Patriots 2019 Super Bowl Champions?

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The Patriots are looking like a lock to win Super Bowl LIII. Although there are two teams remaining in the league the Patriots are the hottest team in the NFL. After dismantling the Chargers with ease, and beating the high powered Chiefs offense, as they were able to contain them for one half completely shutting the Chiefs out, and kept up with the high scoring pace. It is looking like there is not a team the Patriots will not be prepared to face.

This shouldn’t come as a shock as they have the greatest coach of all time on their side in Bill Belichick who emphasizes above all that preparation is the recipe for success. He is often quoted saying “football games are won before players even step on the field.” Belichick models his coaching strategy from Sun Tzu’s “Art of War”, which famously quotes “every battle is won before it begins”. With the Patriots coming off a loss in Super Bowl LII and all the noise of their incredible rule over the NFL coming to an end, only motivates the Patriots. They are the most dangerous team in the league and have been for the past two decades.

The Rams lead by the NFL’s youngest head coach in Sean McVay along with a young and inexperienced roster headlined by Jared Goff and Todd Gurley, it seems that Brady and Belichick’s 6th ring isn’t too far from their grasp. With two weeks to prepare for a young team, it seems like the Patriots are a safe bet to win their 6th Super Bowl in franchise history which would tie for the most in NFL history along with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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