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the New England Patriots won their sixth Super Bowl title in Atlanta on Sunday beating the Los Angeles rams thirteen to three it was the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history a game that started slow and kept a glacial pace for the first three quarters but the victory puts the patriots in a record high with the Pittsburgh Steelers for number of NFL championship wins it was also a personal triumph for Tom Brady who at forty one became the oldest quarterback to win a Super Bowl title this time without a touchdown and bill Belichick became the oldest coach to take home the Vince Lombardi trophy at sixty six the game was largely a defensive slug fest that left critics complaining that neither team was living up to its reputation kicker Stephen Gostkowski finally scored with a forty two yard field kick before halftime after the break the rams answered with their own field goal bringing the score to three to three the standoff was broken in the fourth quarter when Brady delivered a twenty nine yard pass into the hands of rob Gronkowski setting up a touchdown run by Sony missile the rams looked ready to hit right back but with only four minutes to go throw from rams quarterback Jared Goff was intercepted at the four yard line that let the patriots run down the clock and they topped off their lead with a forty one yard kick from Gostkowski the MVP trophy went to patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman nicknamed the squirrel the speedy and under size thirty two year old was Brady's most reliable target catching ten of the twelve passes thrown his way for a hundred and forty one yards this year's half time show was a story of its own attracting controversy well before maroon five took the field according to media reports some stars had turned down invitations to perform in protest of the NFL's treatment a former quarterback Colin Kaepernick in the end Adam Levine and his band led the show along with Travis Scott and Big Boy one half of the hip hop duo outkast a performance that critics said was just as exciting as the first half of the game