- New England strike late in lowest scoring Super Bowl ever
- Edelman (10 catches, 141 yards) wins Most Valuable Player
- Patriots move level with Steelers for most Super Bowl titles
- Photo gallery: best shots from the game and halftime show
And so the Patriotsarchy continues. New England, seemingly impervious to age, controversy and the best efforts of their opponents have won their sixth title in 18 years, an extraordinary achievement in a league built for parity. That their 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in history will matter little to their fans, or the fiercely competitive Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. Indeed, the fact that many watching at home did not appreciate the Patriots’ defensive masterclass will probably make victory sweeter for a team that thrives on the antipathy of others.