trucks according to the Mayor’s office.

Street closers are in place. Government Center T station is closed from 9:30 am to the end of the parade. Towing in certain areas has already started and restrictions on parking are in place for Boylston Street, Cambridge Street, Tremont Street, and Congress Street. “Congratulations to the greatest team, the greatest coach & the greatest quarterback of all time on their 5th #SuperBowl victory. #Patriots”, Mayor Walsh tweeted. CBS Boston affiliate WBZ-TV will be live streaming the event. Click HERE for that live stream.

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Super Bowl 2019: Live The leaked TV Air during Super Bowl LIII

Some people watch the Super Bowl for the football. Some people watch the Super Bowl for the halftime show. Some people watch the Super Bowl for the commercials.

If you’re in that last category, welcome to the right place.

It’s become customary in recent years for companies to release their Super Bowl ads online prior to their actual airing during the game. Some may argue that this spoils the mystique and leads to anti-climactic viewing of the commercials, there’s still plenty of interest (and money) in advertising during the big game.

By virtue of being one of the single biggest sporting events each year, the Super Bowl has massive viewership — which also makes it one of the top marketing opportunities for different brands. With that in mind, advertising during the Super Bowl has become somewhat of a sporting event on its own. Brands try to one-up each other with the use of celebrities, humor, talking animals, talking babies, and other bizarre strategies to get people talking.

Here you can find some of the ads that you can expect to air during Super Bowl LIII between the Patriots and Rams on Sunday — which you can stream right here on (Continually updating.)

Pete Blackburn

Super Bowl 2019: What time does Super Bowl 53 start around the world?

We know what time Super Bowl 53 will kick off in the United States on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019. That’s easy.

The AFC champion New England Patriots and the NFC champion Los Angeles Rams will meet at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, at 6:30 p.m. EST, or 5:30 CST, 4:30 MST, 3:30 PST, 2:30 p.m. in Alaska or 1:30 p.m. in Hawaii.

But what about the rest of the world?

The National Football League is fast becoming a global league, and the game will be broadcast overseas in many languages on Super Bowl Sunday.

Or Monday, depending on where you are.

So if you have ever wondered what time the Super Bowl will kick off in London, or Australia, or the Middle East, or China, or anywhere, you have come to the right place. We’ve done the math for you.

Here are a slew of local start times for Super Bowl 53 from around the globe.


Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019

MIDWAY ISLAND: 12:30 p.m.

MEXICO CITY, Mexico: 5:30 p.m.

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina: 8:30 p.m.

LONDON, England: 11:30 p.m.

** Monday, Feb. 5, 2018 **

BERLIN, Germany: 12:30 a.m.

PARIS, France: 12:30 a.m.

PRAGUE, Czech Republic: 12:30 a.m.

ROME, Italy: 12:30 a.m.

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina: 12:30 a.m.

ATHENS, Greece: 1:30 a.m.

CAPE TOWN, South Africa: 1:30 a.m.

CAIRO, Egypt: 1:30 a.m.

HARARE, Zimbabwe: 1:30 a.m.

JERUSALEM, Israel: 1:30 a.m.

BAGHDAD, Iraq: 2:30 a.m.

DOHA, Qatar: 2:30 a.m.

MOSCOW, Russia: 2:30 a.m.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia: 2:30 a.m.

TEHRAN, Iran: 3:00 a.m.

KABUL, Afghanistan: 4:00 a.m.

NEW DELHI, India: 5:00 a.m.

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam: 6:30 a.m.

BEIJING, China: 7:30 a.m.

PYONGYANG, North Korea: 8:00 a.m.

SEOUL, South Korea: 8:30 a.m.

TOKYO, Japan: 8:30 a.m.

SYDNEY, Australia: 10:30 a.m.

Super Bowl 2019: Patriots to face Rams in rematch of the 2002 title game that started New England dynasty

The New England Patriots are heading back to the Super Bowl (stream it right here on for the ninth time in the era of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. The incredible run for coach and quarterback started way back in the 2001 season, when Brady took over for an injured Drew Bledsoe during the second game of the regular season, led the Pats to an 11-3 record in 14 starts then led the team to three consecutive playoff victories (with a little help from Bledsoe in the AFC title game) to capture the Patriots’ first Super Bowl title.

The opponent in that incredible 2002 Super Bowl victory was the St. Louis Rams, who boasted an offense that was better than any in the league. Kurt Warner. Marshall Faulk. Isaac Bruce. Torry Holt. They were damn near unstoppable. They were the Greatest Show on Turf. And the Patriots beat them, 20-17, on a last-second field goal by Adam Vinatieri.

In the ensuing years, the Patriots have become the greatest dynasty in football history. Since 2001, the Patriots have won 220 regular-season games — 32 more than any other team in the league. They have outscored their regular season opponents by 2,645 points — nearly twice as many as the next-closest team. They have won the AFC East an incredible 16 times, including a completely preposterous (and still active) streak of 10 in a row.

They have also had unparalleled playoff success during that time. New England is 29-10 in playoff games since 2001, which is the equivalent of being a 12-win team while playing another playoff team every single week of the season. They have almost twice as many playoff wins as the next closest team (the Steelers, at 15). The Patriots have won five Super Bowls during the Brady-Belichick era, the most recent of them just two years ago. They’ve lost three. No other team has even been to the Super Bowl more than three times during the same stretch since 2001.

On Feb. 3 in Atlanta, the Patriots will try once again for ring No. 6. And they’ll do it against the team that started the run in the first place: the Rams. They’ve moved from St. Louis to Los Angeles and not a single player or coach is left in the organization from the first time around, but it feels perfect to have Brady and Belichick still at the top of their respective games and taking on the same team that sent them on this ride in the first place.

They have to deal with a different, but still potent, Rams offense this time around. It’s once again led by a genius offensive coach, with Sean McVay now playing the role of Mike Martz. It once again features an incredibly talented running back (or two), with Todd Gurley and C.J. Anderson stepping in for Marshall Faulk. They have terrific receivers like Brandin Cooks and Robert Woods filling the roles of Bruce and Holt. And they have stars on defense like Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh and Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters and more.

This one should be a whole lot of fun.

Jared Dubin

CBS Sports Writer



2019 Pro Bowl Live – NFC vs AFC Full Game

2019 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown rosters released

The AFC team features four players from the AFC North: Pittsburgh’s James Conner and everyone’s favorite football ham, JuJu Smith-Schuster, as well as Cleveland’s Denzel Ward and Myles Garrett. NFL greats Jim Kelly and DeMarcus Ware will coach the squad, which also includes Von Miller, Andrew Luck, soon-to-be-retired Kyle Williams, Eric Ebron, Jamal Adams and Deshaun Watson.

On the NFC side, two teams — Chicago and Seattle — are sending two members, with late-addition Mitchell Trubisky joining Akiem Hicks, Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner. The NFC team also features Adam Thielen, Saquon Barkley, Cameron Jordan, Ryan Kerrigan, Mike Evans and new sensation George Kittle. The group is coached by two NFC legends: Emmitt Smith and Brian Urlacher.

The skills competition has featured thrilling events testing the specific skills of football’s greatest players, including catching footballs dropped by remote-controlled drones. This year’s competition — er, showdown — includes the 40 Yard Splash (“a new challenge that puts teamwork to the test as players participate in a football-inspired take on a fire bucket brigade”), Gridiron Gauntlet (a football-inspired relay race), Precision Passing (self-explanatory), Best Hands (you get the drift), and EPIC PRO BOWL DODGEBALL (presented by Skittles).


Pictures: NFL Pro Bowl 2019 week kicks off in Orlando

With the Pro Bowl trophy on display, NFL Senior Vice President of Events Peter O’Reilly delivers remarks as the 2019 Pro Bowl Legacy Captains –former Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals running back Emmitt Smith; former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher; and former Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware– look on during the NFL Pro Bowl Community Legacy kickoff at Ivey Lane Park in west Orlando, Tuesday, January 22, 2018. Join by elected officials and business leaders, local volunteers planted greenery as a part of the community events planned by the NFL during the week leading up to the Pro Bowl game on Sunday, January 27, in Orlando. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)



Patriots vs Rams – 2019 Super Bowl LIII 53

Patriots vs Rams: The dividing wheel is a package, a heavyweight advance. The Kansas City Chiefs will host the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship, and the New Orleans Saints will host the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship next Sunday. We have two explosions and two fun games, and I hope to bring more entertainment next week.

Seeing Patrick Mahomes on Saturday looks like an astute veteran in the bosses’ victory. He did not make touchdown passes, but he made many wonderful pitches, and his three quarters and his side pass quickly became legendary. The Colts had the opportunity to return to the game, but the disagreement between Deeford’s undressing bags prevented them from returning to the game.

They will host a team of Patriots that absolutely destroys the Los Angeles Ray. The two teams exchanged notes to open the game, and then New England escaped by 31 consecutive points and could not touch it. This is his best performance this season and it is appropriate for the Emirates flying at high altitude.

NFC brings two moderately interesting matches, but both are the most popular. The Rams met the Cowboys on Saturday, becoming the first team to have 100 players in the playoffs since the 49ers in 2012. The Cowboys tried to counterattack with the deficit of 23-7 and reduced the lead to 8. They took the ball but They could not do anything and fell to the Rams.

The Saints lost to the Hawks 14-0 in the first quarter, but beat the opponents 20-14. In the final minutes, the Hawks fired at the Nick Falls Magic, but intercepted an interception in two minutes. The saints used their time to move forward.

The NFC Championship is scheduled for 12:05 pm. The PT was held on Sunday, January 20 at Fox, New Orleans. The AFC Championship will be held in Kansas City. It is scheduled for 3:40 p.m. PT is on the same day, but on CBS.

Who is in the 2019 Super Bowl? Rams vs. Patriots starters, rosters, key players

Los Angeles has the glitz, but New England has the legacy.

Now, it’s time for the Rams and Patriots to meet and prove just who belongs as Super Bowl LIII champion.

After a historic day of conference title games, both of which went to overtime, it’s the Los Angeles Rams vs. the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII. On one side, we’ve got new-school stars from the West Coast — hotshot coach Sean McVay, California quarterback Jared Goff and possibly the NFL‘s best running back Todd Gurley. On the other, we’ve got old-school champs from the East Coast — everyone’s favorite villains in Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, who have conquered Father Time over and over again to secure their ninth career Super Bowl appearance.

Super Bowl LIII is Sunday, Feb. 3, in Atlanta and it will air on CBS and streamed here on and the CBS Sports App for free on most connected devices. As we prepare for this year’s fight for the Lombardi Trophy, here’s a rundown of each team’s rosters, starters and key players:

Los Angeles Rams

At the center of the offense for much of an MVP-caliber season, Todd Gurley was curiously limited in the Rams’ NFC Championship win over the Saints, taking just four carries and spending almost the entire third quarter on the sideline. That was despite a 115-yard outing in the Divisional Round. Even so, quarterback Jared Goff probably remains the most vital to Sean McVay’s offense, overcoming a shaky start to lead L.A. back in the Superdome and outplay Drew Brees down the stretch.

In addition to Goff and Gurley, here’s the rest of the Rams’ starting lineup on both sides of the ball, as well as key backups and other players who have seen action in the postseason:

Offensive starters

QB: Jared Goff
RB: Todd Gurley
WR: Brandin Cooks
WR: Robert Woods
WR: Josh Reynolds
TE: Tyler Higbee
LT: Andrew Whitworth
LG: Rodger Saffold
C: John Sullivan
RG: Austin Blythe
RT: Rob Havenstein

Defensive starters

LE: Michael Brockers
NT: Ndamukong Suh
RE: Aaron Donald
OLB: Samson Ebukam
ILB: Mark Barron
ILB: Cory Littleton
CB: Marcus Peters
CB: Aqib Talib
CB: Nickell Robey-Coleman
FS: Lamarcus Joyner
SS: John Johnson III


K: Greg Zuerlein
P: Johnny Hekker
KR: JoJo Natson
PR: JoJo Natson

Key offensive reserves

QB: Sean Mannion
RB: C.J. Anderson
TE: Gerald Everett
OL: Joseph Noteboom, Brian Allen

Key defensive reserves

DE: John Franklin-Myers, Tanzel Smart
DT: Ethan Westbrooks, Sebastian Joseph-Day
LB: Dante Fowler Jr., Ramik Wilson, Matt Longacre
CB: Sam Shields

New England Patriots

There’s no one more famous — or polarizing — than the Patriots’ signal-caller, Tom Brady. Controversies have kept the Patriots’ critics alive for years, but that hasn’t stopped the 41-year-old all-star from racking up title after title. Going for ring No. 6 after a runner-up finish against the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII, Brady has already rewritten the record books and enters this year’s culminating showcase with a familiar supporting cast — one that’s starred Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski for years.

Here’s the rest of the Patriots’ starting lineup on both sides of the ball, as well as key backups and other players who have seen action in the postseason:

Offensive starters

QB: Tom Brady
RB: Sony Michel
WR: Julian Edelman
WR: Chris Hogan
WR: Phillip Dorsett
TE: Rob Gronkowski
LT: Trent Brown
LG: Joe Thuney
C: David Andrews
RG: Shaq Mason
RT: Marcus Cannon

Defensive starters

LE: Trey Flowers
DT: Lawrence Guy
DT: Malcom Brown
RE: Deatrich Wise Jr.
OLB: Kyle Van Noy
MLB: Elandon Roberts
OLB: Dont’a Hightower
CB: Jason McCourty
CB: Stephon Gilmore
FS: Devin McCourty
SS: Patrick Chung


K: Stephen Gostkowski
P: Ryan Allen
KR: Cordarrelle Patterson
PR: Julian Edelman

Key offensive reserves

QB: Brian Hoyer
RB: James White, Rex Burkhead, James Develin
WR: Cordarrelle Patterson, Matthew Slater
TE: Dwayne Allen
OL: LaAdrian Waddle, Ted Karras

Key defensive reserves

DE: Adrian Clayborn, Keionta Davis
DT: Danny Shelton
LB: Brandon King, John Simon, Nicholas Grigsby
CB: Jonathan Jones, J.C. Jackson
S: Duron Harmon


2019 Super Bowl: 5 early things to know about Patriots against Rams

It took every second for the New England Patriots to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game: the Chiefs took the Patriots to overtime despite falling behind 14-0 in the first half. However, Tom Brady and company took care in extra time to set up a meeting with the Los Angeles Rams in two weeks. We will have plenty of content about the reigning NFC West champions, but for right now let’s make sure to get a first impression of the matchup ahead with our five quick things to know about Patriots versus Rams.

Los Angeles was tied for the best record in football this year

The Rams under second-year head coach Sean McVay were able to improve on their 11-5 campaign from a year earlier and finished the regular season at 13-3 — tied for the best record in the league and only losing out for the top seed in the NFC on a tiebreaker against the New Orleans Saints. However, L.A. got the last laugh: the team beat the Saints in the conference championship game earlier today to a) get revenge for their 45-35 loss in week nine, and b) win the NFC with a 26-23 overtime victory.

The Rams have a terrific offense…

A big reason for Los Angeles’ success this season is an offensive attack that averages 32.4 points per game through its first 18 contests. The team does it by being efficient on the ground and productive through the air, ranking in the top-10 in most major statistical categories. The Rams’ balanced attack will present a challenge for a Patriots defense — a unit that looked strong at times against the Chiefs today.

…and it’s not just Todd Gurley

Just like Kansas City, the Rams have plenty of playmakers on offense. The biggest of the group is running back Todd Gurley, who is leading L.A. with 1,962 yards from scrimmage and 23 touchdowns so far this season. However, he is far from the only player worth keeping an eye on: the wide receiver duo of Robert Woods and ex-Patriot Brandin Cooks is one of the best in the business, while quarterback Jared Goff is having a Pro Bowl season in his second year as the full-time starter.

The Rams have plenty of star power on defense

Los Angeles has arguably the best defensive player in the NFL anchoring its D-line — Aaron Donald — and he is far from the only super star in the team’s defensive fold. Ndamukong Suh is having a solid year as are linebacker Cory Littleton and safety Lamarcus Joyner. And while the group was ranked below average in both points (24.0) and yards (358.6) given up per each regular season game, it was outstanding in producing turnovers and keeping the pressure on opposing quarterbacks.

New England will meet some old friends

One member of the Rams’ defense is a former Patriot: cornerback Aqib Talib, who is in his first year with the club. While he had to spend parts of the season on injured reserve due to an ankle issue, he is back in the lineup now as a key rotational player in Los Angeles’ defensive backfield. Talib, of course, is not the only Ram with ties to New England: the aforementioned Brandin Cooks was the Patriots’ number one wide receiver last year before getting traded to Southern California for a first-round draft pick in early 2018.

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NFLPA Bowl 2019 live stream: Start time, TV schedule, and how to watch online

The 2019 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl has got something for everyone. Brazilian kickers. University of Rhode Island quarterbacks. Chuck Pagano.

But, most importantly, the NFLPA Bowl is an opportunity for emerging collegiate talent to show off their skills after a full week of practice with other budding stars. And it’ll keep us all from having to endure our first Saturday without any football since August for at least one more week.

The NFLPA Bowl isn’t ripe with elite talent, but it’ll give executives across the league to beef up their spreadsheets as they target the latter round draft picks that could push their franchises to new heights. Past attendees include Broncos center Matt Paradis, Jets linebacker Avery Williamson, Colts defensive end Denico Autry, Chargers linebacker Jatavis Brown, Rams linebacker Samson Ebukam, and Bears All-Pro Tarik Cohen.

This year, Wisconsin special teams ace Rafael Gaglianone and URI dual-threat quarterback JaJuan Lawson are joined by a wide spread of smaller school standouts and Power 5 standbys. Familiar names this winter include Washington quarterback Jake Browning, Vanderbilt quarterback Kyle Shurmur, and Notre Dame punter Tyler Newsome.

So yeah, there isn’t a lot of star power in Pasadena Saturday, but there’s still a handful of NFL players slotted into rosters filled with college stars. You can check out the full rosters below.

Time, TV, and streaming info


2019 NFLPA Bowl: American roster

Player First Player Last Position School
Joe Anderson OG Ohio University
Calvin Anderson OT University of Texas
Maurice Bibaku Simba OT Concordia University
Nate Brooks CB North Texas
Vyron ‘Shun’ Brown WR University od Arizona
Trevon Brown WR East Carolina University
Nehari Crawford WR Duquesne University
Malik Dorton DE USC
Noah Dawkins MB The Citadel
Brandon Dillon TE Marian University
Patrick Eby LS Columbia University
Javier Edwards DT University of Colorado
Ejodamen ‘E.J.’ Ejiya LB North Texas
Nico Evans RB University of Wyoming
Brian Fineanganofo OT Idaho State University
Rafael Gaglianone K University of Wisconsin
Jamell Garcia-Williams DE University of Alabama-Birmingham
Kemon Hall CB North Texas
Deonte Harris WR/RS Assumption College
Deion Harris CB University of North Dakota
Willie Harvey MB Iowa State
Phillip Haynes OG Wake Forest
Kiy Hester DS Rutgers University
Vitas Hrynkiewicz OC Youngstown State University
Olabisi Johnson WR Colorado State University
Jon’Vea Johnson WR University of Toledo
Marcus Jones FB Gannon University
JaJuan Lawson QB Rhode Island
Joe Lowery OT Ohio University
David Lucero TE UTEP
Lawrence Marshall DT University of Michigan
Jalan McClendon QB Baylor University
Trevon McMillian RB University of Colorado
Jason Moore WR University of Findlay
Mike Onuoha DE Texas A&M Commerce
D’Andre Payne CB Iowa State
Brian Peavy DC Iowa State University
Justice Powers OT University of Alabama-Birmingham
Malik Reed LB University of Nevada
Anree Saint-Armour DE Georgia Tech
Trevon Sanders DT Troy University
John Santiago RB University of North Dakota
Alexander Savard TE Université Laval
Sterling Sheffield MB University of Maine
Joshua Simmons DS Limestone College
Sean Smith P University of Dayton
Silas Stewart LB University of the Incarnate Word
Nathan Trewyn OC University of Wisconsin Whitewater
Shyheim Tuttle DT University of Tennessee
Xavier Ubosi WR UAB
Patrick Vahe OG University of Texas
Aca’ Cedric Ware RB USC
Brandon Watson DS Michigan
Emanuel Wilkins QB Arizona State University
Juwann Winfree WR University of Colorado
Willie Wright OG University of Tulsa
Jalen Young DS Florida Atlantic University

2019 NFLPA Game: National roster

Super Bowl LIII (53) Live – How To Watch 2019 Super Bowl Online

The 2019 playoffs are drawing to an end and it is time for Super Bowl 53 (LIII). Americans overseas and NFL fans from all over the world are itching to tune in and watch the greatest sporting event of all time as it is broadcast live from Atlanta.

This year CBS will have the TV rights to Super Bowl 53, and CBS recently announced that the big game will be streaming for free on Viewers outside the US will need to use a VPN to access the stream. If you want to watch the Super Bowl we recommend because it has fast servers to let you watch all the action as it unfolds live in HD.

When is Super Bowl LIII?

This year’s Super Bowl extravaganza will take place on February 3, 2019, at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

How can I stream the Super Bowl overseas?

Watching the big game should be easy if you are in the US and have a TV or internet connection. However, those traveling outside of the US or cord-cutting will likely run into problems. Also, millions of NFL fans from around the globe are searching for an easy way to find out who will be crowned champions for the 2018 NFL season

If you are located outside of the US, or don’t have a TV broadcast on which to watch the game you can stream the Super Bowl online from anywhere in the world, using a VPN!

  1. Get a subscription to . NordVPN is recommended because it has fast servers in the US and UK that will let you stream the Super Bowl in HD. It also provides exceptional value for money.

  2. Download the VPN software onto your device. will let you install and use the VPN on 5 simultaneous devices. That means you can unblock the Super Bowl on all of them!

  3. Connect to a VPN server in the US (or the UK if you prefer to watch the BBC’s coverage)!

  4. Navigate to CBS Sports to watch all the action live online. “Super Bowl LIII is available live on CBS and streaming via CBS All Access,, and on the CBS Sports app on your phone, tablet, and connected TV devices (Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast).”

Where can I watch Super Bowl 53 online?

If you want to watch the Super Bowl online for free, you are in luck because this year you will have two easy methods for watching the Super Bowl!

Who is the halftime act at Super Bowl 2019

Although most people tune in to watch the big game, the halftime show is also a massive draw! This year the following acts will provide the entertainment:

  • Maroon 5

  • Travis Scott

  • Big Boi

Using a VPN is easy, cheap, and only takes a few minutes to set up on your device. So you have no reason to miss a second of the game or the halftime show! 

Who will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl 53?

This year Jennifer Hudson will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl LIII.

Stream Super Bowl 2019

The best VPN to watch Super Bowl 53 and the NFL playoffs is NordVPN. It provides fast connection speeds, servers in the US and UK for streaming the big game, and strong encryption to stop anybody knowing you unblocked the game. If you have any questions about streaming the Super Bowl online, please contact us below!

Maroon 5 Will Headline NFL Super Bowl Halftime Show 2019

Super bowls 2019 is around the corner. Within a few months, the most popular NFL event will hold in Atlanta Georgia. There are many side attractions. It is not only the wonderful performance of football teams that made spectators remained hooked in their seats; it is the halftime performance. This aspect of the event is thrilling and many people even prefer it to the main event of the day, which is the super bowls competition.

Fans wait eagerly for the event and many of them are seriously speculating on who would make it to the halftime show. If you check the internet, you discover that voting is ongoing as to which of the stars fans want to become part of the NFL event.

Several celebrities’ fans are launching serious online campaign to make their master feature in the halftime. Those who make such support always have wonderful reasons for supporting such a celebrity. It appears that event organizers consider these petitions before they make a final selection as to which of the stars will become part of that event.

Already several celebrities, performers, and musicians of note are mentioned as the possible halftime time performers. The final choice as to which celebrity to perform at halftime is always made by the organizers of the event.

The event will hold on February 3rd 2019 and it will hold at the popular Mercedes Benz Stadium, which is located in Atlanta. Several Kelly Clarkson supporters are mounting campaign to have him perform at halftime. They want the original America Idol album played live at the event.

Plenty of performers are being campaigned for by their fans. Some of the performers that could make it to the event include Rihanna, Pink, BTS, Jenifer Lopez, Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift, Mariah Carey, as well as Ariana Grande. The numbers are many. The most popular if the online vote is to count in making the final choice is the K-Pop boy.

The fact remains that there are hundreds of performers and artists who are supposed to make it to that event by holding in the Mercedes Benz Stadium. Many people believe that it would be an opportunity for Taylor Swifts to shine. Some stars who are serious about staging a comeback will like to be given a chance to prove their worth again. People believe that stars like Janet Jackson want to bounce back.

Many Americans are also calling for rappers like Drake of Jay-Z to become part of the halftime show. Many fans who want to spend the evening dancing will prefer the presence of Jenifer Lopez and Rhinna. These people will heat up the venue, because of the wonderful dance. The number of suggestions is a clear indicator that many people are ready for the event. Good performers will like to be given the opportunity to show case themselves. Before the event begins proper, the list will be ready and this could reduce the tension as to who would perform or not. The truth is that many performers and artists are good for the event.

Rams vs Saints Football Game Live – NFC championship in New Orleans

The Rams and Saints, as the two best teams in the NFC should, will play for the conference championship Sunday. Top-seeded New Orleans earned the right to host the penultimate playoff game by beating second-seeded Los Angeles at the Superdome back in Week 9.

Not much separated the teams’ high-flying, balanced offenses in the first meeting. The Rams finished the regular season as the higher-scoring offense overall, ranked second in the NFL with 32.9 points per game. But the Saints were right behind them at 31.5 points per game. The Rams ranked No. 3 in rushing offense; the Saints were No. 6.

There was a bigger difference on the other side of the ball. The Saints ranked No. 14 in both total and scoring defense, including No. 2 against the run. The Rams were No. 19 in total, No. 20 in scoring and No. 23 against the run.

In just their second year together as Rams coach and quarterback, Sean McVay and Jared Goff are looking to advance to their first Super Bowl. Saints counterparts Sean Payton and Drew Brees are looking for a chance to win their second Super Bowl over the past 10 seasons.

Although the QBs are on the marquee, the Rams’ Todd Gurley and C.J. Anderson and the Saints’ Alvin Kamara and Mark ingram are red-hot rushing duos working behind elite offensive lines. Defensively, linemen Aaron Donald and Cameron Jordan lead star-studded casts.

Given the volume of playmakers backed by great coaching, there’s no reason this sequel in the Superdome can’t be even more compelling than the original. Here is how Sporting News’ NFL experts think the game will play out.

Rams vs. Saints: Picks, odds for NFC championship game

  • Date, time: Sun., Jan 20, 3:05 p.m. ET
  • Location: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La.
  • TV: FOX
  • Odds: Saints -3.5; Total: 57

Vinnie Iyer: Offense has been the calling card for both the Saints and the Rams, but this game will come down to which team can play better defense. Los Angeles faces a much tougher run defense in New Orleans than the one it saw against, while the Saints get a much more favorable matchup for Kamara and Ingram.

The Saints’ secondary, which played well against the Eagles, also gets a break, as the Rams this time will be without Cooper Kupp, a key receiving factor in the first game. Meanwhile, the Rams’ corners should be having nightmares about Brees’ go-to guy, Michael Thomas. Thomas posted 12 catches for 211 yards against them in Week 9 and just burned the Eagles for 12 catches for 171 yards.

McVay’s team will move the ball with Gurley, Robert Woods and former Saint Brandin Cooks, but the coach can’t cover up his team’s numerous defensive deficiencies away from Donald. The Saints are solid and deep on every level, even after the big blow of losing tackle Sheldon Rankins in the divisional round.

Los Angeles and New Orleans match each other for the most part on offense and special teams, but give Brees the edge over Goff at QB, and the Saints will play better situational defense. The Superdome crowd also will provide a big boost as the Saints march on to that other Mercedes-Benz venue in Atlanta.

Pick: Saints, 38-30