The Patriots vs. Rams Super Bowl that started a dynasty deserves a deep rewind
- Published: 02 February 2019
- It’s February 3rd, 2002. The Louisiana Superdome plays host to Super Bowl 36 where the St. Louis Rams and New England Patriots are tied at 17. With seven seconds left, Adam Vinatieri is lining up from 48-yards out to wrap this up and not give the Rams a chance in overtime.
While it all comes down to one kick, this season has been anything but straight forward. Which naturally means the underdog Patriots have the power to knock off the Rams who entered tonight as a two-touchdown favorite. But it’s not that simple - it wouldn’t be fun if it was. So to remember how we got to this point, let’s rewind.
Written and produced by Will Buikema
Directed and edited by Alex Hawley
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