Daily Roundup: Feb. 4

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Feb 4, 2019

Here’s an all-Super Bowl edition of the daily roundup:

  • The Boston Globe’s Ben Volin says Sunday was the Patriots’ best defensive performance in any of their nine Super Bowl appearances.
  • The Rams are on their way to becoming one of Los Angeles’ beloved teams again but it will take time, writes the Los Angeles Times’ Arash Markazi.
  • Julian Edelman winning Supe rBowl MVP is the perfect example of the NFL’s warped priorities, writes USA Today’s Nancy Armour.
  • Of Jared Goff’s 19 incompletions, MMQB’s Robert Klemko says this deep ball to Brandin Cooks is the one he’d want back.
  • Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots have treated football fans to some all-time Super Bowl classics – both in victory and defeat. New England 13, Los Angeles 3 was not one of them, writes Yahoo! Sports’ Dan Wetzel.
  • The Patriots feature a 66-year-old coach and a 41-year-old quarterback in a league that runs on an annually issued supply of 22-year-old college standouts, writes The Wall Street Journal’s Rachel Bachman.
  • It’s time for America to eliminate the hate for the Patriots, and admire the greatest sports dynasty we have ever seen, writes ESPN’s Ian O’Connor.
  • “The best to ever do it.” The Washington Post’s Adam Kilgore on how Bill Belichick outcoached Sean McVay in the Super Bowl.
  • The New England Patriots won again, but not until tom Brady, Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski snapped to life, The New York Times reports. “We were doing so much right, but none of it mattered until the fourth quarter,” Brady said.

 

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