A defensive stalemate ended with Tom Brady and the New England Patriots hoisting their sixth Lombardi Trophy on Sunday in a 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams.
The Patriots took the lead, 10-3 on a 2-yard touchdown run by rookie running back Sony Michel late in the fourth. The Pats iced the game with a short field goal by Stephen Gostkowski, going up 13-3, with 1:12 left to play.
The game featured the longest touchdown scoring drought in Super Bowl history.
The only other offense came on a pair of field goals.
Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein kicked a 53-yard field goal late in the third quarter to tie the game.
The Patriots scored after Gostkowski kicked a 42-yard field goal in the first half.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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